I should actually say, Poets, Call us! The Monday Morning Buzz with Brian Standing has set up a phone line to take your voicemails. We want you to […]
On Monday, March 25, 2013, Brian Standing takes a short breather from the 8 O’Clock Buzz and lets shows producer, David […]
On Monday, March 25, 2013, Brian Standing was joined by Don Stanley. Stanley is an expert on digital communication strategies, social media, twitter marketing strategy and web design. The two […]
This week Madison’s commonwealth gallery and Monsters Of Poetry host Wild In America. A collaborative painting, performance and poetry exhibit. The project pairs local writers and artists to create one […]
Diane Nash, co-founder and strategist for the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, spoke in Madison last Wednesday at Edgewood College. Among her many accomplishments during the civil rights era Nash led the 1961 Freedom Rides, worked with the Southern Leadership Council, and engineered the Lunch-counter integration Sit-ins in Nashville. The 8 O’Clock Buzz captured audio from her talk on smart civil disobedience. “Voting is important but voting is not nearly enough. You spend ten minutes in the voting booth every two years and think that you are going to have the kind of society that you want. It is just not happening.”
With Governor Scott Walker proposing dramatic changes to the public education system in Wisconsin the upcoming school board elections in Madison are quite significant. Wondering what the Madison School Board Candidates are saying at the public forums? Well, the Monday morning Buzz has your back. On this page you will find both audio and video from the public hearing.