The Record Company’s Chris Vos joins Charlie on the Cripescast this week. They discuss Chris’ journey from growing up on a farm to his successful music career, their shared love for the Milwaukee Bucks, and the need for more Sheepshead across the world.
April Stone is the last black ash basket weaver of the Bad River Ojibwe people. She joins Charlie on this week’s Cripescast to discuss the cultural significance of her craft, Indigenous life in northern Wisconsin and the environmental threats that may upend her passion.
On a very special episode of the Cripescast this week, we have our first-ever Berens family interview with none other than Grandma Sue. She and Charlie talk about her life in Wisconsin, meeting Grandpa Bob, and her love of family and Hallmark movies.
Milwaukee-based Entrepreneur Maanaan Sabir joins Charlie on the Cripescast this week. Maanaan shares tips for being an entrepreneur, navigating racial divides, his various business ventures including Shindig, and the re-opening of the Sherman Phoenix.
Shawna Nicols (aka DJ Shawna) is the official DJ and producer of the Milwaukee Bucks. She joins Charlie on the Cripescast this week to discuss her careers in music and basketball, her love of DJing, Milwaukee’s LGBTQ community and her upcoming debut single.
Grammy-winning singer and Wauwatosa native Grace Weber joins the Cripescast this week to talk about her journey in the music industry. She and Charlie discuss the release of her debut album “A Beautiful Space”, her creative process, and the proper way to grill brats.
Scott Laeser, farmer and Water Program Director for Clean Wisconsin, joins Charlie on the Cripescast this week to discuss some of the top water issues facing Wisconsin. They dive deep into many topics surrounding the agriculture industry and offer up some potential solutions for improving Wisconsin’s water.
Chef Yia Vang, co-owner of Twin Cities restaurants Union Hmong Kitchen and Vinai, joins Charlie this week on the Cripescast. Yia talks about his love for the Midwest, his family’s journey to America, and how food can help share their story.