We explore the stakes of Sarah Palin’s libel lawsuit against the New York Times. Then, we hear Midwest-inspired poems from a Wisconsin native. Later, an ice boater shares what it’s like to sail in the winter.
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What's at stake in Sarah Palin's libel lawsuit against The New York Times
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin recently took the stand in a libel lawsuit she’s bringing against The New York Times. We’ll break down the latest, and talk about what the jury’s decision could mean for journalism.
Poems inspired by the Midwest, the pandemic, and the natural world
A Wisconsin native share’s about her latest book of poetry inspired the natural world and this moment in history, which also hearkens back to being raised in and around Midwestern cities.
Slippery sailing: Ice boater on windy winter sport
Ice boating can be traced back to 2,000 BCE, where hints of the sport were found in present-day Scandinavia. A leader in the ice boating community tells us why hard water sailing continues to captivate his attention.
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