In addition to fronting the Madison band Lorenzo's Music and creating the "American Bandito" podcast, Ray writes the daily comics blog "Then This Happened . . ."
Isadore Knox is a retired civil servant and longtime co-director of Madison's Southside Raiders youth football team. His career included working in the Dane County Office of Equity and Inclusion, where he oversaw the implementation of the restorative court system, and a term on the City Council.
Mitchell, who moved to Madison six years ago, says the Boys and Girls Club in St. Louis literally saved his life.
Karin Wolf, Madison Arts program administrator, said new signage is part of a broader effort to make the city more hospitable for artists.
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According to organizers, last year's event generated $12 million in direct spending for the city and had originally been slated to run each August until 2019.
Madison’s soccer bars such as the Nomad World Pub and Cooper’s Tavern opened early to provide a venue for fans who wished to watch the game in real time.
The 46-year-old business closed its doors quietly on Wednesday, citing mismanagement and the owner's absence. New partners hope to take its place.
After emails between Gib’s Bar and a former employee went viral on Tuesday, a small business has learned the dark side of social media engagement.
Sabrina Madison is collecting yoga mats and organizing free yoga classes this spring to give local African-American teens an avenue to self-care.
Sometimes we focus so much on slavery and the civil rights movement that we forget to share accomplishments achieved by African Americans in our own backyard.
At Woodman’s Market on South Gammon Road, grocery shoppers can grab a cart, fill it with food, and have a cashier ring them up — business as usual.
Bob Queen announced to business owners Monday he is hoping to stage the event in Central Park the first weekend of June.
Madison already has this great biking infrastructure in place and I think we should make sure that’s going to be as accessible as possible. That starts by ensuring kids have a good, safe bike.
The use of psychoactive substances to transform consciousness goes back 6,000 or 7,000 years. The work on psilocybin is very rigid academically and scientifically with academic partners around the world.