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Craving Sweets? Empty Kitchen Can Still Mean Full Belly

By tstryker | Apr 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

Wisconsin’s Safer at Home Order, albeit with some modifications, has been extended. We can’t do anything to change that but we can help your sweet tooth. If you’re like us, one side effect of Safer at Home is Craving More Sweets. And while baking up a storm in your kitchen can be exceptionally satisfying (not […] Read More

Got a Sec? Name a Color

By tstryker | Apr 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

It isn’t often that something falls into so many categories; family-friendly, mentally stimulating, fun for all generations–other than listening to I-94, of course. is an online collaborative effort to name every last color in the RGB/web spectrum. “Anyone can propose a new name for a particular color,” the site explains. “So long as the […] Read More

Irvine Park: What to Know Before You Go During Pandemic

By tstryker | Apr 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

Easter’s surprise snow and colder temps have temporarily slowed our fresh-air ventures around the area, but Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls remains open. And while the same can’t be said for the park’s beloved zoo at the moment, its inhabitants are doing just fine. WEAU 13 News visited the park to give us a look […] Read More

Why Can’t We Stop Looking At Ourselves On Zoom?

By tstryker | Apr 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

A regular part of your new normal might include Zoom, the video conferencing tool that’s become synonymous with working from home. Just as you experience with FaceTime, Skype or other similar programs, you see a live image of yourself along with others. But perhaps now more than ever, we cannot. Quit. Looking. At. Ourselves. Is […] Read More

Inside Kelly Clarkson’s Montana Cabin

By tstryker | Apr 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

Imagine you’re a megastar. You’re an acclaimed actress, author, singer-songwriter, actress and TV personality. You’ve sold millions of albums, had dozens of hits and won a ton of awards. When you share video of your home away from home, it’s going to look like an episode of Cribs, right? Not if you’re Kelly Clarkson. In […] Read More

Pets Most Likely Safe from Coronavirus

By tstryker | Apr 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

When a tiger at the Bronx Zoo recently tested positive for COVID-19, it was only natural to wonder whether domestic animals could transmit or become infected with the virus. Although it isn’t impossible, it’s overwhelmingly unlikely. As Karen Terio, chief of the Zoological Pathology Program at the University of Illinois’ College of Veterinary Medicine explains […] Read More

Roommates Spice Up Lockdown With Themed Outfits

By ashley | Apr 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

These roommates from Madison decided to take lockdown to a whole other level by choosing a new theme for their outfits each day. They’ve been choosing a theme by drawing an idea from a hat. They’re on their second week of themes – including beach attire, formal wear, and camo.

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Larry David Makes the Most Larry David Public Service Announcement

By tstryker | Apr 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

Your kids know Larry David from playing Bernie Sanders on SNL, you know him from Curb Your Enthusiasm and as a Seinfeld co-creator, but Larry doesn’t care. He also doesn’t care for the way people aren’t social distancing and staying home. In the new public service announcement below, the constant curmudgeon scolds, “You’re hurting people […] Read More

Tiger King: Where Are They Now?

By tstryker | Mar 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

Now that you’ve finished your binge of #TigerKing on #Netflix, with or without your dignity intact (we don’t judge), you naturally have questions about where the main characters are now. #Variety satisfies your curiosity with this feature: Finished #TigerKing? Find out what’s happened to everyone after the show ended— Variety (@Variety) March 29, […] Read More

Berklee Students Perform Together, Virtually

By tstryker | Mar 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

When Shelbie Rassler was sent home from in-person classes at Berklee College of Music due to COVID-19, she was inspired to keep the music alive. Together with 74 of her classmates, they performed the classic “What the World Needs Now”…just not all together at once. With each student singing and/or playing an instrument to video, […] Read More