Roy Orbison is a musicians musician. The guy that all other songwriters wanted to befriend. He was too cool: Elvis, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Bono and probably everybody else in the business admired his golden voice. John Kurth, author of Rhapsody In Black, a book about Roy Orbison, […]
On Friday, June 14th Buzz host Jonathan Zarov interviewed author and Ph.D. Scott Barry Kaufman about his new book Un-Gifted: The Truth about Talent, Practice, Creativity, and the Many Paths to Greatness. This unique look at how we analyze potential suggests that IQ and standardized testing cannot necessarily sum up a person’s ability to succeed, […]
Coming to Madison this Saturday, June 15th is the World Naked Bike Ride! The clothing-optional ride is to support human-powered, green transportation. If you’d like to participate, join their Yahoo group and you’ll be emailed the starting location of the ride. If you’d just like to watch, they revealed they will be riding past/through Orton […]
During the last part of the June 14th 8 O’Clock Buzz, host Jonathan Zarov talked with playwright Michael Sullivan about his theatrical adaptation of George Orwell’s “1984”. This adaptation has proved shockingly topical, considering the recent National Security Association phone tapping scandal. It revisits the themes of Big Brother and a public kept in fear […]
Just what is going on with the new Madison Public Library? Trent Miller explains.
Jonathan Zarov was joined on the Friday Buzz by Sandee Seiberlich from UW Madison’s Department of Information Technology. She provided us with a list of apps and companion websites that can be helpful while traveling.