On the Monday, August 26th A Public Affair, host John Quinlan was joined by Sharyl Kato. For over 30 years, Sharyl has led the Rainbow Project, a group that works to prevent and treat childhood sexual abuse.
An Update on Turkey
On Thursday August 22nd, host Allen Ruff discussed recent mass protests and demonstrations in Turkey with UW grad student and Turkish national, Taylan Acar who just returned from Istanbul where he witnessed these events over the last months.
The WORT 89.9 FM Madison, Wisconsin Area Classical Music Calendar for ...
Thursday August 22, 5 pm and 8:30 pm at the Token Creek Festival Barn, 037 Hwy. 19 , DeForest. The Token Creek chamber Music Festival presents “Harry Warren & Vocal […]
The WORT 89.9FM Classical Music Calendar for the Week Beginning August...
Thursday, August 15 7 pm at Rennebohm Park, 115 North Eau Claire, Madison. The Capitol City Band presents its 802dn free summer concert. Friday August 16, 6 pm at the […]
Moving Time in Madison
The out-of state license plates and exponential increase of old furniture on the curb can only mean one thing – it’s moving time in Madison! Representatives from the Tenant Resource Center joined Karma Chavez to provide some tips on surviving your moving day, as well as the rest of the year.
Public Access to the State Capitol
What does freedom of speech really mean? How can we better understand the dilemma and tension over public access to the Capital and what are the implications for our politics and our government system? On Wednesday August 8th, host Tim Hansel talked with local first amendment lawyer Jeff Scott Olson and Robert Asen, Professor of Communication Arts and resident fellow for the Institute for Research in the Humanities to answer these questions.
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