It’s Thanksgiving, and we hope you’re loosening your belt and enjoying an array of home-cooked meals with friends and family. Here on the WORT News, we’re serving up a full table of local food stories and interviews. So pour a glass of cider, draw your family and friends close, and feast on these audio delights. […]
WORT News and Public Affairs Director Molly Stentz is leaving the station after a decade of service. Thankfully, she’s not going too far — just a few notches up the radio dial. On Monday, she starts a new endeavor as the executive producer of Wisconsin Public Radio’s statewide morning show. In her ten years with […]
Long before the Civil War, thousands of African Americans owned property and worked the land as homestead farmers in the Northwest Territory, or the present-day states of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, and Wisconsin. On today’s episode, guest host Richelle Wilson and news director Molly Stentz uncover the forgotten history of Black pioneers on the first […]
Molly Stentz sits down with Cap Times government reporter Abigail Becker for a roundup of what’s going on in local government– specifically, new official designs for the Madison Public Market, a Madison Finance Committee recommendation to give a $500,000 grant for a nonprofit arts facility, and teaser for the upcoming Cap Times Ideas Fest.
Once it was a laundromat, then a convenience store. Now, it’s become a popular spot for neighbors to buy weed.
The proprietors say it’s legal because the Mifflin Street storefront is now a Rastafari Church. The city of Madison says otherwise.
The spring election results are in, and Madison has a lot to say! First up on today’s show, WORT news director Molly Stentz catches up with Satya Rhodes-Conway, who defeated incumbent Paul Soglin in yesterday’s mayoral race. For the remainder of the hour, Molly is joined in the studio by Dylan Brogan, staff writer at […]