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Got grapes?
Meet two Wisconsin residents who have entered the international wine scene without leaving the state

Wine importer Gerry Keogh often finds himself shooting the breeze with everyday people who are captivated by his trade. For Keogh, it’s just part of the job. Today, more than ever, people outside of the industry can’t stop talking about wine. Those in Wisconsin are no exception. More...

An a-maize-ing energy alternative
Corn comes off the cob and into your fuel tank.
Hudson splits its seams
Why everyone wants to live in a small town--until the small town gets big

The story of one man, the face of 200,000
Wrongly convicted in 1973, Maurice Carter spent decades confined to a prison cell before the Wisconsin Innocence Project helped set him free, nearly 29 years later

In the modest living space of a rundown Gary, Indiana home, they gathered: Doug Tjapkes, Reverend Al Hoksberger and Elizabeth "Mama" Fowler. A Mother’s Day tradition, they piled in the crowded room, bearing gifts, and hoping to bring happiness to an aging woman whose health was failing. More...

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photo courtesy of Anne Shapiro
Photo courtesy of Lauren Reinhalter
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Hollywood, Wisconsin
New bill creates incentives for filmmakers to capture life and scenery in the Dairy State
Ahead of the curve
Learning Laboratory Institute broadens educational horizons for Milwaukee youth
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