With California on fire yet again, it’s easy to overlook the effect prolonged water abuse is having on the Great Plains. Julene Bair, a native Kansan, joins us to talk about her new memoir, The Ogallala Road.
Summer’s nearly over, the school year is fast upon us… are your kids relaxed enough? Maureen Brown, Executive Director of Challenge Success and co-author of “Overloaded and Underprepared” wants to know.
Blogger Dick Thiede, better known as Woodsperson wants to tell his Iron County politicians to get the iron monkey off their backs.
Monday Buzz producer and engineer Harry Gilbert recently spoke with Dewey-Hagborg about her work and the societal, bioethical, and policy concerns it brings up.
To catch glimpses of the genius of Madison folk artist Sid Boyum, one needs only to peek into the quiet corners of the Schenk-Atwood neighborhood with an eye out for the whimsical. The concrete sculptures are instantly recognizable as belonging to the broad legacy Boyum’s work has built up over the decades. But that legacy […]
As part of our monthly partnership with the fine folks over at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, Managing Editor Dee Hall spoke with Brian Standing about the latest in the open records debacle, more trouble with businesses who received WEDC loans, and new information regarding the now-closed John Doe probe.