Cooking With Zucchini, Sidewalk Poetry, What Wisconsinites Think About Gun Control

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A basket of zucchini and summer squash
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We look at creative ways to cook with that ubiquitous green squash — zucchini, on this Food Friday. And if you’re walking around Green Bay later this year, you may literally stumble on to some poetry. We talk to the woman behind a public art project there. And we talk about public opinion on gun control.

Featured in this Show

  • Food Friday: How To Use All Of That Zucchini

    It’s that time of the year when zucchini seemingly takes over the world. On this week’s Food Friday, we talk about all the ways you can cook and prepare the squash.

  • What Wisconsinites Think About Gun Control

    A number of Wisconsin lawmakers–including Governor Tony Evers–are supporting more gun control measures following two deadly mass shootings last weekend. But how do Wisconsinites feel? We talk to Charles Franklin of the Marquette Law School Poll about Wisconsin residents’ opinions on gun control.

  • Sidewalk Poetry Coming To Green Bay

    The city of Green Bay will be stamping poems — written by residents — on sidewalk slabs being replaced around the city. We talk to the woman coordinating the project, as well as the public works director from Appleton, which has been doing the same thing for several years already.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Amanda Shapiro Guest
  • Charles Franklin Guest
  • Laura Schley Guest
  • Paula Vandehey Guest

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