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Wednesday, July 4 we had a holiday special, where our engineer, John Miner hosted a prerecorded lectures from representatives of the Columbia Support Network. Where they presented a discussion on the human rights and mining incidents. The first speaker is Eunice Gibson, the second is Jack Laun, and the third is David Newby. You may look at their website http://colombiasupport.net/ for more information and you may call them at +1 (608) 257-8753 for more information.read article »
Tuesday, July 3 our host Aaron Perry interviewed Lester Moore a sever of the Madison police department gang unit, talks about gang units and about intervention,prevention,and re-entry, a way to reduce gang activity. As well as some insight on the police academy and the police. for more information visit the website http://www.cityofmadison.com/police/read article »
On Friday, June 29 our guest host Ankur Malhotra interviewed Kia Karlen and a few girls from Girls Rock Camp, Celia, Ruby, and Notcha. Girls Rock Camp is a summer camp for girls ages 8-18, where they chose their own instruments, write songs, produce them in an actual studio, and play them for the public to hear. You may visit their website at http://grcmadison.wordpress.com/ for more information and questions.read article »
On Friday, June 29, our host Ankur Malhotra interviewed Otto Dilba, owner of Ale Asylum, which has moved from their original settlement into a new location. Ale Asylum has increased its number of employees and has instated new equipment to increase efficiency and production. You can visit their website at http://www.aleasylum.com/read article »
Friday, June 29 our host Ankur Malhotra interviewed Jan Levine Thal and Heather Renkin from the Broom Street Theater for the production of Rubbery with Violets. Written by Siobhan Edge and directed by Jan Levine Thal, the play is filled with inept robbers, handsome policemen, and elderly women with odd problems. The play is rated PG 13 for language. The performances will run Thursday, Friday, Saturday in the time frame of Friday July 6-Saturday July 28 at the Broom Sweep Theater. For reservations or question call via phone (608) 244-8338 or check out the website http://bstonline.org/bst/read article »
Thursday, June 28 our host Tony Castaneda interviewed Jennifer Lowenz who talks about Egypt and the uprising. As well as the the Egyptian parliament actions right before the Egyptian election.read article »
Wednesday, June 27 our host Peaches Lacey interviewed Howard Thomas and Sam Thomas on the Thomas Catering Inc. Howard Thomas told us about his life and what helped him make the decision of making his own catering business. They make various types of food. You may contact them through e-mail atread article »
Wednesday, June 27, our host Peaches Lacey interviewed professor Joanne Pritchett from the Charles Hamilton Huston Institute on the education gap in minorities and the parents approach to their children education. Having parental seminars to help reduce the behavior gap. You may contact them via phone (608) 906-2880. The classes are held at 149 east wilson street and classes go from 5pm-8pm and has free child care.read article »
Tuesday, June 26 our host, Stacy Harbough, interviewed Brian Standing and Pam Andros for Make, Do, a program to match work space with Artists in the county of Dane. They start the program with a series of surveys, three, one is for artists (any one interested in creating some thing), one for people who have space, and one for zoning officials. Once the results of all the surveys get together then they will have a summit and brain storm ideas on how to connect the space with the artists that need them. If you have any comments questions you could contact then via e-mail at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org You can listen to the interview at Tues-june26-interview 2read article »
On Tuesday, June 26 our host, Stacy Harbaugh, interviewed Lee Bishop from Nerd Nite, Madison. A monthly meeting that has three 20 minute lectures that have about a 10 minute break in between each lecture to refill on drinks and to recharge. Audience participation is greatly appreciated and to get in is free. http://madison.nerdnite.com If you have any questions or comments you can contact them at their website at the above hyperlink.read article »