Jazz for the Jail is an upcoming music fundraiser to help support the Jail Ministry project, which provides spiritual help to those who are in jail (not prison) and therefore not guaranteed it.
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Have you ever wondered how far the college graduates of the United States are in debt due to their student loans? Host Carousel Bayrd and guest Scot Ross answered this question on Tuesday July 23rd’s show of A Public Affair. Scot Ross informed listeners that student loan debt has reached an all-time high of 1.2 trillion dollars in the United States.
There are so many emotions still surrounding the acquittal of George Zimmerman – anger, sadness, distrust and a feeling of injustice. Milele Chikasa Anana, President of Umoja Magazine, Haywood Simmons, Owner of Phitness Plus, and Jackie and Darius Hunt joined Aaron Perry on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to discuss the legacy of this verdict.
Haywood Simmons joined our host Aaron Perry on the 8 O’clock Buzz to discuss Phitness Plus. Haywood Simmons is not only the owner and founder of this radical “phitness” program, but also a former Badger football star. He started at UW-Madison in ’91 and was on the team for the school’s first Rose Bowl win in ’93-’94. In addition, Haywood struggled with obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure as a child.
On Monday July 22nd, host John Quinlan discussed solutions to addressing poverty with David Riemer, an advocate for Milwaukee’s Community Advocates Public Policy Institute and Dane County Supervisor Heidi Wegleitner, a member of Dane County’s newly-established Poverty Commission.
Jon Michael Rasmus and Nichole Fromm have finally finished their Madison Eats blog, where they cataloged the experience of eating through the Isthmus’ Eats list in alphabetical order. JM Rasmus joined the Monday 8 O’Clock Buzz to describe this adventure.