May 2013

May 2013

In This Issue

Asian-Food Lover’s Guide

Asian-Food Lover’s Guide

We’ve eaten, sipped and shopped our way through restaurants, tea houses, bars and markets to find the city’s not-to-be-missed Asian fare

The World Wide Web

The World Wide Web

The Dalai Lama's unique, decades-long relationship with fellow Buddhists and UW researchers in Madison

Departments

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Dining Out

Whose Fish is the Most Fabulous?

Whose Fish is the Most Fabulous?

The winner of our Fabulous Fish Fry Contest revealed!

The Little Flavors

The Little Flavors

If you can’t hop a plane to Paris this spring, settle for flavors of France in Madison instead

The Art of Serving

The Art of Serving

Sometimes it's the people that serve your food that make all the difference

Paper Umbrella Optional

Paper Umbrella Optional

One sip of this L'Etoile cocktail and you'll be in paradise

The Pleasures of Côtes du Rhône Reds

The Pleasures of Côtes du Rhône Reds

Great value red wines from France

Nanou, Je t’aime

Nanou, Je t’aime

The French creperie on Willy Street is as authentic as they come

Tavern in the Town

Tavern in the Town

Upscale pub grub at State Street's Roast Public House

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Habitat

Wide Open Spaces

Wide Open Spaces

Sweeping views and travel memories come together to create a beautiful home for a Middleton family

Choose Sheet Composting For Tough Spots

Choose Sheet Composting For Tough Spots

A step-by-step guide to "no-till" or "lasagna gardening"

Celebrating Spring

Celebrating Spring

Try these spring rolls from the chef and owner of Atwood's Lao Laan-Xang

Bathing Beauties

Bathing Beauties

Feeling Lucky?

Feeling Lucky?

Getting older doesn't mean you have to give up your sex life … as long as you don't give up your condoms

Spotlight on Nutrition

Spotlight on Nutrition

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Madison Business

What's the Status?

What's the Status?

How the recent economic ups and downs at the state and national levels affect the business climate in the Madison area

'What' Climate Crisis?

'What' Climate Crisis?

Nature is trying to tell us something, and we better listen

Center Plate Takes Center Stage

Center Plate Takes Center Stage

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Spotlight

What To Do in May

What To Do in May

'Wicked,' Gallery Night, Lisa Frank's unique, nature-inspired photography and more are all on deck this month

Sky High Perspective

Sky High Perspective

Craig Wilson used a kite to take the aerial images of Wisconsin featured in his new book

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Shopping & Style

Child's Play

Child's Play

Playthings at Hilldale tempts kids (and adults) with fun, educational and creative toys

Enlightenment on the Khumbu

Enlightenment on the Khumbu

The lasting impact of a trek in Nepal

Audi Q5 at Spring  Green

Audi Q5 at Spring Green

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On Our Radar

Our May 2013 Picks

Our May 2013 Picks

Five things we love this month

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First Person

A Q&A with Tim Metcalfe

A Q&A with Tim Metcalfe

The Metcalfe's Market president talks biking, brats and giving back

Columns

Less Talk, More Action

Less Talk, More Action

We need a plan with measurable goals to make progress in fixing our achievement gap

'What' Climate Crisis?

'What' Climate Crisis?

Nature is trying to tell us something, and we better listen

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Out There

The Green Shed

The Green Shed

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For the Record

What We Believe

What We Believe

From the election of Pope Francis to the impending visit of the Dalai Lama, religious figures and topics make their way into the news

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