Madison’s Raemsich Farm Development moves ahead to city council, but many still worry about the noise from those incoming F-35 fighter jets. We’ll talk with neighborhood organizer Michelle Ellinger Linley.
In May of last year, Marty Rifkin of The Rifkin Group filed an application to rezone the Raemisch Farm area and develop 124 single-family lots and seven lots for future multi-family and mixed-use development. That kicked off a year-long process working with local community members in the area, which were concerned with how the project […]
Is there a link between vision and mental illness? Does social media really make us unhappy? How does science fit into President Trump’s budget proposal for 2021? Tonight on PNM Josh and Ary bring you up to speed on what’s been up in nerd news! More info: Blindness & Schizophrenia Baby Talk Technology & Mental […]
Last month, the Madison City Plan Commission unanimously approved a proposal to update and expand the Salvation Army homeless shelter on the east side. On today’s episode, we learn about the details of this project and the community’s response with Salvation Army director of social services Melissa Sorenson, city planner Tim Parks, and community development […]
The city of Madison is moving forward with plans for the Madison Public Market in the old Fleet Services building at the intersection of East Johnson and North First. On today’s episode, guest host Ron Luskin hosts a conversation about how the project is unfolding with guests Dan Kennelly, manager of the Office of Business […]
Ho-Chunk peoples have lived in this region for an estimated 12,000 years, and the Ho-Chunk Nation currently owns land in 14 counties in Wisconsin, including Dane County. For today’s show, guest host Ron Luskin is joined by Dan Brown, executive manager at Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison and former vice president of the Ho-Chunk Nation, to discuss […]