On Friday October 12, host Jonathan Zarov spoke about Kim Johnson-Bair’s new book 400 Saturdays: An Anthology of Vinyl Folklore. Kim Johnson-Bair began this project six years ago when she decided to work a story based on the experience of vinyl listening. She recounts listening to vinyls every Saturday morning with her brother growing up. […]
In the Friday October 12 Tech Report, host Jonathan Zarov spoke with Sandee Seiberlich about the newly released iPhone 5. Says Sandee, “It is a much faster processor, and it has a nicer display. With its release came the release of iOs 6 – which will affect a lot of people.” All iPhone users from […]
On Friday October 12, host Jonathan Zarov spoke with actor and administrator at Broom Street Theater, Jan Levine Thal, and actor Luke Kokinos about the play “Seeking Flight,” written by Joan Broadman, and directed by Malissa Lamont and Heather Renkin. Seeking Flight is a play about two African Gray Parrots: one born in captivity […]
On Thursday October 11th, guest host Norm Stockwell spoke with Ellen Hodgeson Brown American lawyer, author and monetary reformer, David Cobb, American activist and was the 2004 presidential candidate of the Green Party, and Mother Fool’s co-owner, Stephanie Rearick. Norm discussed with the guests about the upcoming Economic Democracy Conference here in Madison from October […]
In this special pledge drive edition on Thursday October 11, Tony Castaneda spoke with Norman Stockwell, who will be speaking at and taking part in the Economic Democracy Conference, taking place in Madison this Oct 11 – 14. This is “the first ever conference of its kind” explains Stockwell, “Madison is really…a very appropriate […]
Tonight, Mary and Erin speak with Kiki Kosnick, one of the authors of Conceal and Carry: Queers Exposed, a theatrical production of original monologues by and about queers. Upcoming shows are Thursday, October 11 at UW-Madison’s Morphy Hall & Thursday, October 25 at Edgewood College’s Anderson Auditorium.