Filmgoers in the Madison area are getting ready to say goodbye to a small but important screening series. The Micro-Wave Cinema Series launched in the spring of 2014, and it focuses […]
Meredith Nnoka‘s poetry works at the intersection of narrative and meticulous research, but it’s also drenched in emotion. Nnoka’s 2016 collection A Hunger Called Music: A Verse History Of Black […]
Tone Madison‘s Sarah Witman talks with Cheryl Bensman-Rowe and Paul Rowe, co-directors of the Madison Early Music Festival, which takes place July 9 through 16 on the UW-Madison campus. They discuss Shakespeare’s “death-iversary” […]
In 1957, the Russian dog Laika made international news as the first animal to enter earth’s orbit, aboard the Soviet Sputnik 2. Laika didn’t make it back alive, but the […]
Richard Davis has had a storied career in jazz. Named a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz master in 2014, Davis has performed and recorded with jazz luminaries such as […]
(WORT) — Professor Sara Goldrick-Rab speaks with WORT’s Darien Lamen about leaving UW Madison and the future of tenure and the Wisconsin Idea.