(WORT) — This week 132 years ago, a deafening crash was heard in downtown Madison. Horrified onlookers rushed to the Wisconsin State Capitol where a great cloud of dust hovered over the new south wing.
(WORT) — The Urban Community Arts Network is a Madison-based non-profit group that works to support the city’s hip-hop community through fostering and empowering musicians and artists. The group, known as UCAN, is celebrating the local scene this weekend with the sixth annual Madison Hip-Hop Awards. The show will be held on Saturday, November 7 at the Barrymore Theatre.
(WORT) — UW astronomers Arthur Eigenbrot and Anna Williams discuss the aurora forecast and share the details on a comet spraying alcohol into space!
(WORT) — Reverend Everett Mitchell is running to replace retiring Dane County Circuit Court Judge Amy Smith. The newly announced candidate joins Helena White in the WORT studios.
(WORT) — Exact Sciences is ditching a plan to develop a new headquarters downtown as part of the City of Madison’s Judge Doyle Square project.
(WORT) — John Drake, aka Suit & Tie Guy, never planned on building modular synthesizers and making music for a living. But as WORT’s Sallie Steiner finds out, Drake’s love of analog electronic instruments has evolved into a full-fledged career.