Jason Ilstrup will replace longtime Downtown Madison Inc. President Susan Schmitz in January.
This is not the Christmas tree at your neighbor’s house, where the lights are all pearly white, and the ornaments are all coordinated and evenly spaced. This is your tree, the one that’s covered in a hodgepodge of store-bought and kid-made ornaments, where a Santa Darth Vader hangs next to a lopsided snowflake you made in kindergarten that Mom doesn’t have the heart to throw out.
Learn to Hunt classes in Madison fill up with environmental students, DNR employees, former vegetarians and others interested in hunting for food.
It took seven years, a debilitating ear condition, a lot of self-reflection, and hundreds of hours agonizing over songs in a DIY studio. But at long last, the pop singer Anna Wang thinks she’s found her groove.
President Donald Trump has rewarded Israel’s illegal annexation of Arab East Jerusalem and the ongoing displacement and dispossession of its Palestinian majority and poured gasoline on the flames of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
I urge Sen. Johnson to recognize the need to restrain the power of the president to launch a first strike, and the peril of any policy that would create more "usable" nuclear weapons. Instead, I hope he is inspired by the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize being awarded today to a group seeking to abolish nuclear weapons from the face of the earth.
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Until the Madison School Board addresses these problems, expect to see a continuation of mixed results from an otherwise laudable plan, which is a wasted opportunity to improve the lives of our students and keep them out of the school-to-prison pipeline.
Under my proposal the cost of free tuition at two-year and tech colleges is funded by repealing the manufacturing portion of the Manufacturing and Agriculture Tax Credit. Trading one manufacturers’ tax break for a pool of skilled workers is a good exchange.
On Nov. 13, Nicki Prestigiacomo opened Grape Water Wine Bar on Hubbard Avenue, sharing the block with Louisianne’s Etc. and Villa Dolce.
Some retailers near Willy Street Co-op on the east side are worried the co-op is acting too much like a Whole Foods. The co-op says it's the same organization that cares about its neighbors and needs to turn a profit.
Construction on the crumbling landmark has begun after two years of delays. So far, businesses including Nessalla Kombucha and Ian's Pizza have signed leases for the space.
The FCC is set to vote on Dec. 14 to roll back the Obama-era rules, which prevent internet service providers from discriminating against certain content.
Overture Center's Sarah Knab comes on the podcast to talk about favorite pre-show haunts, as well as the best date night deals in Madison.
Beaujolais, a light-bodied, fruit-forward red wine made from gamay grapes in France, is experiencing an identity (and quality) revolution.
After he got married, Bill decided to consolidate his student loans with his wife's under a now-defunct federal program. It was the worst mistake he says he's ever made.