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The Baton Passes At Monona Terrace

Guests: Jim Hess – retiring Director, Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center Greg McManners – incoming Director, Monona Terrace George Nelson – Community Leader, Monona Terrace Commission It seems impossible that Monona Terrace was a topic of major controversy in Madison for nearly 60 years before it was finally built in 1997. George Nelson remembers… Read more »

Light The House

Guests: Kevin Huddleston, Executive Director Ronald McDonald House Charities – Madison Amber & Chris Boll, parents of Eli and frequent RMH residents Since 1993, the 18-bedroom Ronald McDonald House in Madison has provided a “home away from home” to over 15,000 families whose lives have been turned upside down because of the life-threatening illness of… Read more »

Savor Wisconsin For The Holidays

Guest: Christine Lindner, Wisconsin’s 63rd Alice in Dairyland “Something Special from Wisconsin” is a great way to flavor up the holidays says Christine Lindner, Wisconsin’s Alice in Dairyland. Whether it’s a holiday meal or a gift basket of Wisconsin products, the best choices are often from our own backyard. Wisconsin’s $59 billion agriculture industry provides… Read more »

Up Close And Personal With John and Barbara DeMain

Guests: John DeMain, Music Director, Madison Symphony Orchestra Barbara DeMain, wife, supporter and former promoter of classical music concerts They first met in Houston. She was there on a concert assignment from her home in Germany. He was there conducting and offered her a ride to the concert hall. The conversation was good and it… Read more »

There’s More To Dementia Than Alzheimer’s Disease

Guests: Dr. Cindy Carlsson – Assistant Professor, Geriatrics UW School of Medicine and Public Heath and Madison VA GRECC. Medical Director, VA Memory Assessment Clinic Mary Reines – Program Director, Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and National Family Caregiver’s Month. The two come together on this program as… Read more »