April 2014

April 2014

In This Issue

A Long Walk to Redemption

A Long Walk to Redemption

Madison Opera closes its season with the stunning 'Dead Man Walking,' and extends the stage throughout the city

Best Places to Work 2014

Best Places to Work 2014

While so many things are changing and affecting today’s workforce, the fundamentals of a top-notch workplace are standing the test of time

Departments

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Departments

Ask the Expert

Ask the Expert

Rehabilitating After Injury

Rehabilitating After Injury

Landscaping and outdoor remodeling

Landscaping and outdoor remodeling

On The Rebound

On The Rebound

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Dining Out

Top Wine Producers from the Historic Mendocino Region

Top Wine Producers from the Historic Mendocino Region

Four producers stand out for their quality products

Peruvian Perfection at Surco

Peruvian Perfection at Surco

Flavorful cuisine with innovative touches shines at this family restaurant

Visiting the Windy City Eataly

Visiting the Windy City Eataly

Chicago’s new giant Italian emporium has an impressive mix of imported and local products

Darn Good ’Q at That BBQ Joint

Darn Good ’Q at That BBQ Joint

The Willy Street shop serves the classics plus a few unorthodox options

25 Super Sandwich Spots to Try Now

25 Super Sandwich Spots to Try Now

Go beyond the PB&J with these creative and tasty sammies

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Habitat

Landscaping and outdoor remodeling

Landscaping and outdoor remodeling

A Practically Modern Dream Home in Fitchburg

A Practically Modern Dream Home in Fitchburg

A couple’s ranch utilizes straight lines, natural light and open layouts

A Flank Steak Recipe to Usher in Spring

A Flank Steak Recipe to Usher in Spring

Called Matambre, the layered Argentinian dish features fresh vegetables and boiled egg

Ask the Expert

Ask the Expert

Rehabilitating After Injury

Rehabilitating After Injury

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Madison Business

On The Rebound

On The Rebound

Sweet Tech Chicago

Sweet Tech Chicago

J.B. Pritzker has ignited Chicago’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. Can the same work here?

Micro-Location: The Next Digital Frontier?

Micro-Location: The Next Digital Frontier?

Location-aware technology offers exciting opportunities for businesses and consumers to connect, but security questions remain

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Spotlight

What to Do in April

What to Do in April

A whopping fifty events to make the most of the month

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Shopping & Style

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Perfect Pastels for Spring

Perfect Pastels for Spring

Embrace the season’s sweet side with accessories that exude a light-as-air feel in happy hues

The Montage Offers a Modern Mix of Home Goods

The Montage Offers a Modern Mix of Home Goods

The McFarland’s shop also sells jewelry, handbags, clothing and shoes

Spend an Indulgent Weekend in Door County

Spend an Indulgent Weekend in Door County

Spend an Indulgent Weekend in Door County

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First Person

A Q&A with Design MMoCA Exhibitor Jerry Chapa

A Q&A with Design MMoCA Exhibitor Jerry Chapa

The graphic designer discusses craft beer, his work style and the design scene in Madison versus San Jose

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Insider

Jennifer Cheatham’s Bright Promise

Jennifer Cheatham’s Bright Promise

A year into her role, the Madison schools superintendent offers a progress report on three important issues

Columns

Workplace Wonders

Workplace Wonders

The Best Thing You Can Do for Your Career is Step Away

The Best Thing You Can Do for Your Career is Step Away

Your best work doesn’t happen at your desk

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Out There

Is 26 the Worst Age in America?

Is 26 the Worst Age in America?

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For the Record

DMI’s 2014 Civic Agenda Could Make for a Dynamic Downtown

DMI’s 2014 Civic Agenda Could Make for a Dynamic Downtown

The new plan ties into recent community discussions on race, education, homelessness and economic development

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