10thirtysix -Stories of Our Pandemic
Each of us has been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Almost overnight, our world has changed. In this unprecedented and extraordinary time, Milwaukee PBS has featured personal stories from our hosts and producers, stories of impact across our community, and stories of “Milwaukee’s Helper’s” – those going above and beyond to help people cope, stay well, and survive this crisis. 10thirtysix: Stories from Our Pandemic will share these stories of health, help, and hope - stories of our friends and neighbors - Thursday, April 9 at 7:30pm.
Around the Corner with John McGivern
These reclaimed downtown areas are the newest old neighborhoods in Milwaukee. The Deer District is basically all new and is now home to Fiserv Forum, the entertainment district and brand new condos and apartments. The Brewery District is basically old buildings that used to brew Pabst beer, but now brew new beers and house all sorts of businesses and residents. Milwaukee PBS is on 8th and Highland. We have literally lived through the construction of these two “new” neighborhoods, and we are so happy to have such exciting, new neighbors. But sorry, Brewery District – we think “Beer & Deer” is gonna stick!
Outdoor Wisconsin -Hunting Dog Training Tips
Outdoor Wisconsin ends its' 36th season with hunting dog training tips from Bluegrass Kennels. We follow-up on the renovations to a century-old barn damaged by a severe storm. And Elizabeth Cramer meets Traci Lynn Martin before her 2nd attempt to circumnavigate all five Great Lakes by kayak.
The Arts Page revisits some local arts. The WhiskeyBelles are an all-female trio crafting a country, folk, and Americana sound that's uniquely their own. The Milwaukee Ballet's artistic director Michael Pink and Jayne Pink share the legacy and impact of a dance company celebrating its 50th anniversary. Watch chalk artists at work during the Museum of Wisconsin Art's annual Art & Chalk Fest.
Black Nouveau tells stories of triumph and transformation in Milwaukee's African American community through profiles and interviews of the city's change makers. The program airs monthly and is hosted by veteran reporter and Milwaukee native Joanne Williams.
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+.