Living A Simpler Life, Running A Little Every Day, Lieutenant Governor On Court Ruling

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From Simple Green Suppers by Susie Middleton © 2017 by Susie Middleton. Photographs ©2017 by Randi Baird

We talk about simple living and cooking with a chef and radio-TV personality. Then we discuss the concept of “streak-running” with a health and fitness writer. We also talk with Wisconsin’s lieutenant governor about the court ruling striking down the state’s safer-at-home order.

Featured in this Show

  • A Reflection On Living Life With Less

    The coronavirus pandemic is forcing many to survive on the bare minimum — or less. That’s not lost on our guest, who turns to his simpler upbringing for some perspective in his latest piece for Milk Street Magazine. We hear his story. Then, we discuss how to cook with less.

  • Run A Little Every Day, Change Your Life

    Experienced runners and those who haven’t been on a run since gym class could both find some value in what’s referred to as run streaking — running as much or as little as you’d like on consecutive days, for a set period of time, without fail. A journalist shares the experience of several run streakers and how the challenge has changed their lives.

  • Lieutenant Governor Reacts To Strike Down Of Safer-At-Home Order

    After Wisconsin’s Supreme Court struck down the state’s safer-at-home order, the governor’s office will have to work with the legislature on any future statewide orders. Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes joins us to share his concerns about the ruling and look ahead to what’s next.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Laura Pavin Producer
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Christopher Kimball Guest
  • Elizabeth Millard Guest
  • Mandela Barnes Guest

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