President Obama Wraps Up His Alaska Trip, History Of Wisconsin And The UP, How Millennials Are Changing Food

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It’s no secret that young people are increasingly interested in cooking, eating and sharing pictures of their food, but why? Our guest explores the millennial obsession with food, and how it will affect the future of consumption. We also learn why the Upper Peninsula isn’t a part of Wisconsin, and we talk to a White House reporter about President Obama’s trip to Alaska, which wraps up Wednesday.

Featured in this Show

  • President Obama Wraps Up His Trip To Alaska

    On Wednesday President Barack Obama wraps up his historic trip to Alaska. He’s the first sitting president to visit the Alaskan Arctic. We talk to a White House reporter about how the president’s trip went.

  • How Wisconsin Lost The UP

    We take a look at state history with the story of why the Upper Peninsula is part of Michigan and not Wisconisn.

  • Food Obsession And How Millennials Are Shaping The Future Of Food

    The constant social media posts, food-conscious shopping decisions and popularity of shows like Chopped and No Reservations make one thing clear; millennials are obsessed with food. That’s according to our guest, the author of A Taste of Generation Yum, who explores why young people are so focused on food, and how it will affect an entire industry.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Amanda Magnus Producer
  • Matt Oleson Producer
  • Sarah Wheaton Guest
  • James Johonnott Guest
  • Eve Turow Guest
  • Veronica Rueckert Interviewer

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