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Tawsif Anam is nationally published writer, and an award-winning public policy professional and speaker. He is an immigrant from Bangladesh, and now a United States citizen.Tawsif Anam’s writings have appeared in USA Today, Washington Examiner, The Washington Times, The Boston Globe, The Western Journal, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin State Journal, The Capital Times, and more.Tawsif comments on a wide range of topics, ranging from current affairs in politics ...
 
More often than we’d like to believe, people get away with murder. As cases grow cold, cops retire. Witnesses die. Evidence disappears. Unsolved, a true crime podcast series from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, guides listeners through these real-life mysteries, uncovering new clues along the way. Season three of Unsolved tells the story of Father Alfred Kunz, whose throat was slit inside St. Michael School in 1998. Some believe his death was linked to his battles against evil. Others believ ...
 
Art City is the name of Mary Louise Schumacher's column and online journal about visual art, the urban landscape and design for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. It is also a community of writers, artists, curators, designers and architects, as well as a platform for dialogue. You can expect to hear from some of them on the show.
 
You've spent weeks preparing for your draft. You've studied cheat sheets, scanned the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette looking for local coverage, and even placed a few late night calls to Dr. James Andrews to check up on Ronnie Brown?s knee. You've drafted RBs in rounds one and two and taken the best available WR in round three. Your TE catches balls from Tony Romo. But just when you're feeling good about yourself, just when you think this might be the year you win ...
 
There is nothing more dangerous than an educated voter. The Vote 2018 Election Podcast will give you the insight you need to make an informed decision at the polls this year. We'll take you state to state to learn about all of the biggest upcoming races in the 2018 mid-term election year, hearing from political journalists from all over the nation for a fact-based discussion about our upcoming races. We provide the information, you make the decision. #VOTE2018
 
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Corbin Burnes and Josh Hader teamed on the first Brewers no-hitter in 34 years, and what a crazy night. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Brewers reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe ruminate on the achievement, the catch by Lorenzo Cain, the decision to work Hader in the ninth and Burnes' elevated place in the Cy Young conversation. Plus, an early …
 
S.3 E.1 The total spending on health care in America is over 17 percent of the GDP. With health care being such a huge part of our lives, it is essential to have a population with high health literacy. In this episode, I discuss what health literacy means and why it is important for the people of the United States of America. WWW.TAWSIFANAM.NET…
 
In one of their worst opening losses in team history, the Packers looked like they were coming off a 4-12 season, not back-to-back NFC Championship games. Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood try to explain all the things that went wrong in the team's 38-3 loss to the New Orleans Saints and figure out where they go from here.…
 
As the Green Bay Packers prepare to open the season against the New Orleans Saints in Jacksonville, co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood analyze everything from the oppressive heat the two teams will face to what new defensive coordinator Joe Barry's defense might look like in this episode of the Green 19 podcast.…
 
On September 7th we welcomed Rotarian Chris Kolenda, founder of Strategic Leaders Academy and former Senior Advisor on Afghanistan and Pakistan under the Secretary of Defense. The war in Afghanistan has become one of the biggest foreign policy failures in American history. Chris, author of Zero-Sum Victory: What We're Getting Wrong About War addres…
 
On August 31st we welcomed Glenn Reid, CEO of Marathon Machines. Glen is a veteran Silicon Valley engineer / entrepreneur who has built many iconic products including iMovie and iPhoto at Apple, where he reported directly to Steve Jobs. His first job after college was at Adobe when it was a startup with 25 people, and has founded seven companies. H…
 
The Packers are a very healthy team going into their season opener against the New Orleans Saints, but one player whose status remains up in the air is OLB Za'Darius Smith. He returned to practice Monday and co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood offer their takes on whether he'll play and how the Packers are approaching their trip to Jacksonville.…
 
