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Thanks to a gubernatorial veto, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism will keep their offices on the U.W.-Madison campus and be able to continue their collaboration with the university. Executive director of the WCIJ Andy Hall joins the Buzz to discuss the controversial budget provision that would have evicted the organization from their offices and banned them from university affiliation.read article »
Absolutely Art hosts their annual Art-Walk, where artists and non-artists come to trade art supplies.read article »
Fermat’s Last Theater is coming to Madison’s Overture Center on August 1-4, 2013, to put on Shakespeare’s most controversial work, The Merchant of Venice. This show is a one-shot deal; this is the only time and place that this show will be shown.read article »
Late into the night last Tuesday, one female Senator took a stand against a controversial bill before the Texas state legislature. She literally stood up on the floor of the Texas Senate and spoke against and anti-abortion bill for nearly 13 hours. Her name is Wendy Davis and she succeeded in stopping the bill from passing.read article »
Dr. Robert L. Seward of the Mad as Hell doctors and Physicans for National Health Program explains what the Wisconsin state budget will mean for those individuals who no longer qualify for Badgercare.read article »
La Bomba Waters, member of women’s comedy group HAR, organizer and event planner, joined Tony Casteneda on the morning Buzz to talk about “Cougar Night” in Madison at the Inferno Nightclub on Friday, June 28th. Yes, it is what it sounds like. Listen to the entire interview:read article »
In commemoration of Bobby Blue Bland, Peaches Lacey interviewed Lee Parker, a musician who often collaboration with Bobby. Peaches Lacey hosts the Wednesday Buzz the last Wednesday of every month, and is also the host for Dusty Storm.read article »
“Garden Diva” Shellie Pierce elaborates on local Growing Power land trust in Madison and how to eat healthy this summer.read article »
Jeanne Erickson of Club TNT joins the 8 O’Clock Buzz to talk about upcoming events for the local TV show.read article »
On the Tuesday, June 25th 8 O’Clock Buzz, sub hosts Donna Parker and Hedi Rudd were joined by Sabrina “Heymiss Progress” and her personal trainer to talk about her work with spoken word in Madison. She has started the ‘Her Word is Bond‘ poetry slam at the Urban League, and has plans to continue to build this program. She also talked about her own personal fitness goals and how she has achieved them. Listen to the show:read article »