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Wisconsin Humanities and Love Wisconsin

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Human Powered is a show about how people make places better. In our first season, we explore Wisconsin together to meet real people and hear in-depth stories that we hope leave you feeling closer to your neighbors—and inspired by where you live. Brought to you by Wisconsin Humanities and Love Wisconsin and produced by Field Noise Soundworks.
 
All the Rage is a monthly podcast from Drs. Ryan Martin and Chuck Rybak at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. From toxic masculinity to internet trolls to human trafficking, All the Rage covers all topics related to anger and violence.
 
Zeigler Automotive Group is one of the largest privately-owned dealer groups in the U.S. with 78 franchises across 35 locations in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. Vehicle brands represented include all of the domestic and the majority of the imported manufacturers. Besides its extensive automotive portfolio, the organization owns and operates Zeigler Motorsports, an 85,000-square-foot motorsports dealership and action park, offering 19 different powersports brands, plus its own o ...
 
Welcome to Walking with Wigwam. Walking is one of the easiest and most accessible forms of exercise yet often overlooked. We all know the benefits, both mental & physical, of getting outside and getting some exercise, it's a positive way to start the day and a way of relaxing & winding down at the end of the day. Some of us i.e. dog owners have no choice in the matter. The human body is designed to walk & run, just add Wigwam socks. Wigwam have been crafting socks in Sheboygan, Wisconsin sin ...
 
Angela Russell is a Black woman who loves Wisconsin. But sometimes, with so few Black people in the state, she needs a little extra dose of Black Oxygen. A place where she can breathe, connect, and restore by hearing and listening to Black folks in this shared journey of life.
 
The GoGedders is a podcast for and about risk-takers—people who aren’t afraid to make it happen and go get it. We bring on high performers and experts with compelling and inspirational stories from all walks of life to cover today's hottest topics in an entertaining format to help give you the guidance and inspiration to improve your life, achieve your goals, and to go-get-it. Over the last three years, the GoGedders has racked up over 210,000 downloads and received multiple journalism award ...
 
All In, All Out focuses on promoting 1) greater communication and collaboration in the field of reentry/reform/decarceration efforts in Wisconsin and 2) showcasing the successes, humanity, and agency of people with criminal records.All In, All Out is produced in partnership with The Community (thecommunitynow.us), the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform (wisdp.org), and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. We are part of a small community of podcast/radio shows in Wisconsin working to correct t ...
 
Our Lady of Mount Carmel 1919 54th Street Kenosha, Wisconsin Noon on Sundays: Low Mass with Benediction on the 1st Sunday of the month. All others are the High Mass. 8:30 AM on Saturdays: Low Mass with Benediction and First Saturday Devotion on the 1st Saturday All others Low Mass.
 
Ever wonder why so many people love Madison, Wisconsin? Are you curious why they fell in love with this capital city, sitting on an isthmus? Then you've come to the right place, this show is just for you. It doesn't matter if you're brand new to town or a long time resident looking for new adventures, the I Love Madison Show will help you get connected to the people, places, and events in this town, that speak to your lifestyle.
 
Forces of nature in the American wilderness, life at a British boarding school, or bilingual naming in Hong Kong – join us on our adventures throughout the English-speaking world with real stories told by native speakers, all in a learner-friendly format to help you improve your English step-by-step.
 
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Partners for Dignity & Rights

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Produced by Partners for Dignity & Rights, we explore and celebrate the work of poor people's movements, particularly in the US. We highlight innovative and powerful organizing campaigns and community building led by women, LGBTQ folks, Black communities and other people of color, that are pushing the boundaries and have the potential to transform this society.Hosted by Max Rameau, a Haitian-born Pan-African theorist, campaign strategist, organizer, author and member of Pan-African Community ...
 
This is a podcast about rediscovering and revitalizing the intricate links between our health, our communities, and the soil. In this world of chronic disease, mental health epidemics, and environmental catastrophes, the only common solution to these issues we are experiencing today is to reconnect with and regenerate the soil. If you'd like to be a guest on The Soil Collective, please email Nicole Haines at info@thesoilcollective.us specifying your role and the topic you'd like to discuss. ...
 
For American journalist and humorist Edgar Wilson Nye who wrote under the pen name Bill Nye in the late 19th century, facts are not to be presented in their newborn, bare state. They should be properly draped and embellished before they can be presented before the public. Hence, in the Comic History of the United States published in 1894, he gives his readers the facts. But in a bid to make the historical figures more human he describes them as “people who ate and possibly drank, people who ...
 
