Adding to the Unknown

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the nation, the physiological symptoms of the virus — i.e., shortness of breath, sore throat and high fever — are now widely known. How the virus impacts mental and behavioral health is arguably less clear. 

My dear friends, I am excited to write this article and share some to “dos” instead of the c…

In early 2010, I underwent a pair of surgeries to remove a giant cell bone tumor from my leg…

It’s hard not to notice when Lex Allen is in the room.

EVENT: The American Heart Association hosted its annual Heart & Stroke Ball at the Pfist…

EVENT: Ronald McDonald House Charities® Eastern Wisconsin and Sauve Terre Farm hosted the 34…

It’s hard not to notice when Lex Allen is in the room.

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