(WORT) — Few citizens did more to shape the look and of Madison then John Myers Olin. Also a UW Law professor, Olin was known by his contemporaries as the father of Madison’s park system and a man without peers.
(WORT) — Last week, the LISA Pathfinder was launched and is now testing new technologies to detect gravitational waves.
This week Sara’s Table takes us to Mexico for a traditional breakfast food that is a great way to use day-old leftover tortillas and is well known in the country as a fantastic hangover cure! Listen as Sara shares Martha Mata’s recipe for Chilaquiles.
(WORT) — Percy Brown Jr. is the director of equity and student achievement with the Middleton-Cross Plains School District. Brown spoke to Kristian Knusten on the phone to discuss the intersection of race and education — in Madison and around the Dane County region.
(WORT) — Noted Madison Architect Kenton Peters lives in a condo overlooking John Nolen Drive. For 40 years, he’s tried to convince the city to build a park on top of the busy thoroughfare right outside his window but will Madison ever be on board with his plan?
This year, this weekend actually, marks the 46th anniversary of The Christmas Lecture: Once Upon a Christmas Cheery, in the Lab of Shakhashiri. But before that, PNM was proud to have the brainchild and lead chemistry experimenter, Bassam Shakhashiri, as our guest. The inspiration of his lecture, according to Bassam, dates back to the early […]