Madison Writers Resist, a lively, well-attended reading in the Gates of Heaven synagogue, joined of 90-some events taking place around the country.
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The first time Jackie Kashian appeared in a comedy club was in 1984, as a 19-year-old UW-Madison student at a long-defunct club called the Comedy Cellar.
Plans are in the works for another permanent cafe. Also in 2017, the library will move away from exclusivity in catering, offering instead six preferred vendors.
Steve Martin and Martin Short will perform their show, “An Evening You Will Forget For the Rest of Your Life,” on March 3 at Overture Hall, Frank Productions announced Monday.
Chef Justin Johnson spent weeks developing a recipe for Korean-style chicken tacos with jicama slaw. He balanced the vegetables, grains and protein. He checked the costs. He tweaked the soy, sesame, garlic and ginger in the sauce.
Schlesinger is also about to embark on a nationwide fall tour, the second show of which takes place at the Barrymore Theatre at 8 p.m. Saturday.
The Madison Metropolitan School District's planetarium on South Gammon Road is hosting 21 laser shows set to classic rock this week.
Café Social is primed to be a popular spot for grabbing a quick bite or lingering over rich Colombian coffee and plugging in for an hour or two.
Comedian Louis CK announced via email Tuesday morning that he's performing two nights at Overture Hall in October -- and tickets are already on sale.
The Dolls are hosting Division I playoffs Friday through Sunday at Alliant Energy Center, bringing some of the best teams in the world to Madison.
There might be as many reasons for people to attend Africa Fest as there are cultures in the world’s second-largest and arguably most diverse continent.
A bumper crop of 80 applicants and a $65,000 diversion that went mostly toward new Dane County murals meant less money spread around to more grants.
Some day, thanks to the work of students in the PEOPLE program and Mentoring Positives, Madisonians could see Off the Block pizza in local grocery stores.
Lady Forward Tea Celebrations could be a great fit for baby and bridal shower brunches but Bessick also wants to host salon-like teas that spark conversation.
A big new brewery and lots of small arts shops have given a lift to the north-of-Madison village Waunakee, "a unique, identifiable, special little place.”
If last year was about lighting the fuse on the inaugural Shake the Lake celebration, this year is about watching the event really blast off, organizers say.
It's a sketch comedy show, one that takes aim at a growing economic sector in Madison and its fleet of frite-loving, standup desk-chained entrepreneurs.