Kansas Public Radio Interview with Matt Geiger

On this edition of Conversations, Matt Geiger joins us to talk about the collection of humorous yet emotionally powerful stories and essays you’ll find in his latest book, Astonishing Tales! (Your Astonishment May Vary).Geiger is an award winning essayist and journalist, who is frequently heard on public radio.
Read More »

Surmounting life’s challenges

“No matter what mountain you face, whether it’s cancer or something else, there’s always hope,” Cockerel says. “Life is a series of choices. How we choose to react or respond to life’s events can make all the difference.”
Read More »

Put It In The Blender!

Why would any of us complain about our own circumstances or why would we limit our thinking or joy for life when we realize that each of us has our own obstacles and our own journey?
Read More »

Author pens book on family mystery

Haunted by my aunt’s death in a northern Wisconsin tavern when I was 12, I eventually embarked on a decades-long search combining journalistic inquiry and genealogy with hypnosis and alternative tools.
Read More »

Ezi Adesi on Talk of the Town

Ezi Adesi, author of 12 Methods to Make Your ABE Students Comfortable—Even Before the Learning Starts appeared on Talk of the Town, WI57, on Sept 11th, 2o18. Watch the segment here:
Read More »

Gingold, survivor of the Shoah by tunnel, dies at 84

Sam Gingold, a Holocaust survivor who made an underground escape to raise a family on the West Side and Glendale, died July 14, 2018. He was 84. Gingold, of Shorewood, was the subject of “Tunnel, Smuggle, Collect: A Holocaust Boy,” a book by his son Jeffrey N. Gingold.
Read More »

“Glorious” Book Launch August 1st

Marshall Cook has created a glorious cast of characters inhabiting a small Wisconsin town, from the joke-cracking radio DJ to the married owners of a diner. Beneath the surface of a town known for its Polar Plunge and Cow Chip Toss.
Read More »