Crossing the Driftless is a river traveler’s tale and an exploration of the streams of geologic and human history, as Lynne and Bob Diebel canoe 360 miles across the Driftless Area.
Wisconsin has a fascinating variety of landscapes. It occurred to me that to explore any one of these diverse areas and to understand how they came to be, one could use the wonderful State Parks and State Forests of Wisconsin as entry points.
What would you get on the bus for? Join B.J. Hollars for a reading from The Road South and a conversation on the harrowing story of the 1961 Freedom Riders.
What would you get on the bus for? Join B.J. Hollars for a reading from "The Road South" and a conversation on the harrowing story of the 1961 Freedom Riders.
Adopting the geologic habit of seeing everything, including ourselves, as entities sculpted by time is a perceptual shift that can be transformative on the personal and societal levels.
Corruption in the courts, the Ku Klux Klan roaming the streets, and the highest homicide rate in America. This was Madison in the 1920s.
Explore how and why people in the Midwest worshiped, feared, studied, hunted, ate, and protected the birds that surrounded them over the last 12,000 years.
Join local author Gavin Schmitt for a book signing! He loves talking local history, mafia and crime, so bring along your questions!
History is not there to find; it is there to create.
A graphic designer’s search for inspiration leads to a cache of letters and the mystery of one man’s fate during World War II.