For her final show before taking parental leave, Wednesday host Ali Muldrow talks to one of her all-time favorite poets, Andrea Gibson. They talk about identity, gender, and what it […]
Dave the Potter was an artisan enslaved in South Carolina from his birth in 1801 until the end of the Civil War. His impressive body of work includes 27 stoneware […]
For today’s show, Ali highlights the work of Sofia Snow, a community leader, writer, and performing artist who was recently named the director of the Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives […]
WORT celebrated World Radio Day 2019 at the Parched Eagle Taproom, 1444 East Washington Ave. This world-wide event brings volunteers and listeners together to appreciate independent, noncommercial, community radio. We […]
Johannes Wallmann’s latest album, Love Wins, draws on a couple of pivotal moments in the jazz pianist’s personal, political, and creative life. Wallmann and his husband Keith Borden were among the […]
Rob Franklin, better known as Rob Dz, performed live at the Madison & Dane County Martin Luther King Day tribute on January 16th.