articles tagged "Jonathan Zarov"

The Not Quite Historically Accurate Django Unchained

Friday, 15 February 2013 | buzz

Stephen Kantrowitz’s new book is “More Than Freedom: Fighting for Black Citizenship in a White Republic, 1829-1889”. He is professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Kantrowitz joined the Buzz to talk about Quentin Tarantino’s new film, Django Unchained. more »


Friday, 8 February 2013 | buzz
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    On Friday, February 8th, 2013, Sandee Seiberlich spoke with Jonathan Zarov for this months edition of Tech Report. Once a month Seiberlich comes by the station to discuss technology. This week they focus on landlines. Do they exist anymore? Well, actually, over half of America still use landlines. Are landlines on the way out? Are we at the point where it makes sense for a household to only use cell phones? Listen to the always informative and entertaining Tech Report.    If you have a tech topic you’d like Seiberlich and Zarov to discus for an upcoming Tech Report contact Jonathan at here.   I’ve also included a link to a relevant music video.   more »

Gail Konop Baker

Friday, 4 January 2013 | buzz

On Friday January 4, 2013 our guest host Ankur Malhotra interviewed author Gail Konop Baker to speak about her podcast G Spot. The podcast also features house music from local musicians Quinn and Andy in the upcoming second season.   She explains how her podcast came about “It originated here. I was on Jonathan’s show after I wrote an article for the Huffington Post… after I went back into the dating scene after my divorce. The article got a lot of comments…” She explains that as she was talking about her article on the radio, she realized that she loved talking on the radio and decided to turn to podcasting.   Gail observed that her daughters, too, were in the dating scene, and began having several conversations about the topic with them. It was during these conversations that Gail decided to create a podcast about this, “wouldn’t it be interesting to have these conversations as a podcast between mother and daughter…really honest intimate conversations about it.” They speak on air about the various relationship issues that come up today, ranging from sperm banks and the proper way to refer to one’s partner to others. Gail explains that she and her daughters have always maintained an openness when it comes to discussing such issues with each other, and the purpose of the podcast is to share these topics with others too.   Visit  Visit The G Spot Podcast website. Like the The G Spot Podcast on Facebook.   Listen to the full interview here: more »

Karben4 Brewery

Friday, 4 January 2013 | buzz

On Friday January 4, 2013, our guest host Ankur Malhotra spoke with Ryan and Alex from the new Madison brewery Karben4. The brewery just had their soft opening this weekend, and will be coming out with a new beer each week for the next three Saturdays. The brewery is now open for business. The brewery is located at the old Ale Asylum in Madison.   Ryan explains that he learned the art of brewing beer when he worked at a brewery in Billings, Montana. He describes some of the beers he has brewed, including a smoked porter, amber and rye APA, a german malt soaked in beechwood. The brewery will be coming out with three new beers: the “Lady Luck”, an Irish red which is “not your typical Irish Red”, a session ale called “Undercover”, and a black IPA.   Read more about Karben4 on the Friday Buzz Bin Tumblr site. Like Karben4 on Facebook: Follow Karben4 on Twitter:   Karben4 3698 Kinsman Blvd. Madison, WI 53704   Listen to the interview here: more »

Handmade Madison: Indie Craft Marketplace

Friday, 14 December 2012 | buzz
Indie Craft Marketplace

On Friday Dec 14, Jonathan Zarov speaks with Jackie Matelski and Rachel Dolnick to speak about Handmade Madison: Indie Craft Marketplace. They encourage people to visit the marketplace so that they can meet with the artists who make the crafts. The items are all hand-made, including pet themed art, screen printed clothing, handbags, wood cutting boards, recycled leather jewelry, and more. The aim of the event is to provide a wide variety of locally-made items, with the artists present on site. “The marketplace is the best way for an artist to be making money. There’s no middle man for a gallery… once the vendor has set up and paid their booth fee, everything goes to them.” Jackie and Rachel are themselves artists – a potter and a jeweller. Handmade Madison: Indie Craft Marketplace Monona Terrace Saturday Dec 15 9 AM – 4 PM   Visit the Handmade Madison website. Read more about Handmade Madison, Rachel Dolnick, and Jackie Matelski on the Friday Buzz Bin Tumblr site. To learn about her pottery, visit   Listen to the interview here: more »

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