Host Al Ross will sit down with Stacey Springob, author of “What I’ve Learned from Never Having a Boyfriend.” Springob, from Spencer, Wisconsin will talk about the lessons she has learned from being single through observing others in relationships around her.
Ross will be joined by Laurelyn Sandkamp and Hanna Terwilliger, both Americorps Vista members with University of Wisconsin-Extension in Eau Claire County, and Karen Blaeser, director for Eau Claire County Exposition Center, to discuss the new shared-use kitchen available for licensed entrepreneurs and non-business people requiring larger kitchen space for food processing.
Special Correspondent Jim Oliver will meet with Corrine Schultz, playwright of the musical “A Guy Named Tom.” Schultz, a graduate of Barron High School, wrote the musical about Tom Lehrer, a popular performer from the 1950s and 1960s when she was 15. The production will be presented by Barron Spotlighters at the Barron Area Community Center starting Thursday, July 10 at 7 p.m. Oliver will share his "What's On-Stage in Western Wisconsin" segment.
Ross will welcome back Joseph Salmons and Eric Raimy, professors at University of Wisconsin-Madison, to further discuss the book “Wisconsin Talk: Linguistic Diversity in the Badger State.” Salmons and Raimy will share the specifics behind “Wisconsin English.”