Long-time listener Brad has a podcasting studio called Revolover Audio, with three currently running podcasts. In one of them, Adrienne Ranney was a character for several episodes, and she kind of interviews me about my projects, while we play clips and reminisce about fun studio moments. Some links for consideration: soundcloud.com/revolveraudio anchor.fm/rollingstonedpodcast anchor.fm/heroworshippodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYqk2KaK1BB8Yvq8aGHpljw?fbclid=IwAR0h11ye-6DmTFUHC852cJVHHnr1Q_Qxe8LMai6LUeAnOA6t8–qz4BDHDY (Lil […]
Veterans for Peace are troubled by the way Americans observe Veterans Day on November 11th “It was originally called Armistice Day, and established by Congress in 1926 to “perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations, (and later) a day dedicated to the cause of world peace.” For years, many churches rang their […]
Susan Sheldon talks with Jenny, In-Home Services Manager for Independent Living. Based in Madison, Wisconsin, and serving primarily Dane County, Independent Livingis a local nonprofit serving seniors and adults with disabilities. To learn more about personal care, senior apartments, Evening Meals on Wheels, home modifications and many other options.
The Madison Area Pagan Pride outreach coordinator, Pierre, speaks about pagans of old, “neopaganism,” and the many ways pagan lessons can affect our lives and our environment, and he brings us up to date on the growth and excitement of the 2019 Madison Area Pagan Pride Day at Winnequa Park in Monona, Wisconsin.
As you may know, there was a famous and pivotal event in Madison and University of Wisconsin history of May 1969 known by some as the Mifflin Street Riot and by others as The Battle of Miffland, which spread to the UW campus and went on for three days and nights. This was during the […]
The Dude and Naddy Red fill the hour with news of union and class struggles and successes, shout-outs, and inspirational music.