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The U.S. Labor market doesn’t work. So says economist Bob Haveman. He joined the Buzz with some ideas about how to fix it.read article »
One street, two neighborhoods, very different responses. Sixth district alder Marsha Rummel talks about redevelopment at Union Corners and Darbo-Worthington.read article »
First ash trees, now bats. Wisconsin was one of the last holdouts against White Nose Syndrome, a fungus that has devastated bat populations. No longer. Biologist David Blehert tells us what this could mean for Wisconsin’s flying mammals.read article »
Photographer Audre Rae will unveil her most recent work from Ethiopia, Luke Bassuener, aka DJ Asumaya spins some Ethiopian cassette tapes, and it all goes to benefit the Seeds of Africa program.read article »
The scientific evidence is in: human-influenced climate change is real and it started 5,000 years ago. UW Researcher Feng He joins us to tell us more.read article »
Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail continues to take shape. Luke Klobberdanz from the Ice Age Trail Foundation tells us how you can help build the trail.read article »
Acoustical engineer Trevor Cox joins us all the way from England to bring us a sampling of his favorite sounds from around the world.read article »
How a tiny species of yeast traveled from South American Patagonia to German Bavaria 500 years ago and helped create lager beer. Geneticist and yeast expert Chris Todd Hittinger brings us the story.read article »
Forty Eighth Assembly District representative Melissa Sargent joins us with the good, the bad, and the ugly from the 2014 legislative session.read article »
The Havens Center unveils a new socially minded film series this week. Patrick Barrett tells us all about it.read article »