Did you know you can change the way you age? If you're like the patients I see in my medical practice, you want to feel better, live healthier, look better, and improve your cognitive function to feel great inside and out. This podcast contains medical content focused on changing the way you age. So, what will you manifest? Health & vitality or aging with disease? To optimize your body and brain, I share insights from Functional, Cellular, and Regenerative Medicine. Let me help you create th ...
 
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For nearly four decades, the Drive for Life Gala has attracted the support of business leaders, sponsors and volunteers; bringing Western Michigan together for an extraordinary night of charity. American Cancer Society was the founding benefitting charity. Join us as we learn more about the charity, it’s goal, and some of the projects donor funds b…
 
Tour of America’s Dairyland is back for its 13th year Thursday, June 16 through Sunday, June 26, 2022! Tour of America’s Dairyland (ToAD) began in 2009 as a “reboot” of Wisconsin’s Superweek, a multi-day cycling race that first started in Wisconsin in 1969. ToAD has then gone on to become the largest competitive road cycling series in the U.S., hos…
 
Sometimes the search for truth and healing can't be explained by science. The energetic underpinnings of health and our return to Earth-based living are arguably rooted in spiritual explorations. We had the privilege of sitting down with author, guide, and coach Dr. Erin McMorrow, pHD to talk about the connection between divine feminine energy and …
 
In the ever-changing housing market, it’s hard to stay up to date on the latest news. Not to mention, getting accurate information from a credible source is a whole ‘nother ball game. That’s why we’ve brought in financial expert Steve Greiff, Senior Vice President and Director of Mortgage at Johnson Financial Group, to give us the lowdown. Steve br…
 
How did Bill Nye become...The Science Guy? What was his "big break," and how might it have not happened? Join Bill Nye, Bill Stainton, Mike Van Ryn, and Sam D'Arc as we discuss Bill Nye's Vision of the future and how he has literally changed the Science world...and he's not done yet.By Sam D'Arc
 
Energy and Time Management; Backstage Jim Craig w James King, Plus Top Advisors and Technicians | EP18 Join James King, Matt Douvikas, and Ariah Daniels as we recap last week's Leadership session with Jim Craig. Also, hear last month's top-ranked Technicians and Service Advisors interviewed by Ariah Daniels and Matt Thomas.…
 
Friend of the show, Michael Sheppard (Shep), has finally reached the caliber required to be on the show! But in all seriousness, we’re excited to have Shep join us and share his powerful story. He took the bull by the horns and shaped his life around success. Shep didn’t have any easy past; having dealt with the death of his biological mom and the …
 
If you're wondering how to cook simple, affordable, wholesome meals, this is the episode for you! We dig into some practical advice on how to find quality regenerative and organic food on a budget, including: Our go-to simple recipes A metabolic balancing diet + how often you should eat Our favorite grocery stores in different parts of the country …
 
The themes of this episode are all about SAFETY and COHERENCE in regards to our health and the global ecosystem. We sat down with a naturopathic physician for an inspiring conversation about a range of topics including: Role of dehydration in fatigue Causes and healing from autoimmunity Safety signals from nature and our bodies How to #tendyourterr…
 
Jonathan Moscovitch earns Buick GMC Sales Award and How To WIN in Sales TODAY| EP 17 Join Joe St Germain, Mike Van Ryn, and Jonathan Moscovitch to discuss a National Sales award achieved by Jonathan Moscovitch. Jonathan shares several tips for achieving long-term relationships with customers including methods to organize time, connect with every cu…
 
Sometimes it's easier to bury our heads in the sand and ignore the crises happening across seas; however, we must educate ourselves on the current environment we're living in. In fact, we're already starting to see the Russian-Ukraine war's impact within the states, and according to Doug Davis, this is just the beginning. Doctor Doug Davis shares h…
 
The Zeigler Auto Group wins the 2022 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in Western Michigan and Chicago. Join Bob Kuehl, Zach Terrell, Eric Johnson, and Dan Scheid as we discuss what it means to the Zeigler Auto Group to win this prestigious award and how many times has Zeigler won the award in the past?…
 
