8 O'Clock Buzz
Wednesday, June 27, our host Peaches Lacey interviewed professor Joanne Pritchett from the Charles Hamilton Huston Institute on the education gap in minorities and the parents approach to their children education. Having parental seminars to help reduce the behavior gap. You may contact them via phone (608) 906-2880. The classes are held at 149 east […]
Tuesday, June 26 our host, Stacy Harbough, interviewed Brian Standing and Pam Andros for Make, Do, a program to match work space with Artists in the county of Dane. They start the program with a series of surveys, three, one is for artists (any one interested in creating some thing), one for people who have […]
On Tuesday, June 26 our host, Stacy Harbaugh, interviewed Lee Bishop from Nerd Nite, Madison. A monthly meeting that has three 20 minute lectures that have about a 10 minute break in between each lecture to refill on drinks and to recharge. Audience participation is greatly appreciated and to get in is free. http://madison.nerdnite.com If […]
On Friday, June 22 our host Jonathan Zarov interviewed Sarah Jaffe, associate editor at AlterNet. They discuss Glenn Beck and his “Declaration of war” on Glee. Glenn Beck is a popular radio host and Glee is a television series. For more information on Sarah Jaffe, visit the AlterNet site: http://www.alternet.org/authors/sarah-jaffe For more information on Glenn […]
Friday, June 22 our host Jonathan Zarov interviewed Dagmara Antkiewicz, director of day care center Red Caboose. They discuss day care centers, their high fees, and the effects this has on low income families. They also discuss Move your Caboose, a 5k run fundraising event, the proceeds of which go towards scholarship funds that allow […]
Thursday, June 21 our host Tony Castaneda interviewed Brendan M. Fischer, Staff Counsel for Media and Democracy. They discuss a campaign complaint that seems to be based in California. For more information on Brendan M. Fischer, visit this website: http://www.prwatch.org/users/35275/brendan-fischer.