This month’s Subtle Desi Traits is part one of a two part episode series focusing on Racial Imposters in the light of the recent most Kay LeClaire debacle where she […]
Wisconsin Capitol tree lighting ceremony happened today
Sara: “Good afternoon folks and welcome to 2022 holiday tree lighting celebration. I am Sara Rodriguez, your lieutenant governor elect.” The holiday tree is a 30 foot Balsam fir from […]
Cardinal Call: What’s Next for the Lakeshore Nature Preserve?
On Tuesdays, the Daily Cardinal — one of UW-Madison’s student newspapers — shares the latest in campus news. This week, producer Hope Karnopp talks with incoming campus news editor Madeleine […]
A Canoe From 1000 B.C.
WORT 89.9FM Madison · A Canoe From 1000 BC 3,000 years ago, in 1,000 BCE, the Kingdom of Israel and the Assyrian Empire began. The Latins had just entered Italy. […]
1,200-Year-Old Canoe Reveals Ho-Chunk History in Madison
Last month, a 1,200-year-old dugout canoe was recovered from Lake Mendota in Madison. Today on the show, guest host Bert Zipperer puts this canoe in historical context with Bill Quackenbush, […]
Bill aims to strip parental rights from incarcerated parents
Yesterday, a crowd of people gathered into a Capitol hearing room yesterday. They were there to comment on a slate of bills being considered by an assembly committee on family […]