Mike McCabe says the media coverage of political races are unbearably exacerbating. In this week’s Democracy Checkup, McCabe explains why citizens are craving new politics and better journalism when it comes to elections.
Martha Glowacki is a Wisconsin- based artist who focuses mainly on the natural world and the history of science in her work. She currently has a show of installations and sculptures at the Chazen Museum of Art, Martha Glowacki’s Natural History, Observations and Reflections, which is on view until May 14. The works in this […]
Let’s talk about worms, shall we? And these aren’t your grandmother’s basic slimy worms that help your garden grow. We are talking jumping worms, and they are as strange as they sound. Not only are they a detriment to your garden, they are also a bit terrifying. #zombieworms #biblicalplague Producer Alejandro Alonso Galva reached out […]
Ingredients: 1 Package of Spinach Pasta (I like to use R&P Pasta) 2-3 tablespoons olive oil 1 clove garlic finely diced or grated. 1 can garbanzo beans 1-2 big bunches of fresh herbs (I like parsley and mint, but I’ve also used dill and/or basil, whatever you have that is fresh and laying around) 1/2-3/4 […]
Drones, tanks, and heavy armored vehicles. The Madison Police Department is making some changes in their hardware and equipment, including buying a couple new drones. In March, Madison police received a report of a missing disabled teen. To find the teen as quickly as possible, police borrowed drones from a neighboring department to aid in […]
Throughout the last several months, UW-Madison’s Continuing Studies program has featured seminars and courses highlighting Aldo Leopold and his contributions to conservation. So, in this Earth Day edition of the Perpetual Notion Machine, we explore Aldo Leopold’s legacy, but also whether he’s still relevant in today’s society. Joining us are two scholars who know all […]