Volunteer Lincoln Tice speaks with Akire Trestrail and Dr. Bruce Thomadsen, researchers in the Medical Physics Dept. at the UW-Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health, about their research on “directional brachytherapy” radiation therapy.
Donald Trump famously promised to drain the swamp, but surrounding himself with alligators is a curious way of doing it. Alligators like swamps. Trump’s appointees have more wealth between them than the poorest one third of American households combined. In this commentary, Mike McCabe takes a look at the president’s cast of characters being put […]
Just before Donald Trump’s inauguration, The Hill reported that his administration is planning to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Together, these two agencies have provided millions of dollars to support art projects across the country since they were created in the mid 1960s. In fact, since 2010 […]
Madison, 1967. A big year for the Madison Equal Opportunities Commission. It wins passage of an historic expansion of the fair housing ordinance. It holds riveting public hearings into the state of police-community relations, and issues a disturbing report. But it loses its chair, Rev. James C. Wright, off for a planned two years at […]
Ingredients: 2 cups water 4 cardamom pods, smashed 2-3 pieces of fresh ginger 1 cinnamon stick 1-2 pieces star anise 1 cup milk 3 teaspoons loose black tea Sweetener, to taste Preparation: Combine the water, cardamom, ginger, cinnamon and star anise together in a small sauce pan and bring to a boil. Lower heat and […]
Madison band Miyha’s first EP, the recently released Happy Birthday, Nick, combines bright guitar-pop with unsparing lyrics. Guitarist/singer Alejandra Perez, formerly of Tarpaulin and Automatically Yours, uses the EPs five songs to unpack the fond memories and indignities of a broken relationship. Songs like “Dodge Or Pine,” “92/69/39 (Ryan Adams),” and “Raspberry Kombucha” feel very true […]