In a crowded field of contenders for the Wisconsin Democratic Governor’s race, one candidate hopes to stand out as what she calls the “next generation of leaders” in the state. Kelda Roys is among the 14 candidates who are currently running in the 2018 gubernatorial race. Producer Kai Brito speaks with Kelda Roys about her […]
WisCon is a feminist science fiction and fantasy convention with a feminist/social justice focus that’s held each year over Memorial Day Weekend in Madison. This year’s forty-second annual WisCon starts Friday, May 25th and lasts through Monday, May 28th. Joining Friday Buzz host Jonathan Zarov in the studio to tell us all about this sci […]
Soon, Wisconsin will be closing the Lincoln Hills juvenile detention center and dispersing residents to the counties, which means that the Dane County Board needs to create a means to receive the children into our community. Next week, a panel presented by the Madison organization MOSES (Madison Organizing in Strength, Equality, and Solidarity) will discuss […]
Madison’s venue and art gallery Arts + Literature Laboratory has a unique program to support Madison artists. Much like Community Supported Agriculture programs, in which shareholders invest in a local farm and receive shares of fruits and vegetables, the CSArt program at the Arts and Literature Lab invites shareholders to invest directly in a group […]
A bill introduced by Sens. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., and Tim Kaine, D-Va., would give the president a virtual blank check to expand the current war against various terrorist groups to new enemies and new locations of the president’s choosing — according to NYU Brennan Center’s attorney Elizabeth Gotein. She talks with Jan Miaysaki about the […]
Community gardens aren’t just a place to grow vegetables, they can also be a place to grow relationships. Gardening for Good is in the second year of their “Space for Veterans” which provides garden space and gathering space for veterans. Coordinator Marge Pitts talks with Jan Miyasaki about the program.