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Joining Jonathan Zarov on the 8 O’Clock Buzz on Friday, May 3, 2013, was Melinda Van Slyke, a human rights worker for Guatemala since 1997.read article »
Tod Ohnstad, 65th Assembly District State Representative, (Democrat) joined Tony Castaneda on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to talk about pending issues in Wisconsin including a proposed iron mine in northern Wisconsin.read article »
Brenda K. Konkel, the Executive Director of Tenant Resource Center joined Tony Castaneda on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to talk about AB Assembly Bill 183 being pushed through the legislature. This bill has over 40 changes to tenant landlord laws, 19 effect the statewide.read article »
Peggy Choy of Peggy Choy Dance joined Jan Miyasaki on the Wednesday, 8 O’Clock Buzz. Choy is a UW Professor at the UW School of Dance. She joined the Buzz to talk about a series of dance events, “Like Water.”read article »
Patrick Hickey, Executive Director of the Workers Rights Center in Madison joined Jan Miyasaki on the Wednesday, 8 O’Clock Buzz. The Workers’ Rights Center is a community center dedicated to educating and advocating for worker justice. Listen to the full interview below:read article »
Charles Seife of ProPublica joined Jan Miyasaki on the Wednesday, 8 O’Clock Buzz, to talk about FDA approved drugs depite ongoing investigation of lab misconduct. Read his article here and Listen to the interview below:read article »
Joining Aaron Perry on the Tuesday 8 O’Clock Buzz, was Kaleem Caire, the CEO of Urban League Greater Madison.read article »
Joining Aaron Perry on the 8 O’Clock Buzz on Tuesday, April 30th, 2013, was April Sheel. Sheel is an athlete who recently participated in the Special Olympics. After qualifying for the state finals she came back to the buzz (first joining us in March of this year) to tell us about the event. She swam the 200-meter and a 400-meter swim.read article »
The Great Lakes are at their lowest levels ever which makes a person wonder, at what point does a depleting lake lose the “great” part of the title? Joining the 8 O’Clock Buzz on Monday, April 29th, UW Center for Climatic Research’s Val Bennington.read article »
Tenoir Louis Guerrier tells us about Ventures In People’s, a Wisconsin non-profit that works to bring education, clean water and agricultural opportunities to Haiti. Louis Guerrier will be giving a presentation, “Haiti Past And Present,” at Arboretum CoHousing tomorrow (4/30) at 7:30PM.read article »