A firefighter falls, new housing for migrant workers, a new gun registration ordinance, and a twin tragedy in Vietnam. Just some of the events making news this week in Madison in the Sixties. The second week of January January 8, 1966 – Fireman Daniel P. Parkinson Jr., 33, dies of smoke inhalation when a falling […]
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Luke Tonachel, Director, Clean Vehicles and Fuels Group, Climate and Energy Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council talks with the WEB about the federal rollback of the fuel economy standards. The fuel economy standards require gradual improvements in mpg for vehicles over time. If we kept the current standards in place the average new […]
On this episode of the WEB we replay one of our favorite interviews. We talk with Lauren Azar about the grid, microgrids, threats to the grid and the future of renewable energy. A former DOE and WI Public Service Commission official – Ms. Azar was appointed in December 2018 to Gov. Evers’ Agriculture, Energy, and Natural […]
We’ll be celebrating the life of Jody Williams on tonight’s edition of Two for the Blues from 8-10 PM. Jody died on 12/1/2018 at age 83. Jody got his start playing on street corners and talent shows with Bo Diddley in a group known as Ellis McDaniels and the Hipsters (Ellis is Bo Diddley’s original […]
High Noon Saloon and WORT FM present the WORT FM 43rd Annual Birthday Bash! -featuring- Jaedyn James & The Hunger w/ Tony Kannen & The Sound Garden Crew Sponsored by Madison Essentials and Marquette Hotel Sunday, December 9, 2018 High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI Doors at 6:30PM / Show at 7:00PM | 18+ These […]