Josh Duncan is the July 2016 artist in residence at the Madison Public Library. He’s taking the task seriously, indeed, focusing all of his multiple workshops on ultimately creating drawing a comic book zine about all the myriad wonders of the library itself. Josh has studied in Nebraska, and right here in Madison under the […]
It finally feels like summer today in Madison. But instead of hitting the parks or the pool, are the kids you know parked inside on the couch, playing with a smart phone or tablet? Are today’s teens spending too much time with their heads down, eyes glued to their phones? How young is too young […]
This Week This Is What I Ate contemplates parenthood and what that means to the dining out experience with a visit to ZuZu Cafe & Market!!
Young Shakespeare Players of Madison is a one-of-a-kind organization that produces full-length, un-modified Shakespeare plays year round, with everyone getting a part who tries out, and no child turned away for lack of funds.
Have you ever thought about how to talk with your kids about war and conflict? It’s a delicate topic that many parents aren’t comfortable breeching. Joey Guido, who runs that Daddy Brain program to help dads deal with family issues, has two guests: the first guest, Niki Walker, has written a book called Why Do […]
WORT news volunteer and Madison teacher Helena White presents her seventh annual program of words, thoughts, and music from the kids of East High. This year, kids of La Follette High join them. A student or two are also to be in the station to introduce the presented pieces and maybe offer some teen perspective.