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  • Wisconsin Life: Basket Weaver

    Tina Fung Holder from Washburn specializes in basket weaving with native materials she collects on her walks, transforming them into cordage, frames and basketry.

    Insights from the 1918-19 Global Influenza Epidemic

    For University Place, Peter Shult and Thomas Haupt discuss lessons learned from the 1918-1919 flu epidemic.

  • Wild and Scenic Rivers: An American Legacy

    For University Place, Tim Palmer chronicles the history of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968.

    Say It Loud

    In this new PBS Digital Studios series, hosts Evelyn Ngugi and Azie Dungey explore the question: Are you "Black" or "African American?"

  • Why Does Sarah McLachlan's 'Angel' Sound So Sad?

    Someone grab the tissues. What is it about a sad song that makes it sound sad?

    PBS NewsHour

    Why we should think differently about classical music.

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Join host Angela Fitzgerald to celebrate what makes Wisconsin unique through the diverse stories of its people.