Jun 9, 2023
Madison's new bus routes start Sunday! Plus, MSCR has a new headquarters on the west side, tomorrow's jazz festival is entirely devoted to legendary saxophonist Wayner Shorter and the US Supreme Court sent Alabama back to the election map drawing board.
Jun 8, 2023
The Juneteenth flag is flying over the City-County Building in Madison, the lineup is set for the Boys and Girls Club White Party and Dr. Alex Gee is a Luminary, as honored by the Wisconsin Alumni Association.
Jun 7, 2023
On the podcast today, we remember Juan Jose Lopez, a community leader who always showed up, and who died yesterday at the age of 64. Plus, Madison Jazz Festival, an east side art project and a new business that provides transportation for people with dementia.
Jun 6, 2023
On the podcast today: an update on the Green Bay school closure plan, the Sessions at McPike Park are back for the 10th year, a new yoga studio opens in Milwaukee and the MKE Black Summer Marketplace returns this weekend.
Jun 5, 2023
On the podcast today: Latino community leaders push back against a school closure plan in Green Bay, Indigenous artists display their work in Mt. Horeb and the multicultural center at the UW-Madison School of Business has a new assistant director. Plus, the story of Rob's moderately humorous injury.