Meet Earl Arms
Earl Arms joins the Black Nouveau team as the host. Producer Alexandra Mack gives us a chance to meet Earl and find out what brought him to Milwaukee PBS.
BLACK NOUVEAU host Earl Arms sits down with Claire Woodall-Vogg, Executive Director of the City of Milwaukee Election Commission about voting and absentee voting in the November 2020 election. Woodall-Vogg offers information on how to ensure your vote is counted. Also, Alexandria Mason talks with young voters about their specific issues and concerns, and James Causey talks with historian Reggie Jackson about the history of voter suppression.e recent Marquette University Law School poll.
Around the Corner - Caledonia & Wind Point
Caledonia and Wind Point cover a lot of ground in southeast Wisconsin. This big area is home to big animals (like Libby’s horses and JoDon Farm’s camels), and big companies (Norco, for one), big bugs (grown at the SC Johnson Institute of Insect Science for Family Health yikes!) and a big Wurlitzer organ (under a small house no kidding!). It’s also home to people with big talent (especially Bill Reid and Sherry Lou) and places of big beauty (the Wind Point Light House and The Prairie School, just to name a few). There’s big fun to be had (surfing and kickball), and you can satisfy your big taste buds (at Sebastian’s). Yep. Caledonia and Wind Point are a big deal!
Outdoor Wisconsin - Thresheree Festival
Outdoor Wisconsin visits a thresheree festival at the Richfield Historical Park. Elizabeth Cramer enjoys a holiday concert at Cave of the Mounds. Dan Small prepares a pheasant for a variety of recipes and then heads back to Hixton Silver Mounds to look at Gene Hynek’s collection of prehistoric artifacts.
We learn students in the Culinary Arts program at Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) want to transform themselves into culinary professionals. Step into the kitchen labs as they learn the basics--from how to hold their knife, to knife cuts, to egg cookery.
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Host John McGivern takes you around Wisconsin for Next Avenue. Learn about topics of interest to people 55+.