Tony Castaneda interviews Greg Gelembiuk of the Community Response Team (CRT) about Madison Police Chief Mike Koval’s leadership and policy problems, especially use of force policies. CRT is spearheading a community effort to make Koval accountable for his actions.
Britain’s Chilcot report lays out in detail the incompetence and outright lies used to sell the Iraq war. Tony Castaneda’s guests, Jennifer Loewenstein of Penn State and Norm Stockwell of The Progressive, discuss what was known during the war buildup versus the version peddled by Tony Blair, George Bush and other war supporters.
The Wisconsin Legislature recently prohibited access to public land on the Mississippi River by crossing railroad tracks. These lands are now effectively off limits. Tony Castaneda talks with Charlie Preusser, editor of the Crawford County Independent about whether there’s really a safety issue and how access could be restored.
Tony Castaneda chats with Bob Queen, longtime music organizer for the Marquette Waterfront Festival. Bob is known for bringing the best international music acts to the Waterfront and other neighborhood festivals. Find out about this year’s music lineup and other highlights of the festival, coming up this Saturday and Sunday at Yahara Place Park.
Comedian Frandu joins Tony Castaneda and Melissa Smith for a pledge-fueled chat about Frandu’s New York-to-Madison journey into comedy. Get a taste of Frandu’s show Too Tambien, running through June 4, and find out if Tony reaches his $85k fundraising goal!
Food carts serve up fun and variety to Madison’s food scene. This summer, Carts for Community will also be serving fresh, healthy options to Madison neighborhoods with limited food options. Tony Castaneda chats with Jessie Wartenweiler, coordinator of Carts for Community and Amy Swanson from the Curd Girl food cart about how people can participate […]