With Crescendo Espresso Bar + Music Cafe, Cait Sirianni wants to create a space where coffee and live music share equal footing.
Since 2008, Lindsay Christians has been writing about fine arts and food for The Capital Times. She loves eating at the bar, going to the theater, fine wine and good stories. She lives on the east side with her husband, two cats and too many cookbooks.
Chef Kyle Cozine has been sprinkling these blooms on every dish that comes out of his kitchen, from duck breast and lobster salad to strawberry shortcake.
A Madison designer breaks down the art of using sound to help define the vibe of a restaurant or bar.
George Farquhar wrote his 1706 comedy “The Recruiting Officer,” now up the hill at American Players Theatre, as a battle of swords versus skirts.
Jim Ridge’s performance, a marvelous one, makes the most persuasive argument for including this absurd, chaotic play in the season.
Billie, embodied by Colleen Madden in a waved blonde coif, is the primary subject of the 1946 comedy “Born Yesterday” at American Players Theatre.
At an event hosted by Spatula & Barcode on the UW-Madison campus, academics, artists, activists and food lovers gathered around sustainable food.
Athol Fugard's half-brothers in “Blood Knot” have always been cast with one white actor and one black actor, but APT's production has raised questions.
A nonprofit called Selfless Ambition wants to put food pantries in 25 public schools over the next several years, starting with Glendale Elementary this fall.