Choreographers Chris Walker and Kevin Ormsby of UW-Madison Dance performance “Facing Home” are guests on the Friday 8 O’Clock Buzz. The dance concert “investigates the global impact of Bob Marley’s music—its expression of humanity’s struggle and inspiration toward love, redemption and hope—and the active, deep-rooted homophobia in Jamaican/West Indian Culture.“ For more information, visit https://www.dance.wisc.edu/dance/news/the-weekly-update/facing-home
Meghan Blake-Horst, Co-Founder & Market Manager at MadCity Bazaar and owner of Absolutely Art, talks with host Jonathan Zarov about the Madison Public Market. The vision for the Public Market is a place with a mix of food retail, wholesaling, and processing, arts/craft vending, community uses, and events in a culturally diverse and dynamic public […]
Laura Heisler, director of the Wisconsin Science Festival, and Tim Campbell, aquatic invasive species outreach specialist, join Jonathan and Kia in the studio for a special pledge drive edition of the Buzz.
VO5, Madison’s favorite dance band, join Jonathan in the studio.
Tim Yu, professor of English and Asian American Studies and director of the Asian American Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, discusses the controversial Yi-Fen Chou story.
Sina Davis and Stephanie Rearick, Allied Community Co-op board members, discuss plans and recent developments for a cooperative grocery store in Madison’s Allied neighborhood.