Zeigler Honda Kalamazoo earns Hondas highest dealer award, the Honda President’s Award. Join Dan Scheid, Mike Van Ryn, and Bob Kuehl as they discuss the award and what is means to the Zeigler Auto Group. Then, listen as multiple Kalamazoo team members share what the honors mean to them and the Zeigler Kalamazoo family.…
 
Join our panel of Zeigler Kalamazoo Marathon planners and participants discuss all aspects of the 2022 event. Matt Thomas Chris Lampen-Crowell Carrie Drake Tom Bryan Applin Zach Terrell Mike Van Ryn Josh Bilicki Hear the Driving Vision podcast live on race route. Participants share their thoughts and experiences before, during and after the race. A…
 
If you've been wondering how to integrate a greater abundance of food and natural inspiration into your life, this is the episode for you! Food forests are often associated with the tropics, but Ricky and Will of Food Forests Wisconsin are proving that perennial food sovereignty is possible in northern climates as well. In this episode, we dig into…
 
Mark Richardson is the Founder and President of Unfinished Business. Unfinished Business, based in Madison, Wi, focuses on career coaching, DEI consulting, and talent recruitment. In this episode of Black Oxygen we discuss Mark’s journey to Wisconsin, the great resignation, and his journey through grief. He reminds us to, “find the good stuff durin…
 
DeVon Wilson, Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the School of Letters and Science at UW-Madison, experienced deep loss and grief near the beginning of the pandemic with the passing of one of his best friends. He says, “grieving during a pandemic is difficult … I learned that I couldn’t do it alone.” In this episode of Black Oxy…
 
Fatou Ceesay, owner of Carisu Homecare, says, “with Alzheimer’s you lose your loved one twice.” Alzheimer’s disease is the 5th leading cause of death for people in the United States. In addition, the prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias is highest among African Americans. This week on Black Oxygen, Fatou discusses the grief assoc…
 
Mercedes Benz Hoffman Estates discusses winning the Mercedes Benz Silver Laurel Award Nascar Driver Josh Bilicki discusses his rate at Austin, Texas Circuit of the Americas Zeigler Plainwell Chrysler’s Ryan Budnick talks Zeigler Kalamazoo Marathon prep and race dayBy Sam D'Arc
 
Can meat production build soil, revitalize ecosystems, improve our health, and taste amazing? Absolutely! This is a meaty episode (pun-intended) packed with intriguing stories from mean-industry disrupter and former vegetarian Glen Burrows of The Ethical Butcher. We discuss how identity and belonging are often attached to dietary choices. Glen talk…
 
In discussing the Will Smith and Chris Rock incident at the Oscars, Rudy Bankston says, “success and celebrity do not negate one’s humanity.” In this episode of Black Oxygen Rudy and I cover a lot topics including the now infamous Oscars incident, the lessons that we can learn individually and locally regarding leadership and healing, leadership be…
 
“When you heal yourself, you heal the planet. When you heal the planet, you heal the collective” If you love the intersection of spirituality, personal growth, nature, and food, then this episode will feel like a warm hug! From corporate banking career to organic, grass-fed beef and lamb rancher, Katie Steere embodies the pursuit of a wholesome lif…
 
From a tragic ski accident in 2021 to skiing over 37,000 feet in one day in 2022: Blair Williams shares his life-altering story and what it’s been like for him post-stroke. He discusses dealing with chronic pain and the drastic changes he’s had to make; however, there are certain things he isn’t willing to give up, like skiing, golfing (albeit one-…
 
Just like modern agriculture tries to put chemical “bandaids” on ecological disruptions, modern medicine often seeks to treat the symptoms of health problems. Naturopathic doctors, on the other hand, are focused on root cause solutions. We had the fortune of speaking with Dr. Steph Poiani, a specialist in natural healing of chronic illness, environ…
 
After experiencing a health incident last fall, Honorable Reverend Everett Mitchell now says, “life is a gift. I was treating life as a hustle, not as the gift it is.” In this episode of Black Oxygen Hon Rev Mitchell discusses what he’s learned about the gift of life, being your authentic self instead of being on the hustle train, and navigating gr…
 
Milwaukee Buck Pat Connaughton and his childhood best friend now business partner, Joe Stanton, return for the highly anticipated part 2. In this episode, we hear more untold childhood stories, learn why Pat turned down $2million in high school, and have a lightning round full of fan-submitted questions. For more content follow The GoGedders on Ins…
 
