Here’s the poem of the week for January 19, 2015, with Timothy Walsh.
Ann Pooler from Madison Organizing in Strength, Equality and Solidarity, or MOSES joins us to talk alternatives to the county jail.
The new Wisconsin legislative session is upon us. Representative Sondy Pope joins the Monday Buzz to talk about the first bill in that session, AB-1, the so-called “Education Accountability Bill.”
The Buzz assembles local labor luminaries to bring you the “State of the Unions.”
The annual Martin Luther King Day celebration is fast approaching. Not so fast that you don’t have time to join the choir. Community choir director Lee Stanley tells us how you can sing for MLK.
The Garver Feed Building sits just north of the bike path and the Wisconsin and Southern railroad near Olbrich Park on Madison’s east side. It’s a giant, hulk of a ruin, looking something like a haunted castle from Scotland transplanted to the midwest.