(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.
(WORT) — Isthmus Senior Contributor Jay Rath tells the story of UW alumn William Borucki, dubbed the planet hunter by NASA. Borucki’s work may have just given scientists a glimpse of alien life.
(WORT) — Author, actor, and essayist Sarah Vowell will be at the Madison Central Library Friday night as part of the Wisconsin Book Festival. Her latest literary work is Lafayette in the Somewhat United States, a humorous and historical portrait of the famous American Revolutionary general.
(WORT) — After laying low for several years, the Madison-formed instrumental rock band Cougar returns for a November 7 show at the Capitol Theater with Phox.
(WORT) — State lawmakers are debating whether to allow guns in University of Wisconsin campus buildings. Currently, guns and other concealed weapons are prohibited under UW rules. How do students feel about this potential change?