With the Ryan Braun bobblehead giveaway Sunday, JR Radcliffe and Curt Hogg look back at the illustrious career Braun had, highlighting eight moments or elements that made Braun's tenure in Milwaukee special. Of course, we also have to talk a little bit about Daniel Vogelbach, whose walk-off grand slam Sunday was the first for a Brewers player since…
 
Brewers beat reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe look back at an average week on paper, but nonetheless one that put the Brewers even closer to a playoff spot. How will Aaron Ashby be used in the postseason? What about Brett Anderson? What type of roster additions will get made in September? What's the injury situation for guys like Escobar,…
 
The Green Bay Packers will have to be at the 53-man roster limit at 3 p.m. Tuesday and we take one last look at some of the decisions they'll need to make. We also say farewell to Olivia, who is moving on to greener pastures - and a different sport -- after a sterling tour at PackersNews.By Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
 
On August 24th we welcomed Peggy Williams-Smith, CEO and President of VISIT Milwaukee. Peggy is responsible for promoting Milwaukee as an attractive travel destination and enhancing its public image as a dynamic place to live, work and visit. She also serves as the key spokesperson, ensuring ongoing and active communication with all tourism industr…
 
On August 17th we welcomed Geeta Sankappanavar, the Co-founder of ESG Financial Inc. Most recently, Geeta served as President & co-founder of Grafton Asset Management, a ~$1B energy investment firm based in Calgary Alberta, where she was responsible for strategy, oversight and execution of all Grafton’s business and operating units. Prior to co-fou…
 
The Brewers had another strong week, but injuries have returned to spoil the fun. Brewers beat reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe discuss that and more after another 4-2 week of baseball. What's up with Freddy Peralta, Tyrone Taylor and Eduardo Escobar? We've hit another "Is Christian Yelich back?" segment of the season. What role is Aaron …
 
Wearing lucky No. 7, free agent quarterback Kurt Benkert raised eyebrows with a strong performance against the New York Jets in Week 2. Was it a mirage or is he an NFL QB? Olivia Reiner, Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood of PackersNews.com debate the future of the young quarterback.By Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
 
Packers coach Matt LaFleur doesn't want to risk further injury to quarterback Jordan Love's right shoulder, so he sat him out of joint practices with the New York Jets and will probably sit him out against the Jets Saturday afternoon. Ryan Wood joins co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein in assessing what the missed snaps might mean for Love.…
 
The Milwaukee Brewers won six of seven games last week and still have an eight-game lead in the National League Central. Is this team a lock for the playoffs, even as Cincinnati begins a favorable stretch of its schedule? Brewers reporter Tom Haudricourt and host JR Radcliffe ponder that question as well as the sensational outing by Corbin Burnes. …
 
With over 20+ years of experience finding solutions to complex problems, increasing engagement, economic development, and awareness for organizations, Jeremy Fojut has been active in numerous projects around Milwaukee. Jeremy will address how he applies unique approaches to his work, as well as introduce to Rotary his newest venture, The Like|Minde…
 
The Packers learned a lot about QB Jordan Love in their first exhibition game, but they might not see him on the field again for a week due to a right shoulder injury he suffered on a first-half sack against the Houston Texans. Co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein welcome Ryan Wood and the three share thoughts on Love and other notable perfor…
 
The Green Bay Packers open the exhibition season Saturday night against the Houston Texans at Lambeau Field and while most of the attention will be on QB Jordan Love, co-hosts Tom Silverstein, Olivia Reiner and Ryan Wood identify some other players who will be worth watching.By Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
 
COVID reached the starting rotation and left the Brewers scrambling on their pitching staff for the forthcoming road trip. Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt and host JR Radcliffe sort it out. Is Aaron Ashby going to get a second start? Should Brewers fans be nervous about the surging Reds, particularly after a couple clumsy plays cost Milwaukee…
 
COVID-19 has created a carousel of personnel for the Brewers, and yet the team finds itself in the best place it's been all season. Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt and host JR Radcliffe look at the NL Central leaders with less than two months to go. Did the Brewers do enough at the trade deadline relative to their chief NL competitors? When d…
 
