Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Wednesday 5/18 Live Blog

Fond du Lac resident Don Gorske was scheduled to eat his 25,000th Big Mac yesterday at an area McDonald's. Unfortunately, the afternoon turned tragic when the Big Mac turned the tables and ate Don instead. (As you can see, the Big Mac is like an octopus in that it consumes its prey though a mouth located in its belly region. Who knew?)

We celebrated International Museum Day with tickets to the Oshkosh Public Museum and their Signs of the Times exhibit. Take a walk down memory lane now through July 24.

The future will belong to the "nature smart," says author Richard Louv. He joined us to talk about ways to reconnect to our world as detailed in his new book, The Nature Principle.

Elaine Petrone shared The Miracle Ball Method for Pregnancy, which she developed out of her own experiences with the pain of carrying twins. Ease labor, reduce stress, and regain a flat belly with help from Elaine and her miracle balls.

The studio was invaded by a group of young adults who have taken a STAAND in our community. STAAND is comprised of Students Taking Action Against Negative Decisions. Click here for more.

My Boyfriend Wrote a Book About Me is an enlightening account of modern dating from Hilary Winston, writer for NBC's Community. Hilary chatted with us about the book she calls a dedication "to anyone who has ever had their heart broken and dreamed of getting the tiniest slice of revenge."

Follow Jon & Mary on Twitter! @carson1071.

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