On Friday, March 22nd, the 8 O’Clock Buzz featured an excerpt from Democracy Now. The segment features Amy Goodman and Arundhati Roy speaking about the Iraq war. Ten years ago the Iraq war began. Below is the video of the segment that was played on today’s Buzz.
On Friday, March 22nd, the 8 O’Clock Buzz invited members of the Fresco Opera to talk about their upcoming performance, “The Real Divas Of Dane County.” March 22nd (TODAY), 23rd, 24th at the Overture Center for the Arts.
On Thursday March 21st, Rebecca Kemble subbing for Allen Ruff hosted a split show. During the first half of the hour she spoke with Isthmus journalist Bruce Murphy about his cover story, ” The Powerful Pat Roggensack, Ed Fallone faces long odds in ousting a key member of the Supreme Court’s conservative bloc.” During the second half of the show Rebecca spoke with Steve Horn, a writer for The Progressive Magazine, about his article, “Free Market Champion to Take Over as UW-Madison Chancellor.”
Not everyone’s ready to give up Saturday mail. Fans of the post office will rally at the main Madison branch at 3903 Milwaukee Street on Sunday from 2PM to 4PM. Congressman Mark Pocan is expected to speak.
On Wednesday March 20th, host Karma Chavez interviewed a panel of guests on the importance of bilingual education. She spoke with Rhea Vedro, a Duel Language Immersion Parent Liason at MMSD, Ananda Mirilli, a local parent and Siliva Romeo Johnson, from Nuestro Mundo School.
Host, Jan Miyasaki, of the Wednesday morning, 8 O’Clock Buzz, was joined Erin Aagesen, Director of Health and Literacy at Wisconsin Literacy. Wisconsin Literacy Mission Statement: “Wisconsin Literacy’s vision is to strengthen Wisconsin’s workforce, families and communities through literacy. We pursue that vision by supporting adult, family and workplace literacy programs statewide […]