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Travel Today with Peter Greenberg -- Door County, Wisconsin

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This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg heads to a real hidden gem, Door County, Wisconsin, and broadcasts from the shores of Green Bay. Joining Peter Greenberg will be Patrick Smith, Author of Cockpit Confidential: Everything You Need to Know About Air Travel: Questions, Answers, and Reflections with an update on the investigation into the loss of Malaysian Airlines flight 370. Scott McCartney, Travel Editor ofThe Wall Street Journal, joins Peter with a report on some good news about the TSA. Yes, there’s good news. If you’ve never been to Door County, then you’re in for a treat, and it goes beyond just traditional Wisconsin cheese curds. Niles Weborg, the retired volunteer fire chief of Ephraim, Wisconsin (population 288) gives us the secrets of the legendary Wisconsin fish boil. Charles Henrikson talks about the staple food of Door County—whitefish. Do you want some legends and myths? Door County is loaded with them, especially when it comes to shipwrecks in Lake Michigan. Captain Jim Robinson reveals that there are over 5,000 known shipwrecks, and tells the stories behind the county’s 11 lighthouses. Last but not least, Greg Vinkler, Artistic Director for the Peninsula Players, discusses one of America’s most unusual theaters. There’s all of this and more as Travel Today with Peter Greenberg broadcasts from Door County, Wisconsin.

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