Podcast Covers Legendary Drummers, Keeping In Touch With College-Aged Children, Soup Recipes

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Despite the many ways we have to connect, many parents still feel out of the loop when their children move on to college. Our guest discusses the best ways to keep in touch and find a healthy balance for communicating. A Milwaukee native also joins us to talk about a podcast he produces that tells the stories of legendary drummers. And during Food Friday, a James Beard award-winning chef shares some of her favorite soup recipes and how we can forge connections with a “soup swap”.

Featured in this Show

  • Milwaukee Native's Podcast Captures Stories From Legendary Drummers

    We talk to a musician and Milwaukee native who produces a podcast that looks at the lives of drummers.

  • Keeping In Touch With Your College-Age Child

    Even with smart phones and social media, many parents still feel out of the loop when their kids leave the house. Our guest has suggestions about how to stay in touch.

  • Food Friday: Soup Swap: Comforting Recipes To Make And Share

    As we head into one of the coldest times of year, we talk to a chef and James Beard award-winning food journalist about different soup recipes and how a soup swap can be an easy way to entertain and build community.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Karl Christenson Producer
  • Veronica Rueckert Producer
  • Haleema Shah Producer
  • Joe Wong Guest
  • Lori Zierl Guest
  • Kathy Gunst Guest

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