PODCASTNov 25th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
On a special holiday podcast, Mark Metcalf and Dave Begel discuss Black Friday and how this new "holiday" fits into the bigger picture.
PODCASTNov 17th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
Guitars for Vets provides veterans an opportunity to heal through music. Mark Metcalf talks with Guitars for Vets president Dan Van Buskirk, a true guitar hero.
PODCASTNov 11th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
In honor of Veterans Day, TCD brings you a special Friday podcast with David Pelis of Dry Hootch, a coffee shop and veterans support center on Brady Street.
PODCASTNov 10th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
TCD's podcast series with veterans in Milwaukee kicks off with Ted Lasser of VETransfer, a first-of-its-kind organization that helps veterans start businesses.
PODCASTNov 3rd, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
From the Stonewall Riots in 1969 until now, the LGBT rights movement has grown, but there's still a long way to go.
PODCASTOct 27th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
Kathy and Justin never planned on getting married -- in fact, both are anti-marriage. But this week, they'll say "I do."
PODCASTOct 13th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
In the wake of the repeal of "Don't ask, don't tell," Mark asks and LGBT rights activist Miriam Ben-Shalom tells her story of being a lesbian in the military.
Oct 13th, 2011 by Brian Jacobson
Milwaukee's favorite Luchador-style wrestling, live music, and burlesque show returns to the Turner Hall Ballroom. A capsule in audio and pictures.
PODCASTOct 6th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
At Sunset Playhouse, Jonathan West lives his passion by establishing a sense of community in local theatre.
PODCASTSep 29th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
Mark talks with Barbara Leigh, co-founder of the Milwaukee Public Theatre. She discusses her journey from humble beginnings to what the theatre has grown to today.
PODCASTSep 22nd, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
Tiffany Coris stops by to give a behind the scenes look at the venues of the Pabst Theater Foundation.
PODCASTSep 15th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
After decades of struggle and success in women's rights, has "feminism" become a dirty word? Prof. Merry Weisner-Hanks takes a historical view of the movement.