No longer a hotel for rail passengers, the three-story McFarland House is now home to a popular café serving breakfast, lunch and happy hour twice a week.
The show’s depiction of Gilead, a nearly infertile place where childbearing women like Offred are forced to bear children for elite citizens, is as richly drawn and monstrous as ever.
Local social entrepreneur Sabrina “Heymiss Progress” Madison was ecstatic to find out she made the list Monday.
Just a few months ago, city staff couldn't recommend approving the Madison Yards project on the west side, but that changed as the developer refined their plans.
Havana-born soprano Elizabeth Caballero stars as the title character in Madison Opera's first Spanish language production, "Florencia en el Amazonas."
Race in Madison
- Race to Equity: A groundbreaking report about Dane County's racial disparities
- Justified anger: Rev. Alex Gee says Madison is failing its African-American community
- Paul Fanlund: A gathering of black voices is helping chart our path on race relations
- Hundreds fill Fountain of Life for Rev. Alex Gee's 'redemptive' town hall
- Paul Fanlund: On racial disparities, a top goal is to help you sort things out
- 'Together Apart' talks passion, pain and paradox of racial divide
- Photos: 'Justified Anger, State of Emergency' town hall meeting
The Urban League of Greater Madison has trained and placed 860 people into jobs paying at least $15 an hour, one example of quiet progress.
Vel Phillips, who died April 16 at 94, was the first African-American woman to graduate from the UW Law School. She went on break down many more barriers for women and African-Americans in Wisconsin and national politics and play a pivotal role in the civil rights movement.
Brad Schimel may be right that were it not for voter ID, Donald Trump and Ron Johnson may not have won Wisconsin in 2016. But it wasn't, as he implies, because illegal votes were thwarted, but because eligible votes were tragically suppressed.
Established in 2017, The Corner Table is a Capital Times food podcast. Host Lindsay Christians talks with guests about cooking, wine, restaurants and more.
Entrepreneurs, mentors and educators talk about how to make the city's tech economy a more inclusive one on the latest episode of Cap Times Talks.
Rosé season exists in the mind. On this week's podcast, Bob Hemauer and Lindsay Christians talk about why we get excited for a fresh batch of pink wines.
Shaun and Jessica O'Hearn took over the McFarland House Cafe at 5923 Exchange St. in 2015. Shaun calls it "the social center of the community" and is focused on restoring a formal garden and expanding outdoor seating to attract hikers and bikers on the newly extended trail that winds through…