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The ability to write a poem or play a breath taking cello piece wouldn’t have been an adaptive evolutional quality for outrunning a lion, said Scott Barry Kaufman, in an interview with Jonathan Zarov on Friday, April 19th, 2013. So the question is, Kaufman continued, what is the value of it? Some theories say it had to do with sexual selection. Guitar playing bums of the world rejoice!read article »
On Monday, April 23rd, 2013, The 8 O’Clock Buzz with Aaron Perry spoke with Hedi Rudd and Donna Parker. Rudd and Parker joined the 8 O’Clock Buzz to talk about a kidney screening event on April 27th from 8am – 1pm at the Urban League of Greater Madison (2222 S. Park St.).read article »
On Monday, April 23rd, 2013, The 8 O’Clock Buzz with Aaron Perry spoke with Cora White. White is the Resilience Neighborhood Center Director with the Center for Resilient Cities. She joined the buzz to talk about her organization and an upcoming Community Health Fair.read article »
In Continuation of celebrating poetry month, Brian Standing read The Compost by Walt Whitman. 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 »
Cow-power is the biofuel of the new millennium. So says UW’s Garret Suen who has all the udder details. Alright, sorry, that pun was my misteak. Well, clearly, I’m milking this.read article »
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 »