Books & Beats with Stu Levitan, April 4, 2010
Mayor Dave Cieslewicz answers questions about the Central Library project. Next week - reflections on the Edgewater Hotel project.
He was the most famous and beloved American of his era, but everything we know about his final years may be totally wrong. Michael Shelden, author of Mark Twain: Man in White: The Grand Adventure of His Final Years [Random House], gives us the rest of the story (part one)
Patty Larkin has a great new release marking her quarter century as a recording artist, 25, featuring 25 of her friends joining on 25 of her best love songs. She'll be at the Brink Lounge Friday night in a benefit for Habitat for Humanity of Dane County, but we've got her first.
UW Prof. Emeritus John Milton Cooper is the country's leading authority on Woodrow Wilson, as he shows in this except from a recent presentation on his career-capping Woodrow Wilson: A Biography [Knopf].
Hope you can join us.