Park Street Cultural Tour

Home on Park Street
Four Days in the Corridor
Neighborhoods
Experiencing Community
What the Kids Said

Day One
Chadbourne College
Sadie Pearson & Richard Davis
Trinity Church
Ideal Body Shop
Park Street Shoe Repair
Yee's Laundry
La Movida
Mercado Marimar
Bram's Addition

Day Two
Early Childhood Center
Yue-Wah Oriental Foods
Boys & Girls Club
Style & Grace Salon
St. Mark's Lutheran Church
Romnes Apartments
Yasmin's Halal Meat Market
Miracle's Home
Neighborhood House
Italian Workmen's Club
Family Potluck

Day Three
Meriter Hospital
Bayview Mural
Bocce Ball
Beth Israel Synagogue
Wisconsin Union Hoofers
Mexico Lindo
Fishing Along Wingra Creek

Day Four
AFL-CIO (Labor Temple)
Eugene Parks
Quality Ace Hardware
Oriental Shop
Lakeside Fibers
Chicken Underground
Family Daycare
Tropical Fish World
Quann Community Gardens
Multicultural Center

Street Scenes 1
Street Scenes 2
Park Street Delights 1
Park Street Delights 2

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Inside the radio studio

La Movida

1017 South Park Street

Outside the radio station La MovidaLa Movida is a Latino radio station. In the same studio is a Latino newspaper, Voz Latino. Both are done entirely in Spanish. The people in charge are Luis and Lupita Montoto. Before this Lupita had no radio experience but her husband, Luis, did. When they met, Luis was doing Spanish radio in Texas. They moved to Madison, and Luis found out that the city had no Latino radio station. Then he got the crazy idea that they could start one. So they looked around for a station that they could get time on. On a couple of the stations they got a few hours a week. But that really wasn't A microphone in the radio stationenough. Then they met Tom Walker, he is the owner of some radio stations and decided to get Luis and Lupita their own radio station. So they got the studio built, and now they are broadcasting music, weather, news, interviews and much more from 6 A.M. to 9 P.M.
–Benjamin

A control board in the radio stationThe Radio Station is on channel 1480 and 100% Latino.
–Cristina

When we went into the studio, I was very excited. I had never been in one before! There was a board with switches and lights on it. The red lights had P's on them and the yellow ones had A's on them.
–Leora

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