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Helena White, cohost of On The Horizon, interviewed November Criminals, a band from Milwaukee who blend hip hop and polka music. White asked them about their traditional polka and alternative polka influences and provides musical examples of the bands discussed. Tune in to hear a diverse range of accordion based music including Frankie Yankovic and […]
The August Derleth Society And The Wisconsin Idea Theatre Present: Return to Walden West by August Derleth For all the years of his life, Sac Prairie, Wisconsin was August Derleth’s Walden; he spent six decades illustrating his belief that his native village and the lives of its inhabitants make up a microcosmos that reflects the universal truths […]
pacificanetwork · Coulee Creek Celebrates Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard In the summer of 2020, a group of musicians met in an open-air pavilion in a small town along the banks of the Mississippi. The musicians, of the band Coulee Creek, represented a variety of musical influences and training in jazz, blues, country, classical, […]
Collegeland is a podcast sharing the untold stories from campuses around the United States, co-hosted by professors Nan Enstad and Lisa Levenstein. Tonight, the Access Hour will be featuring episode 8: Beyond the Land-Grab University. Land-grant universities are the legacy of the Morrill Act of 1862, which gave states throughout the Midwest and West upwards […]
As traumatic as the pandemic has been, imagine if you were locked up, where you cannot properly socially distance, or always get access to hand sanitizer. Imagine watching your cellmate slowly getting sicker and sicker. On this edition of the Access Hour, host Ramiah Whiteside, a coordinator with Ex-Incarcerated People Organizing (EXPO) gives us a […]
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Google receives 1 billion searches for health information a day. People are searching online for their health information but where do they go from their searches? What websites are reliable? Once you get the information, how do you check for credibility? Everyone can experience low health literacy – the ability to understand information about […]