On March 24, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary Andrea Palm ordered people to stay in their homes, prohibited gatherings and closed all “non-essential businesses,” which includes bars, restaurants and theaters. You know the situation is serious when Wisconsin shuts down the bars. Now here we are, in […]
This is an important announcement. The world as we know it will end shortly. All residents of the Madison area over the age of twenty one are advised to head for shelter at the Madison Children’s Museum, starting Friday, March 8th at 6:00 p.m. The Adult Swim program Apocalypse Wow could be your only hope. […]
Eight O’Clock Buzz guest host Kia Karlen, filling-in for Briand Standing (away on assignment) interviews Katie Schaag, the organizer of The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever–A global en masse dance celebration to Kate Bush’s Wuthering Heights.
A gallon of conventionally-produced milk currently costs around three dollars. That price could rise to as high as six dollars a gallon if President Donald Trump succeeds in his promise to deport all undocumented immigrants in the United States. That’s because the dairy industry, in Wisconsin and elsewhere, depends heavily on immigrant workers from Mexico […]
Eight O’Clock Buzz guest host Kia Karlen, filling-in for Brian Standing (away on assignment), talks with the folks behind the CSArt project and about the fundraising dinners starting this Monday at Arts & Literature Laboratory. Kia visits with Bethany Jurewicz of VEA Events, the mastermind behind the dinner series, along with Jolynne Roorda from Arts […]
Two of the perennial bright spots in the dark Madison winters will be soon upon us: the 29th annual Folk Ball on January 27th — this year in the unfamiliar locale of Union South — and Yid Vicious’ 22nd traditional Groundhog Day — or close enough, February 4th — concert at Mother Fools Coffeehouse . […]