TRANSCRIPT: You’re listening to Parks and Landmarks, an exploration of the underrated, outdoors. I’m Sean Bull. I’m not much for new year’s resolutions. As I write this, we’re halfway through […]
A Look Into the 2023 Political Crystal Ball, with Michael Wagner
It’s almost the New Year, a time for reflecting on the past year and looking forward to a fresh start in the next one. But after the political chaos of […]
How Much “Muck” Was “Sucked” in 2022?
The turning of a new year is a time of reflection. We look back on what we’ve accomplished, and set goals for the year ahead.
The same holds true for Dane County, which released a report earlier today on the amount of “muck” that got “sucked” out of the waterways this year. That’s all part of a years-long initiative to prevent flooding.
I joined the County Executive’s office in looking back on 2022.
A Convincing Case for Postcards in 2023
The winter holidays are the last stand for the ritual known as letter writing. When else do you put pen to paper, use stamps, and mail something? These days, why […]
What’s the Word: Resolutions
It’s a New Year here at WORT, and this week on “What’s the Word” Adam Schuster takes us through the history of resolutions, paying special attention to why they so […]
A Field Guide to Doing Nothing
Long, long ago, in 2019, artist Jenny Odell published the book How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy, “a field guide to doing nothing as an act of political […]