The Capitol dome is the symbol of Madison, more than any other.
- WALGREENS DISTRIBUTION CENTER - Multiple Full and Part-Time Openings
- SCHOOLS OF HOPE AMERICORPS PROJECT - AmeriCorps Member
- RENEWAL UNLIMITED - Center Assistant Necedah Head Start
- RENEWAL UNLIMITED - Center Assistant Adams I Head Start
- RENEWAL UNLIMITED - Center Assistant Mauston I Head Start
- RENEWAL UNLIMITED - Home Visitor, Sauk County
- MENARDS - MID-WEST MANUFACTURING - Full and Part time Warehouse, Production, Manager Trainee, Local OTR Drivers and Yard Horse Drivers
- NEW GLARUS BREWING COMPANY - Control Technician
- U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE - Paralegal Criminal Division
- MENARDS - Full Time and Part Time Positions Available
- TEEL PLASTICS - Accounts Payable Specialist
- ATTIC ANGEL - Maintenance Technician
- MENARDS - Multiple Openings
- AMTEC - 2nd Shift Maintenance Worker
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The glass "prow" of Madison's Unitarian Meeting House, designed Frank Lloyd Wright, was intended to house a huge bell made from triangles of sheet copper.
Not only are Barry Alvarez’s fingerprints all over the six Big Ten championships the University of Wisconsin football program has won since 1993, they can be spotted on the rings the Badgers received for those achievements.
Getting a CSA box every week or two is like getting a getting a gift of yummy riches freshly plucked from the fertile earth of community-supported-agriculture farms in and around Madison.
The Nitty Gritty birthday bell is rung approximately 57 times per day and more than 20,000 times each year, once for each birthday celebrant who walks in the door.
The mural outside Centro Hispano tells the story of immigration, of migrant work on Wisconsin farms, of adapting to a new community and setting a path for a better life.
University of Wisconsin women's hockey coach Mark Johnson and fellow Madison native Bob Suter were teammates on the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” outfit that shocked the Soviet Union – and the world – en route to winning the gold in Lake Placid, New York.
Stories of old Greenbush neighborhood are told in the cookbooks written by Catherine Tripalin Murray, along with recipes and anecdotes passed down through generations.