12:09 pm
Fri October 12, 2012

Movement Embraces "Native" Landscaping

Rochelle Whiteman measuring up to her native flowering Compass Plant.
Credit Susan Bence

WUWM's Susan Bence brings us the story of native landscaping in the Milwaukee area and the remarkable woman who pioneered it.

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12:02 pm
Wed October 10, 2012

Collaboration and Innovation Touted at Water Conference

Members of Oostburg and Ozaukee high schools team share their international underwater robotics story at Water Summit 2012.

People from around the world pour into Milwaukee to take on pressing water issues and promise of science and technology.

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11:55 am
Mon October 8, 2012

Waukesha's Evolving Quest for Clean Water Turns Attention to Root River

Susan Greenfield wants to make sure Root River restoration isn't dampened by Waukesha water deal.

Waukesha seems to have moved a step closer to solving its contaminated drinking water issue.  With the city's apparent deal with Oak Creek, some people are left with more questions than answers.

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Death and Dying
2:58 pm
Sat October 6, 2012

Conversation Project Facilitates Conversations About End-of-Life Choices

How do you talk about what kind of care you want at the end of your life?

For the past two weeks, we've been running a series on issues related to death and dying. These are topics we as a society generally don't like to talk about, but as Lake Effect producer Stephanie Lecci found out, conversations about end-of-life care have a big impact on the stress that people and their caregivers face as they approach death. Figuring out what kind of end-of-life care you want and communicating those wishes, however, are difficult conversations to have with loved ones and doctors.

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Arts & Culture
12:00 am
Sat October 6, 2012

'Rooms of Wonder' Exhibit Offers Curiosities of the Past

Madison artist Martha Glowacki brings the curiosities of the past to life in a permanent exhibit at the MAM.
Credit Courtesy of the Milwaukee Art Museum

Contributor Gianofer Fields interviews Madison artist Martha Glowacki.

Knick-knacks, tchochkis, collectibles...whatever you want to call them, there are objects we love to collect.

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