Indoor Smoking Ban Turns Five, 30th Anniversary Of ‘Back To The Future,’ Holiday Hotdogs

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The hit movie “Back to the Future” remains popular today, 30 years after its original release. Our guest explores how the classic film maintains its popularity. We also get tips on how to cook the perfect hotdog just in time for the 4th of July weekend, and look at waht has changed five years into Wisconsin’s indoor smoking ban.

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  • Five Years Into Wisconsin's Indoor Smoking Ban, What's Changed?

    Five years ago Sunday, Wisconsin’s indoor smoking ban went into effect. It bans smoking in all enclosed workplaces in the state, including all bars, restaurants, lodging establishments, and private clubs.

    It’s hard to imagine that only five years ago restaurants had smoking and non-smoking sections and that the expectation was that any bar in state would be smoke-filled.

  • 30 Years Later, 'Back To The Future' Remains A Film Classic

    30 years ago today, Back To The Future hit the big screen, and remains a beloved classic to this day. An author talks about the making of the film and why it remains so watchable today.

  • Food Friday: Hot Dogs

    Just in time for the 4th of July weekend, we take a look at the all-American hot dog.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Galen Druke Producer
  • Chris Malina Producer
  • Judith Siers-Poisson Producer
  • Allison Miller Guest
  • Caseen Gaines Guest
  • Bruce Kraig Guest

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