By Steve Kabelowsky Contributing Columnist Published Jun 21, 2013 at 3:07 PM

Sometimes we only learn of the fight, and lose perspective on where things started.

There is a need by society to gather information to make reasonable decisions on what path to take, but the responsibility lies with the story tellers to preserve the history of what took place.

It provides perspective.

One effort is making sure one story doesn’t fade away to the generations.

Bluewater Productions is using crowdsourcing to help fund an effort to tell the story of the Stonewall Riots in a graphic novel.

"We are doing this project because sadly a lot if the younger generations don't even know what The Stonewall Riots are," said Darren Davis, the publisher of Bluewater Productions.

Davis hopes others can see the value in telling the story of the Stonewall Inn, a bar in New York that was run by the mafia, frequented by homosexuals and other "social deviants," and often the target of police harassment. 

"In June of 1969, the bar was once again raided. The weary patrons were mad as hell and they weren't going to take it anymore. They fought back and continued to fight. The Stonewall Riots are what many consider the launch of the modern gay rights movement," Davis said. "This important piece of American history should not be let to fall to obscurity."

Davis believes the story can be told through a comic book format. His line of biography books have told the story of presidents, celebrities and notable people throughout history.

"We really need your help to make this a reality, not only for the LGBTQ community but a great biography that needs to be told," Davis said.

You can check out the campaign on Indiegogo.

STARS OF TOMORROW: Often, the farm league teams are great to watch, because the future major league starters are developing skills that will take them to the big dance. Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will televise the Minor League Baseball Double-A Texas League All-Star Game and Home Run Derby on Tuesday, June 25.

Here is your chance to see some of the players that my suit up in a Brewers uniform, or end up playing for a team the Crew will face at Miller Park. Live coverage of the Home Run Derby will begin at 6 p.m., with the All-Star Game beginning after a derby champion emerges.

The Northwest Arkansas Naturals, Double-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals, are hosting the event at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale, Ark., and the game will air live exclusively on Time Warner Cable SportsChannels across the country. Time Warner Cable SportsChannel is available on channel 1332 HD and 32 on Time Warner Cable Systems in Wisconsin.

HAPPINESS: "PBS NEWSHOUR" Business and Economics Correspondent Paul Solman is exploring a finding in a new sub-field of economics called Happiness Studies. His report from UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center will air tonight.

"Economists often expect to see a correlation between a nation’s economic growth and its people’s happiness," the show reported about Solman’s story. "As wealth rises, subjective well-being tends to go up, too.  However, for the last 35 years, studies have shown that Americans are surprisingly unhappy even though the country has gotten richer."

Steve Kabelowsky Contributing Columnist

Media is bombarding us everywhere.

Instead of sheltering his brain from the onslaught, Steve embraces the news stories, entertainment, billboards, blogs, talk shows and everything in between.

The former writer, editor and producer in TV, radio, Web and newspapers, will be talking about what media does in our community and how it shapes who we are and what we do.