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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Hallie Mellendorf


The Capitol Profiles: Meet John Thomas

A somber look hangs from John Thomas’s face as he leans against a street lamp, selling copies of Street Pulse to pedestrians. I approach him, nervous he will turn down my requests for an interview as multiple people already had, but the notion delights him. A wide smile quickly chases the shadows away from his face as he divulges, with astounding honesty, the details of his past and present circumstances.


Action Project: An ‘era of man-made climate change’

With each new blade of green grass that emerges from beneath thin layers of late snowfall, smiles slide onto faces with a bit more ease. However, the return of warm afternoons and whistling robins is a relief too often taken for granted. As sweaters are traded for T-shirts and winter boots for sneakers; as baseball gloves and Frisbees are pulled from storage shelves to relish in the magnificence of the surrounding world, now is also the season to recognize its fragility.

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Ásgeir, an Icelandic singer-songwriter who struck big in his native homeland, visited Wisconsin for the first time Oct. 11 to grace the Fredric March Play Circle Theater with his skill.

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