The lessons of 2020 are showing up in Madison art museums in 2021.
The retired teacher and avid mystery reader highlights the unique geography and caves of southwestern Wisconsin.
Free music, sheep, bikes and more -- what a weekend ahead!
Luke Bryan returns to the Madison area next week on his 2021 Farm Tour.
Meissner, who grew up in Baraboo, explores the connections baseball has in our lives in his book "Light at the Edge of the Field," out later this month.
"At one point this year we had 47 authors confirmed for in-person events and now that number has gone to below 20," said Conor Moran, director of the Wisconsin Book Festival.
On Friday at 5:30 p.m., they're scheduled to play the Orton-Front Festival in what could again be their final performance, at least with the current configuration and name.
The Minnesota author has written 18 novels in the Cork O'Connor series and is planning to release a 19th.
“We’re all still grieving the sudden and tragic death of Gene, but it’s comforting to know that Heather is ready to step in as a leader."
Award-winning kites will be on display — along with the work of more than 100 Wisconsin artists — on Saturday at Agora Art Fair in Fitchburg.
This is the sixth book for Harms, which includes an Audible Original and another novel, "The Bright Side of Going Dark," published last year.
The owners of Botham Vineyards will end their car-loving "Vintage Celebration" with its 25th year.
Music, dancing, art, vintage cars and a psychological thriller are some of this weekend's top picks in "Madison in a Minute."
Music Theatre of Madison explores a psychological thriller in an original new musical by Madison composers.
Nania also has been recognized for his work on wetland restoration and environmental education.
Cross-town collaboration is a 'first' to help raise money for neighborhood libraries -- and to clean out library warehouse space.
Check out our "Madison in a Minute": Top picks for Aug. 6-8.
Jazz on State brings audiences to State Street while Jazz at Five relocates to Fitchburg for 2021.
"Madison has an opportunity to take the lead in becoming an even more vibrant music city," according to a new economic impact study.
Zietlow Miller is making the transition to full-time writer after holding full-time job at American Family Insurance.
Kelsey Miles said she struggled at first to see if there's a connection between her dual interests in chemistry and music.
The wide-ranging songs on "The Last Thing We Ever Do" are drawn from first-hand accounts of Vietnam veterans, many of them living in Madison and Milwaukee.
Check out the latest "Madison in a Minute" for great entertainment ideas this weekend.
Robbins said he drew on his love of jazz, his heroes and his Jewish background to create this variety of children's books.