On a fall afternoon in 1995, my mom asked me — like she did most days — what I’d learned in school.
Performers will get a chance to show off their uniquely Hmong talents, playing traditional instruments and singing folk songs.
Holiday shoppers can browse about 30 other black-owned vendors at the expo the Black Business Expo this Friday, Nov. 24.
“Last Flag Flying” is too complex to be called an anti-war or pro-war film. Rather, it accepts war as a sad fact of life that cycles back around to take a new generation of young men and women.
A newly published report found that an ongoing, informal agreement between Republicans and Democrats in the Wisconsin Assembly has struck a balance between the two parties' goals and made floor sessions in the chamber "less chaotic."
For the majority of the 15,000 soldiers of the Wisconsin National Guard and the 8,000 more from Michigan training as the 32nd Division at Camp MacArthur near Waco, Texas, in 1917 for World War I, it was their first Thanksgiving away from home.
A 'mystery' movie is on tap for Dec. 5. Learn more, and enter to join Rob Thomas for a 'mystery' movie!
Dane County Board of Supervisors met again Tuesday and took a second affirmative vote on a $28 vehicle registration fee.
Funded by readers of the Cap Times, The Kids Fund distributes money to agencies that address the challenges faced by children in Dane County.
“Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Musical” is a 90-minute pageant of candy cane-colored costumes and cutesy choreography.
Kwasi Obeng, currently a chief performance analyst with Chicago’s Inspector General Office, has been selected for the position.
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Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Lucille is converting its entire bar into a winter wonderland in a pop-up event that kicks off on Friday.
Preston Branch can't pay his loans, and is now trying to figure out what to do as creditors call.
For this week's episode of the podcast, we're bringing you a recording of a Cap Times Talk panel discussion from October about student loan debt in Wisconsin.
Jessica Schmidt didn't realize how much her debt would add up when she took it out at 17. Now, at 30, debt weighs heavily on her finances and other aspects of her life.