Before the role of Aidan Waite on the show Being Human, or Doomsday on Smallville, Sam Witwer was a roleplaying, sci-fi loving, bass slapping, trench coat wearing punk from the northern suburbs of Chicago.Read More
Founder of Serve to Unite & Sikh Temple President Pardeep Singh Kaleka joins the podcast. He talks about how Serve to Unite was formed in the aftermath of the 2012 Sikh Temple Shooting, his upbringing as an immigrant in Milwaukee and what we can do to make the city and the world a better place.Read More
To describe D.A. Wallach in one word is impossible. One sentence? Near impossible. In one podcast? You be the judge. While attending Harvard University, D.A.’s newly formed band, Chester French, made a bold decision to stop playing shows. Instead, they got jobs at the university’s studio, learned the trade, and made a record. This decision lead to a bidding war between Kanye West and Pharrell Williams, touring the world, a 2nd record, a cameo in the movie La La Land and his current passion, investing in the sciences. Above all of these accomplishments, D.A. is incredibly kind and enjoyable to be with.Read More
Okanjo & Vibrant Body Company founder, media entrepreneur Mike Drescher joins us on the podcast. We discuss how he got his start, how he scaled and sold his first company, his acting career, new ventures and more.Read More
Most assume the musician touring lifestyle is a dream, even glamorous at times. What people often don’t realize is the tremendous amount of sacrifice it requires, and even more so if the artist has a family. Miles Nielsen knows this sacrifice all too well, both as a father and as the son of Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen. Join Mike and Miles as they discus this lifestyle, why they do it, and how to make the most of it.Read More
Through work with theologian/author Christopher West, Mangione has gotten to know many religious public figures. He sat with Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann to learn more about who the spiritual leader is, his journey through experiencing tragedy, his church community, and the power of his faith.Read More
Katherine Wilson, executive director of the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion, talks about her start in a small Wisconsin town, the dangers of polarization and the importance of humanizing others, or “starting off with stories and values.”Read More
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Join Rock the Green for
Join Rock the Green for the 7th Annual (and FREE) Earth Day Celebration Presented by Milwaukee Riverkeeper at Picnic Area 8 in Estabrook Park. The #EarthDay celebration is a great way to learn about eco-friendly opportunities and support the community in its environmental efforts. Milwaukee Riverkeeper is proudly hosting their 23rd Annual Spring River Cleanup with nearly 4,000 volunteers joining together across the Milwaukee River Basin to pick up trash, get outdoors, and help to achieve swimmable, fishable rivers. Clean up Volunteers and the Community may join the free 7th Annual Rock the Green Earth Day Celebration. Featuring a live concert by Evan Christian on a pedal powered stage provided by The Velo Femmes, Black Girls Do Bike and Cadence Cycling Milwaukee.
(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm CST
4400 N. Estabrook Dr., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212
Community Advocates Public Policy Institute
Community Advocates Public Policy Institute will host a special night at the Milwaukee Public Museum featuring keynote speaker Richard Rothstein, author of the The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, a finalist on the long list for the National Book Award for nonfiction in 2017. To provide a local perspective on housing segregation in Milwaukee, the evening’s special guest will be Milwaukee historian Reggie Jackson, Head Griot of America’s Black Holocaust Museum.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
Milwaukee Public Museum
800 W Wells St, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233
Professor Kim is an internationally
Professor Kim is an internationally recognized expert on Korea and inter-Korean developments and serves on the steering committee of the international peace organization Women Cross DMZ. At UWM, she directs the Public History Program and has taught courses on modern Korea and the global history of the Korean War. An alumna of Princeton and UC-Berkeley, she recently published a timely book, Memory, Reconciliation, and Reunions in South Korea: Crossing the Divide (2017), about meetings between family members separated by the Korean divide and the role of public memory in the Korean peace process. The teach-in panel will also include Rev. PyungAhn “Pastor Peace” Kim, Associate Pastor at Whitefish Bay United Methodist Church; Jim Carpenter and Pam Richard of Peace Action Wisconsin; and others.
(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm CST
United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay
819 E Silver Spring Dr, Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin 53217