On July 20th, Craig Gilbert will addressed Wisconsin’s national importance in the 2022 mid-terms and the key election fights that will shape the state’s political future. He will also share some insights from more than three decades on the beat about the great puzzle of Wisconsin politics: how a state can remain perpetually up for grabs amid dramat…
 
Host JR Radcliffe is joined by special guest Matt Velazquez, former Journal Sentinel Bucks writer and a student of the salary-cap minutiae, to weigh in on Milwaukee's initial foray into free agency. Bobby Portis is staying and P.J. Tucker is leaving, and both count as surprises. Is it possible Portis staying impacted Tucker's plight? What factors a…
 
The Brewers started with a bang out of the all-star break, then laid consecutive eggs against a last-place team. Brewers reporter Tom Haudricourt and host JR Radcliffe look at the looming trade deadline (specifically how good Kris Bryant would look on this roster), the value Eric Lauer has brought to the table, how things might change when players …
 
The Milwaukee Bucks are the 2021 NBA champion. Has it sunk in yet? Bucks reporter Jim Owczarski and host JR Radcliffe examine Milwaukee achieving the dream, winning a title with a Game 6 victory over the Phoenix Suns. Giannis delivers perhaps his signature performance; where does this escalate him in the basketball pantheon? In addition to the take…
 
Bucks beat reporter Jim Owczarski and host JR Radcliffe get you set for that incredible opportunity in Game 6 on Tuesday night. Jim looks back at that alley-oop from Jrue Holiday to Giannis. Why was Game 5 different when the Suns took an early lead? Is Mike Budenholzer's future for sure locked down in Milwaukee? Have the Suns been playing a little …
 
Brewers beat reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe give the lay of the land as the Brewers open the second half of the MLB season, starting with a massive series in Cincinnati. Freddy Peralta was awesome in the all-star game; could he wind up being this team's ace by the end of the year? Could Christian Yelich's power struggles relate back to …
 
Thanks to some 40-point performances from Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton, plus a block that will live forever, the Bucks battled back from a 2-0 deficit to tie the NBA Finals with the Phoenix Suns. Host JR Radcliffe and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Jim Owczarski discuss how the block could ultimately frame the legacy of Antetokoun…
 
The Milwaukee Bucks are facing a 2-0 deficit in the NBA Finals against the Phoenix Suns; can they get back into the series at Fiserv Forum, starting Sunday? Bucks beat reporter Jim Owczarski and host JR Radcliffe look at the struggles of Jrue Holiday and Khris Middleton on offense, the adjustments that were made (yes, they DID make adjustments) fro…
 
The Milwaukee Brewers just went on an 11-game winning streak with the offense pounding out 7.6 runs per game. What in the world? Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt joins host JR Radcliffe to discuss what led to the Brewers' thrilling run and even looks back at Haudricourt's own memories of Team Streak in 1987 (it was Haudricourt who gave that te…
 
Former Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Bucks beat reporters Matt Velazquez and Charles Gardner join host JR Radcliffe and current scribe Jim Owczarski to preview the NBA finals and look at the organizational evolution to this historic achievement. They revisit the astonishing 2013 trade for Khris Middleton. Should Mike Budenholzer have been on the hot s…
 
They actually did it! Without star Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee won twice against the Atlanta Hawks and triumphed in the Eastern Conference finals, 4-2, to earn its first NBA finals berth since 1974. Bucks reporter Jim Owczarski and host JR Radcliffe discuss the magic of the moment, the Khris Middleton takeover, the success of Brook Lopez and J…
 
The lopsided loss to an Atlanta team missing its best player was bad enough. But an injury to Giannis Antetokounmpo has cast a pall over the rest of Milwaukee's playoff future, and perhaps beyond? Bucks beat reporter Jim Owczarski and podcast host JR Radcliffe ask the main question everyone will ask Wednesday morning: Can the Bucks still win the se…
 
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