We begin our annual holiday series Life’s Voices, stories of people striving to make Milwaukee a better place to live.
Our first profile is of Joe Volk. He’s devoted most of his life to helping people without a home.
About ten people are standing in line at the front desk of Community Advocates in downtown Milwaukee. Another dozen are sitting in the waiting area.
During the course of a year, the agency serves about 75,000 families, according to Volk. His office is on the third floor.
Host Tom Luljak and UWM engineer Ying Li discuss the complex problem of recycling carbon dioxide emissions back into fuel and a method that Li is working on that could provide a method.
Since the late 1970s, The Moosewood Cookbook has been considered perhaps the most influential vegetarian cookbook ever written. But its author doesn't consider herself as a vegetarian.
A family on Milwaukee's west side is taking urban farming to a new place - inside their apartment.
Around Thanksgiving, I always recall the time my wife and I were in Istanbul near the end of the festival of Ramadan.