This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Sundara Inn & Spa in the Wisconsin Dells. The Dells, known predominantly for its summer fun and water parks (and let’s not forget waterskiing), is also an area with a great history.
We’ll talk with Melanie Sainz of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin about their efforts to keep their culture alive as well as the Little Eagle Arts Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Indian arts. Scott McCartney of The Wall Street Journal weighs in on the continuing problems of U.S. Customs lines at major U.S. airports (and what you can do about it), and then — surprise — would you believe that some Wisconsin wines have been named wines of the year? (Even over some Napa, California brands.)
And you thought it was all just about the Packers and cheeseheads. We’ll also be joined by Tom Diehl, president of Tommy Bartlett, one of the longest-running water ski shows in the world. All this and more when we broadcast from the Sundara Inn & Spa in the Wisconsin.
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