Tomorrow is Earth Day. The first Earth Day was 51 years ago and was spearheaded by then US Senator from Wisconsin Gaylord Nelson. Ahead of the holiday, the Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway unveiled a two-year plan to address climate issues. “We have so little time to make a difference before we will experience irreversible and catastrophic […]
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As part of sweeping cutbacks to the Madison Library System’s operations, the Library Board voted on Thursday to shut down the Monroe Street branch for all of 2021. In a 5-4 vote, board members recommended a budget that would cut five percent, or about one million dollars, from the system’s 2021 budget. The tight decision […]
In a press release issued this morning, a dozen Madison Alders and Dane County Council Members expressed their concern over the county’s plans to begin reopening non-essential businesses this week. In the release, the officials wrote that the move into Phase One of Forward Dane is premature and could result in a spike in COVID-19 […]
Nina Kravinsky sat down with the candidates running to represent District 13 on the Madison City Council: Tag Evers and David Hoffert.
“In order to have a vital culture, you need a diverse mix of media.” That’s how concert promoter Tag Evers (True Endeavors, LLC) explains his decision to support WORT on an ongoing basis. Evers founded True Endeavors in 1992, four years after moving to Madison from Dayton (Ohio) for a Ph.D. program in agricultural economics. […]