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HOUSING FIRST IN DANE COUNTY

Guests: Jim Blanchard, co-chair, Dane County Housing in Action Leadership Team Nan Cnare, VP of Community Impact, United Way of Dane County Homelessness is never an isolated issue. To confront homelessness, most emergency approaches address issues that contribute to homelessness before they find stable housing for families. This is what makes United Way’s Housing First… Read more »

ANGELS TAKE ON HOMELESSNESS AND INDEPENDENT LIVING FOR SENIORS

Guests: Nancy Latta, Publicity Chair, Attic Angel Sale and House & Garden Tour Jackson Fonder, Executive Director, MOM (Middleton Outreach Ministry) The Attic Angel Sale, Madison’s largest one-day re-sale event, is scheduled for Thursday, June 16th at High Point Church. The “Angels” 58th Annual House & Garden Tour follows on Monday, July 20th with tours… Read more »

BILL LUEDER’S: MADISON’S WATCHDOG

Guest: Bill Lueders, News Editor, Isthmus; Author; Project Leader, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism What does it mean to be a journalist? For the past 25 years, Bill Lueders has been News Editor of Isthmus, and the paper has reflected his tenacious quality of getting to the bottom of the story. Examples of Bill’s award-winning… Read more »

RENOWNED HISTORY PROFESSOR, JEREMI SURI, TO LEAVE UW-MADISON FOR TEXAS

Just meeting Jeremi Suri is a joyful experience. His engaging personality is infectious and goes way beyond the UW-Madison classroom. For the past ten years, Jeremi has served as the prestigious E. Gordon Fox professor of history at UW-Madison. He has authored award-winning books including Henry Kissinger and the American Century, and has another book,… Read more »

RESILIENCE RESEARCH CENTER BREAKS GROUND

Guests: Kate Stalker, Project Manager Cora White, Neighborhood Advocate The Center for Resilient Cities, a Madison and Milwaukee-based nonprofit whose mission is to help urban citizens and governments create healthy, economically attractive, sustainable environments, just broke ground on one of their largest projects. The Resilience Research Center will turn a four-acre site on Madison’s South… Read more »