Wisconsin Getting Hotter is a monthly series exploring the impact of the climate crisis on Wisconsin and how we can take action to change our current trajectory. To hear the series, tune in to WORT 89.9 FM every first Monday of the month at 11 a.m. or 6 p.m.
Madison, the second week of September 1969 The future of Madison mass transit is a mass of confusion, as the Madison bus company rejects the city council’s proposed one-year contract. It insists on the three-year contract it negotiated with Mayor William Dyke, or it says it will go out of business when the current contract […]
Hear a conversation about POLKA! with Don Hedeker of The Polkaholics. “Polka Can’t Die” is the name of an album by Chicago polka band The Polkaholics – a band who is keeping the polka tradition alive by injecting it with good old rock n roll! During ‘On the Horizon’ on Sunday, August 18th 2019, Helena […]
Madison, the first week of September, 1969. The showdown between Mayor William Dyke and the Common Council over how to provide bus service is averted – temporarily at least — when aldermanic advocates of public ownership realize they don’t have the 17 votes needed to override Dyke’s threatened veto, and agree with the mayor to […]
The Madison Metropolitan Sewerage Department is building a new addition to the sewer system in northeastern Madison. The project will insert a new interceptor line that will help manage the flow of sewage. The interceptor would be built next to Reindahl Park, close to East Washington Avenue. East Washington itself will remain open during the […]
You can find a podcast on anything you’re interested in. Do you love RuPaul’s Drag Race? There’s a podcast about that. Do you want more information on how they found the Golden State Killer? There are multiple podcasts about that. Are you for some reason passionate about snacks from Trader Joe’s? Yes, there is a […]