This Is What I Ate Downshifts into first gear on a Wednesday afternoon to check out the Slow Food Café on the University Campus!
WORT local news producer Alejandro Alonso Galva sat down with Sharon Irwin, Tony “Terrell” Robinson’s grandmother, to discuss her grief regarding her grandson’s shooting and the family’s lawsuit against the city of Madison. She explains the frustration of battling a story about her grandson that she calls “a lie.”
Notable deaths in Madison, 1961.
Wisconsin is a shadow of its former self. Once known as a beacon of clean and open government, an industrial powerhouse, and a leading force in the dairy industry, much has changed. The state provided Trump a surprising victory, showing that voters want change. In this commentary, Mike McCabe of BlueJean Nation explains why Wisconsin […]
On February 10 at the Central Library in downtown Madison, a group of activists, DJs, and dance-party organizers hosted a panel discussion called Access Denied. It centered around nightlife in Madison, and the Access in question was access for traditionally marginalized people: trans people, people with disabilities, people of color, people struggling with addiction, and […]
A legend passed away over the weekend. Clyde Stubblefield was the drummer for James Brown, whose revolutionary beats led to songs, albums, and even genres he couldn’t have imagined. Clyde, also known as the Funky Drummer, is the most sampled drummer in history. Shortly after retiring from the James Brown Band, Clyde settled in Madison. […]