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4:00 pm
Sat December 15, 2012

Body as Art: A Conversation With the "Dominican Dominator"

Professional bodybuilder Victor Martinez
Credit rebodybuilding.com

Contributor Gianofer Fields interviews professional bodybuilder Victor Martinez.

This artist's canvass is his own body.

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Regional
11:43 am
Fri December 14, 2012

Low Water Levels Reveal Sunken Ships in the Great Lakes

Remains of a sunken ship near Door County.
Credit UW Sea Grant Institute

Water levels are low enough in the Great Lakes that parts of sunken ships have become visible.

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Economy & Business
1:34 pm
Thu December 13, 2012

Spices to Send You On a Flavor Safari

Yollande Tchouapi Deacon's company, Afro Fusion Cuisine, produces a variety of spices used in West African cooking.
Credit photo courtesy Afro Fusion Brands

  Earlier on today's show, essayist Kyle Cherek reflected that the word foodie is not just for trendy east or west coasters.  It’s a word that can – and is – used to describe people right here in the heartland that are passionate about food, especially locally sourced and prepared food.  But eating local doesn’t necessarily mean eating from a culinarytradition that is local.

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Environment
1:16 pm
Thu December 13, 2012

Farm Bill Also Heads Toward a Deadline

A lot is at stake for Wisconsin farms such as this one from the fate of the Farm Bill up for renewal by Congress.
Credit chefranden photo / Flickr

As fiscal cliff negotiations continue, the Farm Bill is also set to expire at the end of 2012.

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Environment
1:31 pm
Tue December 11, 2012

A New Era on the Horizon - Hunting in Wisconsin State Parks

Act 168 will widen scope for deer hunting enthusiasts.

As 2013 begins, Wisconsin will enter a new chapter of hunting and trapping. The DNR is proposing rules regulating outdoor activities in 64 percent of state parks and trails. The Legislature approved Act 168 to boost participation in traditional outdoor sports.

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