Christopher Paul Stelling is a true road warrior, playing over 200 shows a year, but he managed to find time in his hard-traveling’ tour schedule to sit down with P.C. in WORT’s studios for a performance and interview to be featured on today’s “One Fine Morning” at 11 AM.
MADISON (WORT) — Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is authorizing the publicly commissioned Philosopher’s Grove art installation to be removed. Soglin says the concentration of homeless people and others are to blame for frequent lawbreaking. Dylan Brogan reports.
To catch glimpses of the genius of Madison folk artist Sid Boyum, one needs only to peek into the quiet corners of the Schenk-Atwood neighborhood with an eye out for the whimsical. The concrete sculptures are instantly recognizable as belonging to the broad legacy Boyum’s work has built up over the decades. But that legacy […]
How will the city of Madison further address the homeless population? What actions are currently taking place by the mayor, the county executive, and their respective legislative bodies to help with this problem? On Tuesday, July 14th, Carousel Bayrd discussed homelessness with Madison City Council President Alder Denise Demarb and Dane County Board Supervisor Heidi Wegleitner.
MADISON (WORT) — 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders packed the Dane County Coliseum Wednesday night. Sanders called for strengthening union rights, increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour, and guaranteed paid vacation and medical leave for all Americans.
MADISON (WORT) — In the latest edition of Isthmus, News Editor Joe Tarr has the details on Exact Sciences’ innovative test for colon cancer and what it may mean for Madison.