Sunday’s Superbowl LI game left a bad taste in many Americans’ mouths. On this edition of Game On, Liz DiNovella hands the mic over to David Lantz, who gives his take on a night that felt eerily similar to November 8th. Mucho sad.
Tone Madison’s Liz DiNovella talks with author and hip-hop historian Jeff Chang, who speaks at the Wisconsin Book Festival and at the Passing The Mic conference on October 22. His newest book is We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes On Race And Resegregation.
Tone Madison contributor Liz DiNovella talks with jazz improviser and avant-garde composer Ken Vandermark, who plays Friday, September 30 at Arts + Literature Lab in Madison. You can also read a version of that interview at tonemadison.com this week.
Tuesday Night Quarterbacking (leftovers) on the Wednesday morning Buzz with Liz DiNovella.
Liz DiNovella interviews Dave Zirin, Sportswriter for The Nation, about the Packers season and the upcoming playoffs. Theit discussion turns to sports-related injuries, and discuss the cultural impact on Brazil of the upcoming Olympic Games.
(WORT) — Capital Times reporter Bryna Godar joins Kristian Knutsen to explain the basics and share the latest about the proposed Madison Public Market.