After uncertainty and revisions, Williamson Street development moving forward

After uncertainty and revisions, Williamson Street development moving forward

The mixed-use development at 906 Williamson St. was initially denied by Landmarks Commission but later gained approval.

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Yeah, I Ate That: Lay's New York Reuben and Greektown Gyros chips

Lay's has four new fan-created flavors on shelves this summer as part of its annual "Do Us a Flavor" campaign. Here's how they stack up. 

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Pro-voucher activists articulating their designs on middle class students

Pro-voucher activists articulating their designs on middle class students

PR Watch reports on the candor expressed by leaders of ALEC and the American Federation for Children on goals of school voucher programs.

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State Debate: La Crosse paper joins chorus against GOP plan to dismantle the GAB

A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.

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Thirty-five southern Wisconsin principals tell about the pain of cuts to public education from administrators’ point of view.

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Bingeworthy: Return to Camp Firewood with Netflix's zany 'Wet Hot American Summer'

Netflix released "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp" last weekend.

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Morning briefing: Senate blocks GOP bill to halt Planned Parenthood fed funds

Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country. 

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John Nichols: Who should moderate the debates? Ralph Nader, of course

As a debate moderator, Ralph Nader would not let candidates get away with not answering questions.

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Scott Walker slams Obama administration's Clean Power Plan

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Monday marked the launch of the second ad from an outside group targeting Johnson since Feingold announced his candidacy in May, despite Feing…

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Ellen Proxmire, widow of Sen. William Proxmire and D.C. event organizer, has died

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Scott Walker Watch: Scott Walker compares Donald Trump to Democrats as Trump blows past him in Iowa polls

Scott Walker Watch: Scott Walker compares Donald Trump to Democrats as Trump blows past him in Iowa polls

With Scott Walker now an official presidential candidate, the national media are following his every move. Here's a look at some of the articl…

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Old soul: Sonny Knight and the Lakers find a new groove with classic sound

The emerging group is fronted by a 66-year-old former truck driver with a timeless voice.

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Salud! For summer sipping, try sauvignon blanc from New Zealand and France's Loire Valley

Salud! For summer sipping, try sauvignon blanc from New Zealand and France's Loire Valley

Sauvignon blanc wines are inexpensive and easy to find, and they pair great with warm weather picnics. 

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Rewriting the 'bro-gram': The documentary 'Code' tackles tech's gender gap

Rewriting the 'bro-gram': The documentary 'Code' tackles tech's gender gap

"Code" will have its Wisconsin premiere Thursday at Sundance Cinemas, with director Robin Hauser Reynolds in attendance.

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