Art for the ages…. or maybe just until the software becomes obsolete. Our good friend Jon Ippolito will join us to talk about the transitory nature of digital media.
Wisconsinites are falling through the treatment and rehab net, and are still driving drunk long after their arrests for DUI. Some Wisconsin counties want to turn that around. Sean Kirkby from the Center for Investigative Journalism reports.
Another election year, another bag of disappearing and suddenly re-appearing votes. Rita Wittwer talks about the Wisconsin 17th Senate District race.
… and if you’re of a more literary bent, the Wisconsin Book Festival is also upon us. They’re featuring spoken word poetry from First Wave. Willy Ney, Executive Director of the UW Office of Multicultural Arts Initiative joined the Monday Buzz on October 13.
It’s one of those weeks where there’s just so much going on in town that you would need to clone yourself to take it all in. Laura Heisler may be able to help us with that, as she joins the Monday Buzz with a preview of the Wisconsin Science Fest.
Thanks to a surprise ruling from a federal appeals court, Voter ID is back in play for this fall’s election, and local clerks are scrambling.