(WORT) — Madison referenda in the 60’s dealt with more than just streets, sewers, and schools. Stu Levitan reports on votes on war and peace, urban renewal, intellectual infrastructure and the future of mass transit.
(WORT) — In the this week’s Madison History Podcast, local historian Stu Levitan takes us back to this week in 1962.
Today, US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders called WORT ahead of his campaign visit to Madison. He explained why he thought students and young people were so attracted to his campaign. He would not offer a prediction for the April 5th primary election in Wisconsin, saying he is focusing his attention now on getting more people […]
Presidential primary campaigns are in full swing here in Wisconsin. WORT’s Darien Lamen talks with veteran political reporter Craig Gilbert, Washington DC bureau chief for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, about which way Wisconsinites be might be leaning.
I usually prepare this, sprinkle some cheese on top and serve it with corn tortillas and rice. Whatever you have in mind though, I am sure this tomatillo chicken will be a hit at your dinner table. Ingredients 2 chicken breasts, diced in 1 inch pieces 3 tablespoons vegetable oil Salt and pepper 1 pound […]
(WORT) — This week we cover the legacy of Tamara Grigsby, the pivotal school referendum vote in Montello, final business in the Wisconsin Senate, and a recipe for whole-roasted cauliflower.