"Strictly Jazz Sounds" hosts Jane Reynolds and Steve Braunginn of WORT 89.9 FM will be saluted Wednesday with a live community jazz showcase.
A bit smaller but as zany as ever, the East Side fair and parade return this weekend.
The free musical celebration of community radio station WORT/FM 89.9 will feature headliner Jon Langford and His Fancymen.
Dozens of local cultural organizations from Madison Symphony Orchestra to Forward Theater Company to WORT/FM 89.9, are being buoyed by recently-awarded COVID-19 relief funding.
The station is joining more than 100 community radio stations nationwide in playing Sam Cooke’s civil rights anthem in honor of George Floyd.
A station volunteer had non life-threatening injuries after a shooter entered the Downtown radio station and opened fire early Sunday.
A shooter with an unknown motive entered WORT radio station on Sunday morning and shot at three volunteers in the broadcast studio. The shooter is still at large, but all the volunteers are free of serious injury.
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Longtime Madison journalist and alternative media leader Norman Stockwell has been named publisher of The Progressive Magazine.
The downtown project has been through major changes over the past decade and is once again up in the air.
The $14 million market is slated to go ahead over the next few years, with construction in 2018 and 2019.
The event will be from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday in Van Hise Room 104, 1220 Linden Dr.
There are events scheduled the next two Sundays that shift the focus from protest to celebration.
Management opposes excluding the east side store, where union support is weak.
A pro-union rally is set for Saturday, with votes on Dec. 16 and 17.
With no neighbors to disturb and no parking garage entrance to block, the WORT block party in its new location was an unmitigated success, organizers and some revelers said.
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“It was basically a pretty mellow event for aging hippies,” said one condo owner about the 16-year-old annual event. Fearing liability issues, other owners wanted the party moved.
For the past 16 years, the party has been on the 600 block of West Doty Street, but the station could not get enough residents to sign off on the block closure.
City officials denied Osaka House privilege to provide entertainment and discussed permits and entertainment licenses for others local venues …