June 2014

June 2014

In This Issue

Big Bang Theories

Big Bang Theories

In the explosive gun debate, is there any middle ground? Is anyone actually seeking it?

Spin City: Tales of Triumph, Adventure and Love on Two Wheels

Spin City: Tales of Triumph, Adventure and Love on Two Wheels

Seven cyclists share why they ride, their favorite local routes and the joy biking brings them

Departments

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Departments

New horizons for seniors in Dane County

New horizons for seniors in Dane County

Chiropractic and Pain Management

Chiropractic and Pain Management

Master Bedrooms and Suites

Master Bedrooms and Suites

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Dining Out

The Priskes Are Stewards of the Land at Fountain Prairie Farm

The Priskes Are Stewards of the Land at Fountain Prairie Farm

By moving away from conventional farming methods, John and Dorothy Priske have restored prairie and wetlands

4 Wines to Sip This Summer

4 Wines to Sip This Summer

Refreshing but flavorful, these wines are the champions of the featherweight division

Creamery Cafe Offers a Sweet Escape

Creamery Cafe Offers a Sweet Escape

The Paoli restaurant inside Artisan Gallery specializes in gourmet omelets and sandwiches

Head East for Salvatore’s Tomato Pies

Head East for Salvatore’s Tomato Pies

The Sun Prairie pizzeria creates top-notch New Jersey-style pies

36 Vegetarian Delights

36 Vegetarian Delights

No meat? No problem.

Senatore Cappelli’s Flour Power

Senatore Cappelli’s Flour Power

The ancient wheat variety is rediscovered

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Habitat

Master Bedrooms and Suites

Master Bedrooms and Suites

Constellation Rising

Constellation Rising

Inside views from residents of the trendy new downtown high-rise

Chiropractic and Pain Management

Chiropractic and Pain Management

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Madison Business

New horizons for seniors in Dane County

New horizons for seniors in Dane County

Tom Still: Seeding Our Startups

Tom Still: Seeding Our Startups

Wisconsin’s private investment scene for young companies is comparatively small, which is why partnering with equity funds outside the state is a key piece of the funding puzzle

Dear White People

Dear White People

The majority population needs a sense of urgency in addressing Madison’s racial disparities

Moving Up

Moving Up

The housing market has been slow to recover, but in Madison, a recent construction boom of apartments could signal a different kind of comeback

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Spotlight

What To Do in June

What To Do in June

Thirty-plus festivals, concerts, exhibitions and more to add sizzle to your summer

Greek Coastal Town Nafplio Is a Port of Pleasure

Greek Coastal Town Nafplio Is a Port of Pleasure

The ancient Greek city offers historic sites, delicious food and wine and plenty of gorgeous views

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On Our Radar

Madison's Juneteenth Day Celebration Marks 25th Anniversary

Madison's Juneteenth Day Celebration Marks 25th Anniversary

Longtime coordinator Annie Weatherby-Flowers reflects on the milestone

Michelle Wildgen’s ‘Bread and Butter’ a Delicious Read

Michelle Wildgen’s ‘Bread and Butter’ a Delicious Read

The Madison author writes about food and family in her third and newest novel

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First Person

A Q&A with Tim Sauers

A Q&A with Tim Sauers

Overture Center’s VP of programming and community engagement shares his love for Broadway hits and high school theater

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Insider

A Thoughtful New Direction at American Players Theatre

A Thoughtful New Direction at American Players Theatre

As APT’s longtime artistic director retires, the Spring Green classical theater troupe embraces an exciting new future

Columns

Dear White People

Dear White People

The majority population needs a sense of urgency in addressing Madison’s racial disparities

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Out There

The Fine Art of Looking the Other Way

The Fine Art of Looking the Other Way

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For the Record

Cities in Action

Cities in Action

With stagnant state and federal government, it’s up to cities to get stuff done

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