The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is celebrating these everyday heroes
What does the Milwaukee shelter population look like during COVID-19?
“When I was a kid, I always had waffles on Wednesdays for breakfast. So I continue that tradition.”
Yes, it is still safe to donate blood during the coronavirus pandemic.
Just because the physical event is canceled, doesn’t mean the cause is too.
“This whole thing has brought out the best in many people, especially my wonderful night shift team in the ER.”
“Why do I volunteer? It’s something to do every day, and a lot of friends of mine from the neighborhood come here.”
Dr. Kyle Pronko, a pediatric hospitalist with Children’s Wisconsin, walks us through what his days are like while a pandemic ravages other hospitals.
“We’re here to help them feel better, but more often than not, when we greet someone, their first concern is how we’re doing. It’s very humbling.”
“Do you know who my heroes are? All the people who have stayed home.”