If you’ve been struggling with digestion or gut health, this is the episode for you! As many of you may know, the gut is one of the key places where soil health converges with our nutrition. The gut microbiome and digestive tract are dramatically impacted by our agricultural system and the farms where you purchase your food. We brought holistic nut…
 
Lacouir Yancey, owner of Y-Massage, is a massage therapist, bodyworker and musician based in Fitchburg, Wisconsin. In this episode of Black Oxygen, Lacouir talks about where emotions reside in the body, the grief he has carried after losing loved family members, and how his experience of grief caused him to move his body differently. As a healer, L…
 
The experience of winning the NBA championship is like no other. It’s like that show “Entourage”, you’re experiencing the joys of life together with the people you love. Pat Connaughton and his childhood best friend, now business partner, Joe Stanton, are living that show. Pat Connaughton is a notorious figure in the Milwaukee community, not only o…
 
Bill Stainton is Driving Vision. Hear Bill tell how Bill Nye almost wasn't. Also, business advice from Jerry Seinfeld. Plus, the role of Curiosity, Courage, and Innovation in today's business world. Who is Bill Stainton? "29 Time Emmy Award Winning Keynote Speaker Bill Stainton, CSP spent 15 years leading a world-class creative team to unparalleled…
 
Managing your investments–and emotions–amidst a volatile market can be stressful. Joe Maier, SVP Director of Wealth Strategy at Johnson Financial Group, breaks down the consequences of making financial decisions solely based on emotion. Joe discusses the psychology of loss aversion, regret aversion, and herd mentality and how these all factor into …
 
Originally released 11/1/2021 Born in Sudan, Nada Elmikasfhi has been working to adopt Wisconsin as her home since 2002. She is deeply guided by James Baldwin’s quote, “the place in which I’ll fit will not exist until I make it.” As Chief of Staff for Rep Francesca Hong and columnist for The Isthmus, Nada is not only working to create a sense of be…
 
Why does local food cost more? Is it worth it? If you’ve wondered what it takes to start a farm that nurtures the land and community while being financially viable, this episode includes so many juicy details on exactly how to make regenerative farms work. Organic agriculture expert and farm consultant Brian Maisenbacher of Earth Growers LLC shares…
 
What is glyphosate? Why is it so harmful to our guts and our health? In this episode we dig into all things Roundup. One of the most widely used pesticides in the world, this herbicide has contaminated our soil, water, and even breastmilk. We talk about how glyphosate acts like antibiotic in your body and in the soil, altering the microbiome divers…
 
Dana Sonnenberg, born in Texas, adopted and raised in rural Wisconsin by white parents believes in the ability for people to change and in the power of people showing up for her. In this episode of Black Oxygen, Dana, Project Activator of CREATE Portage County, discusses what it meant for her to be a Black woman raised by white parents, the love sh…
 
Minnesota Coach PJ Fleck discusses his time at Western Michigan, what led to his departure from there, successes at Minnesota including challenges and opportunities brought about by Covid. Also, Coach Fleck talks about his favorite player, his hopes for the future, and his Vision for Minnesota football.…
 
Quentin Allums (Q) wasn’t always the charismatic content creator we know today. Q went through trial and error on multiple social platforms before he finally found success on LinkedIn. With this success, Q started his own business and found the rhythm he had been searching for. Q’s life seemed on the up and up until 2019, when his little brother pa…
 
Georgia Allen, Executive Director of The Road Home and Co-Founder of the Soaring Independent Cooperative, says that grief comes in many forms and that non-traditional forms of grief include loss of dreams, safety, autonomy and identity. In this episode of Black Oxygen, Georgia talks about the grief experienced as a result of economic instability, h…
 
We've all bought gorgeous veggies at the farmer's market only to accidentally have them rot in our fridge because we didn't know how to cook them. In this episode, Farmer and Vegucator Laura Bennett takes the intimidation out of farm-to-table cooking and teaches us how to use organic produce in simple, accessible, and delicious ways. We talk about …
 
Aaron Zeigler and Chris Lampen-Crowell announce and discuss the Zeigler Kalamazoo Marathon. Josh Bilicki reviews his preparation for Saturday's Xfinity race at Daytona Speedway. Josh also announces what he'll do when he wins this season. Plus the Tony Elliott Foundation joins this race as cosponsor. Josh explains what these sponsors mean to him.…
 
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