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 Music - June 30, 2020
 Protests, systemic racism, hip-hop and change with Ald. Rainey & Dave Mays
 On the episode, we go deep into hip-hop culture and discuss its misperceptions, how it has helped disenfranchised communities have a voice and expression, and how the industry has evolved for better and for worse over the last thirty years.
 Living - June 18, 2020
 To build or to buy? The things you should know before building a new home
 Building a home can be the source of a lot of stress. Luckily, on this episode of the Keeping it Local Podcast Powered by First Federal Bank, we have our own Brian McManus and David Belman from David Belman Homes to answer some key questions.
 #RaiseMKE - June 5, 2020
 A very candid conversation on race in Milwaukee
 To date, Iā€TMve put out 113 episodes of the GoGedders podcast. This is the most important.
 Marketplace - May 21, 2020
 Essential Milwaukee retailers talk about adapting to COVID-19
 From hiring 200 new grocery store employees to figuring out how to conduct eye exams safely, the business owners we talked to in this episode of The GoGedders Podcast have had to make some really tough decisions in the last several weeks.
 #RaiseMKE - May 20, 2020
 COVID-19 survivor Judge Mosley shares his story of spending 8 days in the ICU
 "I can't stress to people enough how frightening it is to not be able to breathe."
 Buzz - May 18, 2020
 Should Wisconsin have reopened?
 As you all know, the Wisconsin State Supreme Court overturned Gov. Tony Evers' "Safer At Home" order last week. But was this the right move? We got to hear from five diverse local business and political leaders giving a wide range of perspectives.
 Marketplace - May 13, 2020
 LISTEN: Demystifying hemp: The past, present and future in Wisconsin
 As well as going over the past, present and future of the hemp industry in Wisconsin, this podcast dives into what it was like to start a business in this ambiguous industry, the barriers they face while getting off the ground and more.
 Marketplace - April 29, 2020
 Rotarian business owners talk government response, adapting to COVID-19
 For just the sixth time in their 107-year history, The Rotary Club of Milwaukee hosted a virtual meeting, connecting business leaders to talk about how COVID-19 has impacted their businesses and how they are adapting to these unprecedented times.
 Marketplace - April 17, 2020
 Mandela Barnes, MKE leaders talk election and continued response to COVID-19
 As Milwaukee continues to respond to the increasingly impactful COVID-19, we bring you the third installment of our series of episodes speaking with leaders grappling with the virus and its impact.
 Sports - April 16, 2020
 What will golf be like under "Safer at Home"? I got a preview in Dunn County
 Early last week, my girlfriend got off the phone with her mom and informed me that Dunn County, Wisconsin golf courses are open. I looked at her in disbelief. During the pandemic? The "Safer at Home" order for our state? How is that legal?

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