UWM Today
10:01 am
Fri April 18, 2014

Life-Long Learning Through The Arts

Tom Luljak and guests
Credit Jon Strelecki

The importance of the arts in our community cannot be overstated. They bring vitality and energy to the entire region.

At UWM, one especially important effort is the commitment to make the arts available and accessible to all generations - including older people suffering from dementia.

Host Tom Luljak talks with Anne Basting, professor of theater in UWM’s Peck School of the Arts, and Chelsea Wait, who is a doctoral student in architecture but involved now in a very interesting community arts program.

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Politics & Government
1:00 am
Fri April 18, 2014

What To Do About DOT's $650 Million Funding Gap

The Zoo Interchange reconstruction is one huge project consuming the transportation budget.
Credit Bob Bach

The state is projecting a huge deficit in the budget that pays for highways, local roads and public transit.

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6:00 am
Thu April 17, 2014

Milwaukee Eagle Scout Candidate Aims to Encourage Bicycling

Richard Reinhard and grandson Zebedee Summers foreground; background, Evan Pack (seated) and Cohl Wiesbrookp-Peterikat Vulture Space

As spring starts, more people are thinking about venturing out on their bicycles. Zebedee Summers is on a multi-generational mission to inspire more biking.

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Health & Science
1:01 am
Thu April 17, 2014

Robotic Exo-Skeleton Allows Paralyzed Madison Vet to Stand Up and Walk

Dan Rose's $130,000 exo-skeleton suit was a donation from a non-profit called "Soldier Socks."
Credit Erin Toner

You probably remember learning about exo-skeletons back in biology class – beetles have them. So do lobsters. Well now, we can add humans to that list.

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Economy & Business
9:20 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

Kohl Announces New Bucks Owners

Herb Kohl announces tentative deal to sell the Milwaukee Bucks

  A figurative sign outside the Bradley Center reads “SOLD”.

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