Erika Jones from Fairshare CSA Coalition tells us about the upcoming CSA Open House and other programs that they run in order to make fresh local organic food more accessible. 7 Minutes in the Pantry is a weekly feature all about the people, businesses, and organizations working to create a more regionally-based, just, and resilient […]
This Wednesday, public high school students around the region, and the world, will walk out of school demanding political action to ensure safety from gun violence. Online events show that thousands of students and their supporters will participate in Madison alone. March 14th, will mark one month since the deadly shooting at a high school […]
Wisconsinites had their one chance to speak up publicly about a proposal to let Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn use 7 million gallons of water a day from Lake Michigan. The City of Racine is asking for an exception to the Great Lakes Water compact on its behalf — and it’s up to the Wisconsin DNR […]
Hollywood celebrated its biggest night of the year on Sunday with the Oscars. Sarah Hopefl and Eli Radtke give their hot take on the glitz and glam of the 90th Academy Awards ceremony.
Candidates for the Madison Board of Education participated in a forum at Mt. Zion Baptist Church on Madison’s south side last night. The Capital Times, Simpson Street Free Press and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority hosted the forum. All three candidates attended: Mary Burke, a three-term incumbent running unopposed for Seat 2, as well as incumbent […]
A new report from the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism out this weekend jumps into the lives of convicted felons in the state who are required to wear GPS monitors. Five years ago, a report from the center found a flawed program, people getting calls in the middle of the night, even going to jail […]