MADISON (WORT) — Sara’s Table is a weekly show where I invite you to share what’s on my table. I’m not a trained chef. I just like to cook, eat and drink well with good friends. Come join me. -Sara McKinnon Download the recipe. Browned Butter, Brown Sugar Cookies Ingredients 2 sticks (or 16 tablespoons) […]
MADISON (WORT) — For the past two weeks, the small southwest Wisconsin city of Reedsburg was host to Fermentation Fest, a celebration of all things beer, cheese, pickles and beyond. This rural community brings thousands from around the state to sample and celebrate local arts and food. Also on display was a musical instrument called the […]
MADISON (WORT) — On Monday, Wisconsin Republicans introduced a bill that aims to prohibit the University of Wisconsin from creating gun-free zones. The bill’s authors say the measure would be a deterrent to crime and is not specifically a response to recent shootings on college campuses. The UW-Madison Police department is against the legislation and […]
MADISON (WORT) — This week 115 years ago, tens of thousands of people flocked to the Capitol Square for the one and only Carnival of 1900. Hosted by Madison Historian Stu Levitan.
MADISON (WORT) — The Nobel Prize for Physics was recently given to scientists researching neutrino oscillations. Turns out, subatomic particles have mass! To better understand this groundbreaking research, we turn to UW-Madison astronomers Arthur Eigenbrodt and Jenna Ryon.
MADISON (WORT) — Olbrich Park is one of Madison’s largest lakefront parks. But the story behind the park’s namesake Michael Olbrich is a tragic one. Hosted by Madison Historian Stu Levitan.