Thursday host Tony Castaneda speaks about net neutrality with Nate Toth, the 2018 Vice Chair of the Madison chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Thursday Buzz host Tony Castañeda speaks with James Botsford. In 2016, Botsford was sued by Enbridge’s subsidiary, North Dakota Pipeline Co., when he refused to sell the company his land in the Baaken oilfields of western North Dakota. To learn more about Kelo v. New London, the 2005 Supreme Court case that extended the reach of […]
Tony Castañeda speaks with Melissa Smith, an Elected Delegate at the Wisconsin Conservation Congress and Executive Director at Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf. They talk about a new bill being proposed by Reps. Adam Jarchow (R-Balsam Lake), Mary Felzkowski (R-Irma), Romaine Quinn (R-Rice Lake), and Sen. Tom Tiffany (R-Hazelhurst) that would stop game wardens from enforcing state or […]
Tony Castañeda speaks with Peter Boger, curator of the sixth annual environmental film festival Tales from Planet Earth, from the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. Films will screen this weekend, from Friday, November 3rd to Sunday, November 5th. Keynote speakers include environmental activist Winona LaDuke and Savi Horne of the Land Loss Prevention Project.
Thursday host Tony Castañeda speaks with Martha Glowacki, curator of The Capitol at 100: Madison Artists Celebrate the Centennial, an exhibition celebrating the centennial of the Wisconsin State Capitol building. Exhibition artists, including guests Patrick J.B. Flynn and Eric Baillies, have work that comment on the history, architecture, and cultural symbolism of the Capitol building. The opening […]
Did you know Madison has a musician’s union? Tony’s guest is Bruce Fife, International Vice President of the American Federation of Musicians. Fife will be in town presenting at the Arts and Literature Lab, talking about the Fair Trade Music Campaign that is designed to create fair contracts and equitable business relationships for musicians and clubs.