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Mother Jones Food and Agriculture reporter Tom Philpott joined the Monday 8 O’Clock Buzz for his monthly check-in with Brian Standing. Today’s topic: an arms race between plant evolution and Monsanto.read article »
Donald Downs, legal constitutional scholar at U.W.-Madison, joined Brian Standing on the Buzz to discuss the good and the bad of the federal court’s Capitol access decision.read article »
On the Monday, July 15th 8 O’Clock Buzz, Scott Gordon joined host Brian Standing to discuss his podcast project Madison Arts Extract. In the wake of The Onion and the Madison AV club leaving the city, this podcast program seeks to fill the gap for local arts events.read article »
Have you ever wanted to go back and re-live some of your most embarrassing high-school moments – with an adult perspective? Comedian Chris Lay joins Stacy Harbaugh on the Buzz to tell you that now you can!read article »
Director of Development at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art Elizabeth Tucker joined the 8 O’Clock Buzz to discuss the upcoming Art Fair on the Square.read article »
Madison Savoyards Ltd. Board President Jim Cain joins the July 12th Buzz to discuss their upcoming performance of the comic opera “Iolanthe” by Gilbert and Sullivan.read article »
This coming September, the fallow Union Corners on Madison’s East Side will experience yet another boombox sensation.read article »
This coming Sunday, local Trautman Family Farms celebrates their 10-year anniversary of operation with an “Open Farm Day”. Host Tony Casteneda talks with Scott Trautman to learn more.read article »
Friday, July 12th through Sunday, August 25th, the Overture Center will be displaying an art exhibit called “Systems of Abstraction”. Artist Beth Racette joined Jan Miyasaki on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to explain her work and the kinds of art that will be on display – specifically the use of “color and patterns of mark-making to explore social, geographical, and biological systems.” Listen to the entire interview:read article »
Sarah Salem, Ph.D student and writer in Cairo, joined Jan Miyasaki on the Buzz to talk about the varied political forces behind the Egyptian revolution and what she believes might be some of the outcomes.read article »