In 2017, Kyle Hagge and Ben Rangel launched "Bridge the City," a podcast that investigates politics, criminal and youth justice, elections and more. Instead of just highlighting problems, however, the podcast focuses on solutions - and action, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
In "Backspin," hip-hop expert and DJ Tyrone Miller (DJ Bizzon) teams up with 88Nine's Music Director Justin Barney on a quest to answer the questions: Who exactly recorded Milwaukee's first hip-hop song, and how did Milwaukee create a hip-hop scene?
One of the local podcasts I'm a fan of is Bridge the City, a community-based podcast that helps bridge together people, resources and ideas to help inspire Milwaukee to take action. And their latest project sounds even cooler.
Once and again Milwaukeean Jim Hanke started his Vinyl Emergency podcast a year and a half ago while living in Chicago. But now that's he's back in Brew City, he's brought the respected music podcast with him.
Milwaukee natives Shavonda Sisson and Tracey Corder host the podcast "That's What She Said," featuring a flurry of subjects ranging from race in America to relationships, local news and more, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Wednesday October 2nd, 2013 – Fox Lake, IL I would really like to know who if anyone is able to hover anywhere even close to current with everything that’s going on in life these days. Show me even one example, and I’ll shut my mouth and admit the fault lies with...