The Wisconsin Film Festival is coming next month. If you’re jonesing for your Film Fest fix, you can catch a preview at the Pinney Library to hold you over until the big event. Pinney’s Jamie Vache and the Film Fest’s Ben Ressier tells us how.
Rusty Russell reads his poem “Angels.”
An update on the Tony Robinson shooting. We hear from a Sunday vigil and speak with Young, Gifted and Black’s Brandi Grayson.
The Governor’s budget would radically change services to Wisconsin’s elderly and disabled. The Buzz talks with disabled advocate Iris Christenson and Aging and Disability Resource Center staff Jennifer Fischer and Fran Gentner.
Michael Edmonds wants us to remember the Freedom Summer of more than 40 years ago. Not as the narrative of a few charismatic leaders, but as the blood, sweat and tears of thousands of volunteers from all across the country.
What exactly is Right to Work, and what does it mean for Wisconsin’s workers? Alexia Kulwiec from the School for Workers gives us a legal primer.