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Stage Write

Taking a closer look at Madison theater
You Will Remember Their Names

You Will Remember Their Names

Fueled by an electric chemistry between its leads, MTM's 'Bonnie & Clyde' shows us the human side of the historic gangsters

Posted 07/22/14 @ 04:09 PM

Classically Speaking

A Journey Through Madison's Classical Music Scene
It’s True: An Evening with a Princess Could Be Yours

It’s True: An Evening with a Princess Could Be Yours

Madison Savoyards launch their second half-century with Gilbert and Sullivan’s 'Princess Ida'

Posted 07/22/14 @ 10:20 AM

Local Flavor

A Culinary Adventure, From Gardens and Markets to Restaurants and Home Kitchens
A Midwestern Beach Getaway

A Midwestern Beach Getaway

Michigan City makes for a beautiful—and delicious—getaway

Posted 07/18/14 @ 02:44 PM

Classically Speaking

A Journey Through Madison's Classical Music Scene
Handel Aria Competition Produces More Winners Than Prizes

Handel Aria Competition Produces More Winners Than Prizes

Second-year event is quickly becoming a showcase for international talent

Posted 07/18/14 @ 01:55 PM

Local Sounds

Exploring Madison's Music Scene
Live on King Street Kicks Off This Week

Live on King Street Kicks Off This Week

Go see tUnE-yArDs for free this Friday!

Posted 07/16/14 @ 10:33 AM

Stage Write

Taking a closer look at Madison theater
MTM's Gangsters at Large

MTM's Gangsters at Large

MTM's strategy of having the stars of 'Bonnie & Clyde' pop up in popular Madison locations works like a perfect heist

Posted 07/15/14 @ 02:56 PM

The Chow Down

Checking Out the Local Food and Drink Scene
Beer Tastings, Farm Brunch, Restaurant Week and Other Foods Events This Week

Beer Tastings, Farm Brunch, Restaurant Week and Other Foods Events This Week

Beer events at Great Dane, Brasserie V and Nau-Ti-Gal, plus a Wormfarm Institute Symposium

Posted 07/15/14 @ 02:36 PM

Window Shopping

The Deals and the Dish on Where You Need to Shop
The Best Dresses for Your Body Type

The Best Dresses for Your Body Type

Stumped on what to wear for an round, pear-shaped, tall, petite, boyish or plus-size figure? Here's your guide.

Posted 07/15/14 @ 01:38 PM

Artscape

Exploring Visual Arts across Madison
Empowerment Through Photography

Empowerment Through Photography

The Body Project celebrates women of all sizes, shapes and ages

Posted 07/15/14 @ 11:24 AM

Stage Write

Taking a closer look at Madison theater
5 Takeaways from the 2014 Barties

5 Takeaways from the 2014 Barties

Slick production and a more serious, wide-ranging set of awards categories equals a night of wild fun for Madison's community theater crew

Posted 07/15/14 @ 11:05 AM

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The Curse of The Thing

The Curse of The Thing

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Future Politics

Future Politics

Four promising high school students gave me hope for a changing government

Madison Makers


Quince & Apple

Matt and Clare Stoner Fehsenfeld create small-batch preserves and syrups to satisfy even the most scrupulous of foodies

 

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Top Docs 2014

Top Docs 2014

Our biennial guide reveals the Madison area’s best physicians—as chosen by their peers in the local medical community

Mobile Mania

Mobile Mania

The Madison food cart scene, with fare ranging from falafel to fusion tacos, has never been stronger

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Let the Games Begin

Let the Games Begin

Shelby Richardson, president of the United States Amateur Tug of War Association, is excited to bring the sport’s world championships home to Madison

New Landscape Emerges on State Street

New Landscape Emerges on State Street

A sneak preview of 'Jason S. Yi: A Fragile Permanence'

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A Q&A with Kim Sponem

A Q&A with Kim Sponem

The Summit Credit Union CEO talks financial smarts, corporate citizenship and what life is like inside the corner office

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Biking Beautiful Viroqua

Biking Beautiful Viroqua

Discover challenging bike rides and gorgeous southwest Wisconsin scenery

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Spectrum 2014

Check out the 2014 edition of 'Spectrum'—a magazine celebrating diversity in the Madison area