Judge Doyle Square is the name for two important blocks in downtown Madison. They’re at the heart of a proposed development that is now 10 years in the making. This project encompasses numerous city issues, including parking, hotel rooms, the value of Monona Terrace, a public market, aging municipal offices, tax incremental financing, and business […]
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew is live in the studio to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity.
(WORT) — NPR veteran Alex Blumberg will be speaking in Madison as part of the University of Wisconsin’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
(WORT) — Isthmus contributor Liz Merfeld ventures out into the abyss to find the most remote spot in Dane County. Merfeld joins Dylan Brogan in studio.
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew looks at the legacy of Henrietta Swan Leavitt and her work researching Cepheid Variable stars. Leavitt’s story was just told at the Overture Center by Forward Theater Company.
(WORT) — Fifty-two years ago, the nation was stunned by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In this week’s episode, Stu Levitan describes how Madison reacted to the tragic news and the historical footnote that ties our city to that horrific day.