Monthly Archives: August 2018

One Injured in Shooting at Madison Radio Station WORT

Author: Martin Rakacolli One man was shot at Madison radio station WORT early Sunday morning. Officials took him to a hospital, where according to the station he made a quick recovery. There were “no major injuries or fatalities,” according … Read More >

Student-Activists March Against NRA, For Stricter Gun Control

Author: Will Kenneally Dozens marched from Library Mall to the Capitol steps Saturday to protest the National Rifle Association’s involvement in politics and to advocate for stricter gun control. The march, organized by high school activists and the group … Read More >

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Review

Author: John Kinney   Unknown Mortal Orchestra opened their sold-out show at Majestic Theatre with an extended, moving guitar jam built around “From the Sun” from their album II. Frontman Ruban Nielson used a wireless connection to his amp, allowing … Read More >

An Interview with Paul Cherry at Pitchfork Music Festival

Author: Zach Adams Rising star and jazz-pop connoisseur Paul Cherry brought his unique sound to Pitchfork’s Green Stage on the second day of the festival. Brought up in Chicago’s lo-fi rock scene, Cherry (real name Paul Cherewick) completely altered his … Read More >