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Q&A: Abigail Ferguson runs Madison's Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts

Abigail Ferguson manages the city's Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts.  Read more


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Southern Wisconsin people no longer have to clean their gutters

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Madison-raised Nudeau brothers turn their personal bond into indie drama

The film will have its Madison premiere at 5 p.m. Monday at the Majestic Theatre, 115 King St. Tickets are $10, and the Nudeaus will donate all revenue beyond the cost of renting the theater to the UW Carbone Cancer Center. Read more

Plain Talk: Brad Schimel will miss Scott Pruitt, but he will carry on

When it comes to environmental protection — or more accurately, destruction — departed EPA head Scott Pruitt and Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel are two peas in a pod. Read more

Let's Eat: The maqloubah at Dubai is too good to keep quiet about

Maqloubah, which translates literally as “upside-down” in Arabic, is a deceptively simple and enormously comforting entrée. Read more

Editorial: Volunteer firefighters like Cory Barr are true heroes

As we honor Cory Barr, who died in the Sun Prairie explosion, we also hope that people will pause to recognize the crucial role that volunteer firefighters play in our communities. Read more

Poultry processing workers face injuries in Wisconsin, nationwide

Workers suffer amputations, cope with extreme temperatures, in jobs more prone to injury or illness than logging, coal mining or gas and oil extraction. Read more

'Of course I'm back here!': Actress Carrie Coon returns to American Players Theatre

Coon was interviewed by Cap Times arts writer Lindsay Christians as part of the American Theatre Critics Association's annual conference. Read more

Meet the five men applying to take over for Denise DeMarb on Madison City Council

The five applicants for the District 16 City Council seat represent a range of professions and experiences, from a parole agent to a high school dean of students. Read more


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