Jerome Dillard from Ex Incarcerated Persons Organizing (ExPO) talks with Ramiah Whiteside, Barron Walker, and James Morgan about their problems, ideas, and solutions to re-integrating persons released from prisons into the community.
When you think of musical theater, you surely think necromancy, demonic possession and chainsaw gore. What better source material for a Broadway musical production than a low-budget horror movie so gory that it earned not only an X rating from the U.S. Motion Picture Association, but also a “video nasty” designation in the U.K.? That’s […]
Canadian filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas De Pencier and Edward Burtynsky, creators of “Manufactured Landscapes” and “Watermark” release the final installment of their epic environmental documentary trilogy, “Anthropocene: The Human Epoch” this Wednesday, September 25th. The film will premiere simultaneously in 115 cities across the United States, including Madison, Wisconsin. The film will show as part […]
Starting as a couple of people who wanted to share a few tools back in 2013, Madison makerspace the Bodgery recently took over a 14,000 square foot former machine shop on the grounds of the former Oscar Mayer plant. The Bodgery is part of a growing hackerspace movement. Bodgery Board President John Eich joined Monday […]
In a time of fake news and misinformation, one scholar is untangling how conspiracy theories are formed and spread. Jordan Foley is a grad student at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and his research focuses on political polarization, media effects, political psychology, and civic participation. He joins Buzz host Jonathan Zarov in the […]
A national action day organized by the Youth Climate Action Team is scheduled for this coming Friday, as reported by organizers Ella Kunstman, a senior at West High School, and Clio Maya-Johnson, a junior at East. The two students talk with Jan Miyasaki about the planned activities that day, and why THEY are up-in-arms about […]