Local historian Stu Levitan takes us back to the second week in April, 1960.
(WORT) — Madison referenda in the 60’s dealt with more than just streets, sewers, and schools. Stu Levitan reports on votes on war and peace, urban renewal, intellectual infrastructure and the future of mass transit.
(WORT) — In the this week’s Madison History Podcast, local historian Stu Levitan takes us back to this week in 1962.
(WORT) — In the this week’s Madison History Podcast, local historian Stu Levitan takes us back to this week in 1967.
(WORT) — This week, we cover a small victory for Tiny Houses, legislation making it easier to privatize public water utilities, and the new tenure policy brewing at the University of Wisconsin.
(WORT) — The Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center has been prominent fixture of the Madison skyline for nearly two decades. However, famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright originally proposed Monona Terrace way back in 1939.