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Joining the 8 O’Clock Buzz on Thursday, April 24, 2013, was newly elected School Board Member, Dean Loumos. Dean Loumos is also on the board of WORT and Tony’s Boss, so needless-to-say, Tony was super nervous.read article »
On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, Aaron Perry spoke with Raynard Jackson, a Conservative Republican consultant. With the help of Mr. Jackson Perry was able to interview Dr. Akec Khoc – Ambassador of South Sudan. Listen below to the two-part interview first with Raynard Jackson followed soon after by Ambassador Khoc.read article »
On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, Aaron Perry invited Mariah Janisch, personal trainer and health expert, back to the 8 O’ Clock Buzz. This week the two talk about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. The syndrome is a condition in which women have an imbalanced of hormones, which may lead to ovarian cysts, trouble getting pregnant, and other health concerns.read article »
This week three poets called in to contribute to the Monday, 8 O’Clock Buzz, Vox Pop Line: Bob Cochin Hansen, an anynonmous poet, and Lisa Nunez. Interested in leaving a poem-message? Celebrate national poetry month with us: call the 8 O’Clock Buzz’s VoxPop line at 608-622-7899 and record your poem at the tone.read article »
If you’re doing time, Books For Prisoners wants to make sure you have, at least, a good book to read. Books For Prisoners have been around since 2006 and not much has changed except their facility has gotten nicer and they continually find ways to send more books each year. Thats all good news. Elizabeth Severson tells us more.read article »
The 2013 Pulitzer Prizes will be announced later today. Found Poetry Review doesn’t want to wait — they’re remixing the text of past Pulitzer winners to generate poetry. Today, April 15, 2013, on the 8 O’Clock Buzz we speak with Editor-in-Chief of Found Poetry Review, Jenni B. Baker and contributing, Beth Ayer.read article »