University of Wisconsin-Stout senior Kathy DeCamp will share the language of the Ho-Chunk Nation at the International Mother Language Day Cele…
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If you’re looking for new, fun hobbies that won’t break the bank, Buzz60’s Justin Kircher has a few that you can try around the house.
It arrived like a personal insult, confirming decades of diminished expectations and a shallow public conception that, somehow, being a musici…
You may not be able to read people’s minds, but their body language might tell you something about them. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
A community event aims to celebrate linguistic and cultural diversity.
Whether you travel to the next county or around the world, moving out of your comfort zone or everyday routine will enhance your family's understanding of our world. Appreciate the language, dress, recreational and culinary differences and similarities of your fellow global citizens when you venture into new territory. Make an effort to see the view through the eyes of locals. And observe how a friendly smile is welcome currency in nearly every corner of the world.
BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. — Jocelyn Fang speaks Hmong and she’s from a Hmong family, but it took a class at Park Center High School to help bond he…
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You know what’s annoying? When you mispronounce a word and some smug know-it-all snickers at you and corrects you.
ATLANTIC CITY — At Boom Food Market on Ventnor Avenue on Wednesday afternoon, Police Officer Autumn Mason stood with Margarita Rivera, a cashier at the store, and had a conversation with her in Spanish.
It is the best of times. It is the worst of times.
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is a week away and it is sure to be filled with a plethora of problematic words. To help set up aspiring spellers for success, here's a list of the most challenging words to spell, complete with phonetic pronunciations and definitions.
After spending a year studying word lists and language origins, Maya Jadhav, a fifth-grader at Fitchburg’s Eagle School, took the top spot at Saturday’s Badger State Spelling Bee.
More than 850 new words and their definitions were added recently, and many of them are culinary terms. Here's a taste of some of the new food words that have been added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary.