On Monday February 4th, Brenda Konkel subbing for John Quinlan spoke with a panel of guests about issues surrounding homelessness and alcoholism in Madison. Brenda interviewed Craig Spaulding, Meg Rothstein, Bruce Wallbaum, Nate Abrahams, Ed Kuharski and two members of Madison’s homeless community, “Zombie” and Ronnie.
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George Crum invented potato chips in the 1850’s. Granville T. Woods invented the induction telegraph in 1887, and was known as the “Black Edison.” And Dr. Mark Dean worked for IBM and developed the hardware engineering for computers to “talk” to peripheral equipment like printers. Tune in to the Perpetual Notion Machine this Thursday, February […]
Last week we had Amelia Royko Maurer and Stephanie Rearick in the studio to talk about the tragic death of Madison musician Paul Heenan. Heenan was shot to death by a police officer in early November of last year. The circumstances of his death have left many friends and neighbors asking questions about the police’s policies.
Cast members, Marcy Weiland and Edric Johnson joined Greg Harris, director of Circle Mirror transformation, a Mercury Players Theater production. The play opens today and runs until mid February.
Matthew Rothschild, is the editor of Progressive magazine. He is also known for writing You Have No Rights: Stories of America in an Age of Repression. This Saturday, February 2nd, The Progressive will be presenting, The Untold History of the United States. It will be an evening with famous director Oliver Stone and historian Peter Kuznick. Matthew came by to talk a little bit more about the exciting event.
On Friday February 1st, host Esty Dinur spoke with author Sam Pizzigati about his book, “The Rich Don’t Always Win: The Forgotten Triumph over Plutocracy that Created the American Middle Class, 1900–1970.”