November 2008

November 2008

In This Issue

Investing in Your Community for the Long Term

United Way of Dane County and partners are working to provide children with the opportunities they need for success.

Up to the Task

A new task force has formed to raise money and awareness for early detection lung cancer screenings.

University Square Development Still Underway

Those driving downtown on University Avenue or Johnson Street have noticed little old University Square has undergone quite a makeover--from a humble one-story mini-mall--to a massive, 1.1...

A Capital City Connected

Take a Seat

Tips for picking the perfect sofa

Noble's Truth

Noble's Truth

Madison Police Chief Noble Wray is Madison Magazine's person of the year.

If McCain wins... a few predictions

Benedict makes a few predictions on where we're headed if McCain wins the presidential election.

The Cannery Grill Serves, Savors and Satisfies

East siders--or anyone--can savor Sun Prairie's relaxed bar and grill in a historic setting

Departments

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Dining Out

Sushi to Kushi

Kushi Bar Muramoto, on King Street, offers globally inspired dishes.

Thanksgiving Values

Suggested wines to enjoy with your Thanksgiving dinner.

Pop-Star Treatment

Bluephies' Pop Star Martini is fruit-tinged martini with a surprising garnish that really makes it pop!

A Year in Beer

Brewmasters are celebrated

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Habitat

Time for Action

November is a great time for garden preparation

Past & Present

A Tudor Revival combines historic charm with modern-day green touches

Sunday Slow-Down

Coffee-glazed oven brisket is a perfect dinner for a relaxed Sunday in November.

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Madison Business

Lessons in Change

A few high test scorers distract from Madison's overall failing schools.

Financial Fortitude

Sticking to tried and true strategies can help investors weather the economic storm.

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Spotlight

A Music Melting Pot

A Poet's Place

"After the Evening Lecture on Insight Meditation," by Andrea Potos

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Shopping & Style

Ladylike Luxe

This season's jewelery is bold for maximum impact

Put it on Paper

Craft store, Anthology, is a recent and welcome addition to State Street.

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Your Town

Words to Live By

Lisa Marie Brodsky writes poetry to cope with the loss of her mother to lung cancer.

Ladylike Luxe

This season's jewelery is bold for maximum impact

November Tidbits

The Giving Tree Band, Energy Hub and the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Inc. are discussed.

Up to the Task

A new task force has formed to raise money and awareness for early detection lung cancer screenings.

If McCain wins... a few predictions

Benedict makes a few predictions on where we're headed if McCain wins the presidential election.

The Long Walk

A simple walk from Verona to Madison.

Put it on Paper

Craft store, Anthology, is a recent and welcome addition to State Street.

Columns

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Out There

The Blame Game

A rant on who's really to blame for the financial crisis.

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Politics

If Obama wins... a few predictions

A few guesses and hopes on what will happen if Obama is elected President.

If McCain wins... a few predictions

Benedict makes a few predictions on where we're headed if McCain wins the presidential election.

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For the Record

Safety First

Madison Police Chief Noble Wray is the Person of the Year for 2008.

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Genuine Articles

Becoming a Slow Food Nation

America is taking its place as a Slow Food Nation.

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