(WORT) — The Woman’s Club of Madison was a power force for change as the city moved into the 20th century. In this episode of the Madison History Podcast, Stu Levitan tells us about a number of progressive reforms championed by the group.
MADISON (WORT) — The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s most notorious prankster Leon Varjian died suddenly this week at his home in New Jersey. We dug deep into the archives and found a rare interview with Varjian from WORT’s A Public Affair first heard in 1988.
MADISON (WORT) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker as a political punching bag during her first campaign stop in Wisconsin. Walker was a convenient foil for Clinton to help demonstrate her focus on addressing income inequality.
MADISON (WORT) — Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is authorizing the publicly commissioned Philosopher’s Grove art installation to be removed. Soglin says the concentration of homeless people and others are to blame for frequent lawbreaking. Dylan Brogan reports.
MADISON (WORT) — In the latest edition of Isthmus, News Editor Joe Tarr has the details on Exact Sciences’ innovative test for colon cancer and what it may mean for Madison.
Capital Times film writer Rob Thomas shares his perspective on the changing Madison moviegoing landscape with Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon.