It might be safe to say that spring is here. And while we can’t celebrate like we did pre pandemic, we can still delight in the reemergence of one sure […]
Madison in the Sixties – In Memoriam, part 2 – business leaders Madison native Thomas E. Brittingham Jr., son of the great lumberman/philanthropist, and a founding trustee of the Wisconsin […]
Last Thursday, the City of Madison released a new draft of an ambitious plan to transform the former site of the Oscar Mayer plant and its surrounding area. The city […]
The Oscar Mayer plant came to Madison in 1919 and became a fixture of the Northside, employing thousands of workers over the years. In 2015, owner Kraft Heinz announced that […]
(WORT) — This week we cover the finger pointing over Oscar Mayer leaving Madison, tenure trouble at the University of Wisconsin, the loss of the state’s only nude beach, and Elizabeth DiNovella puts Bo Ryan in the penalty box.
(WORT) — This week we cover the future of the Oscar Mayer site, intolerance on the UW-Madison campus, and interview author Jon Ronson on his latest book So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed.