After 20 years on the air, a venerable black-owned community radio station has dropped its local talk programming. Earlier this week, the owners of Milwaukee’s WMCS 1290 AM pulled the plug on its local hosts.
The Solidarity Singers and other peaceful protesters camped out in front of the Assembly chambers during Governor Walker’s State of the State Address last night. In Our Backyard producer Dylan Brogan was also there and he caught up with a few local democrats to get their reaction to the Governor’s big speech. He spoke to […]
Madison is a food conscious town. We are blessed with abundance. Over the past twenty years, the number of restaurants in the city has exploded. But, faced with so many choices, how do you make a choice? Well, if you thought the only ways to judge a restaurant are by its atmosphere, its service, […]
It’s December and Christmas isn’t the only thing in the air this year. Several strains of the flu virus have shown up earlier and they are quickly spreading. Reporter Hayden Marx asked Spokesperson for the Centers for Disease Control Tom Skinner if there is a reason for the early start. Epidemiologist for Public Health of Madison […]
Are you looking for a farmer to grow organic food on your land — or a farmer looking for land to till in Madison? Well, the Farley Center Farm Incubator in Verona may have a solution for you. And it’s coming from the world of speed dating. Next Tuesday they will bring together farmers […]
Last month, Dane County opened the doors to a new Aging and Disability Resource Center. Just what is this facility and how can you use it? . Craig McComb caught up with the newly-hired ADRC Director, Jennifer Fischer. . Listen to the interview here: ARDC by wort-fm The Aging and Disability Resource Center is located […]