(WORT) — This week we cover how UW-Madison students are feeling about the upcoming presidential race, what next for the closed General Motors plant in Janesville, and the All-Star saga of NHL player John Scott.
Molly Crabapple, known for her “witness journalism” for her illustrations of Occupy Wall Street, Guantanamo Bay, Syria, Rikers Island, and labor camps of Abu Dhabi, discusses her work and her new book “Drawing Blood” (spoiler, it’s not about working for the Red Cross).
Scott Gordon, from Tone Madison, joins host Liz DiNovella to discuss the 2016 Madison music scene, with musical samples of some upcoming releases by Dumb Vision, Brain Grimmer, Little Legend, Sincere Life, and others.
Host Liz DiNovella talks with Jessie Garcia, who became the first female sports television anchor in Wisconsin in 1992. Jessie discusses her book, “My Life with the Green & Gold”, Packer history, and her upcoming Wisconsin Olympic games.
Stephen Thompson, U.W. Wisconsin alumnus and music writer for NPR, talks to host Liz DiNovella about chicken wing Superbowl parties, the Green Bay Packers past and present, and music.
Liz DiNovella interviews Emily Mills, regular contributor to “Our Lives” magazine. They take a retrospective look at 2015, including football, roller derby, music, and life in general.