MATC Geoscience Instructor Mike Cape fills us in on some facts about Lake Michigan which are as amazing as the views themselves.
If you are looking for a way to relax today then check out this segment on alpacas. These animals are known to be gentle and calm and just watching them is soothing!
Kavon Cortez Jones finds inspiration around the state and then writes about it in the form of poetry. He did a personal reading for My Wisconsin Backyard.
In this “My Wisconsin Backyard” exclusive, aerial artist Chris Michalski invites us along Lake Michigan’s shorelines as he flies above the gentle guardians that stand silently in their post until called into service.
You see them all over this time of the year but have you ever wondered how pumpkins are grown here? In our first My Wisconsin Backyard “Drone Extra” we talk to an expert on the ground about this and show you a unique perspective from up above.
Kubb is a lawn game played regularly in Sweden where siblings Anna and Marcus Hagström attend college. Just before they left Shorewood to go back there they took the time to tell us more about the game and how it is played.
Street art is popping up all over town, it’s all outside and free to look at. We talked to some local artists to find out more about how their work is energizing the community.
Most people wouldn’t think to call their local county parks forestry department to ask for permission to use leftover scrap wood from a tree removal. One local neuropsychologist does however and considers it an art. He makes no money from it but says the benefits are priceless.
A native of Franklin, Wisconsin, Jenny Crain followed her brother, Peter, into competitive running. She competed in Track and Field in the US Olympic Trials in 1996 as a distance runner. On August 21, 2007, while on a training run for her fourth Olympic Marathon Trials, Crain was hit by an automobile. She suffered aContinue reading “Jenny Crain”