The Brooklyn painter's new exhibition, "A Narrative Thread," opens at MMoCA after pandemic postponements. The free musuem reopens March 12.
The Cap Times wants to know how comfortable readers are with dining inside.
This week, make a dinner party dish for yourself, your partner or your immediate family. Do the extra steps. Make all the banchan for the bo s…
“There’s still a lack of confidence,” said Craig Culver, co-founder and retired CEO of Culver’s, the fast food franchise. “It’s very safe to e…
Based in Madison, Quimbaya specializes in single-origin Arabica coffee sourced sustainably from micro-lots in Colombia.
Former Mermaid Cafe owner Lisa Jacobson is launching Bare Bones Bagels, a Saturday morning pop-up out of Harmony Bar.
“The customers will tell us what they want and we’ll just listen to them,” said James Montgomery of a cafe coming to 414 S. Baldwin St.
Starting Feb. 22, American Players Theatre's Winter Words series includes a dark fantasy by the author of "Peter Pan" and a drama about a mili…
Restaurants have struck a tentative peace with third party apps, which can make ordering easier but charge high commissions for the privilege.
After 18 years on East Washington, the doughnut shop and Lebanese cafe is up for sale.
Marcus Samuelsson is a celebrity chef, but “The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food,” published last fall, is a cook’s cookbook.
Amped by Instagram, growing by word of mouth and finding their way into markets, cookie businesses are hot.
Almost six months after NessAlla declared banktruptcy, the company has new ownership and is working on a re-brand.
Running Feb. 12-March 7 across Madison, Winter is Alive! is a citywide, multi-disciplinary artistic celebration of winter and a nuanced look a…
There's lots to love in Ina Garten's new cookbook, "Modern Comfort Food," like chicken with lemon orzo, arrabiata sauce, roasted veggies and more.
Kettle Black Kitchen owner Brian Hamilton hopes to open a brick and mortar restaurant location at 1835 Monroe St. in Madison within a month.
The Barriques on Park Street closed permanently in December. Owners said they might have made the same decision even without COVID.
The pandemic’s effects on drinking culture could linger. This week, perspectives on how Madison drinks now, from industry trends to habits at home.
Placed orders through noon Thursday for the Soul Food Sunday Marketplace, organized by the Madison Black Chamber of Commerce.
A glass of wine or cocktail became a way to signal the end of a work day when you didn’t leave the house, or just a small way to take the edge off.