Hiwot Adilow is an emerging writer who works at a crossroads of music, poetry, and performance. She has been a part of Madison-based music acts such as The Bellhops and ME eN YOU, but recently she has been writing and developing a new set of music as a solo artist. Adilow and her band were a hit at […]
Artist and designer Katie Garth made numerous contributions to the art community in Madison before relocating to Washington, DC last year. During her time in Madison, Garth was one of the organizers behind local printmaking collective Polka! Press, organized group art shows in town, worked as a designer for Planet Propaganda, and showed a lot of her […]
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Gill versus Whitford, a lawsuit that’s set to decide the fates of Wisconsin’s state legislative districts. Plaintiffs are arguing that Republicans gerrymandered the state Assembly’s map after the 2010 census. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Patrick Marley is covering the case in Washington D.C.
The bill would create a state licensing board specifically for sign language interpreters for the first time. That board would designate licenses based on the interpreters’ level of skill and experience. Representative Joel Kleefisch is one of the of the bill’s authors. He says having an interpreter with the right level of experience is crucial. […]
The bill would make a handful of changes to what cooperative businesses can do. One of the more controversial: allowing directors who are not members to join the board. State Rep. Gary Tauchen is an author of the bill. He says it provides necessary updates to dated co-op rules. “This legislation is designed to provide […]
This week’s podcast is a short one but will point you to a few compelling new releases from Madison-based artists. We’ve focused here on EPs, one-off single-ish releases, and albums that flew under our radar for one reason or another, but they range from trap music to sublimely stripped-down folk. They are: King Retro’s Retrospective EP. King […]