8 O'Clock Buzz
Friday host Jonathan Zarov speaks with Holly Cohn, an artist currently exhibiting her show the endless unbegun at the James Watrous Gallery, as well as Jody Clowes, Director of the James Watrous Gallery. Holly Cohn’s solo exhibition the endless begun and Letha Kelsey‘s solo exhibition Homing will be exhibiting from November 17th until January 28th, 2018 at the James […]
Jonathan Zarov speaks with Heather Swan, beekeeper and author of the new book Where Honeybees Thrive: Stories from the Field. It’s a book of creative nonfiction about honeybees, combining the work of artists, scientists, and entomologists. Heather Swan is a lecturer at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where she teaches environmental literature and writing. She is also a […]
Tony Castañeda speaks with Melissa Smith, an Elected Delegate at the Wisconsin Conservation Congress and Executive Director at Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf. They talk about a new bill being proposed by Reps. Adam Jarchow (R-Balsam Lake), Mary Felzkowski (R-Irma), Romaine Quinn (R-Rice Lake), and Sen. Tom Tiffany (R-Hazelhurst) that would stop game wardens from enforcing state or […]
Frokost. Smörgåsbord. Norwegian. Breakfast. Sons of Norway, Idun Lodge is hosting a Norwegian breakfast Saturday, November 18th, from 9-noon. Lucy Ghastin talks about what you can expect.
Justin Mendoza from “Public Citizen — Access to Medicine” talked to Jan Miyasaki about the potential nomination of Alex Azar, former president of Lily, to head HHS, and how his links to the pharmaceutical giant would cozy the drug companies up to the government, which is supposed to regulate them.
November 1st through December 15th is the signup period for healthcare. Advocacy and Benefits Counseling (ABC) for Health, Inc., is a Wisconsin-based, nonprofit public interest law firm dedicated to ensuring health care access for children and families, particularly those with special needs or who are at risk. Anna Kaminski talks about how that group can […]