With just a few hours left until Valentine’s Day, tensions are running high and reservations are running out. Tonight, Sarah Hopefl and Eli Radtke look at some less-successful stories from the big, romantic day and share their thoughts on the holiday.
Super Bowl LII was Sunday night, with Justin Timberlake taking the stage during the halftime show in Minneapolis. In this Hopefl Hot Take, our host Sarah Hopefl shares her thoughts about the performance.
WORT is hiring an Assistant News Director. This position assists the news department in the production of WORT Local News, our hour-long weekday evening newscast. Our award-winning newscast airs nightly Monday through Thursday from 6-7pm. Listen to our stories live on 89.9FM, streamed online at wortfm.org, or on Soundcloud anytime. We cover Madison, Dane County, […]
Ingredients: 1 Package of Spinach Pasta (I like to use R&P Pasta) 2-3 tablespoons olive oil 1 clove garlic finely diced or grated. 1 can garbanzo beans 1-2 big bunches of fresh herbs (I like parsley and mint, but I’ve also used dill and/or basil, whatever you have that is fresh and laying around) 1/2-3/4 […]
Madison College Journalism Program, WORT 89.9 FM and The Progressive magazine present a live talk and book signing with Amy Goodman from Democracy Now! This will be on Saturday, May 6th, at 1:30 pm at Madison College downtown campus, 211 N. Carroll, room 240. The free event celebrates the paperback release of Democracy Now!–20 Years […]
What is the general impression of the budget for low-income individuals in Wisconsin? What’s good in the budget? What should we be worried about? Today longtime public interest attorney Vicky Selkowe joins Carousel Bard in the studio to discuss the Wisconsin State Budget and its impact on people in poverty in our state. Later, Dee Hall calls in […]