Joe Yang got his first taste of the tango watching television as a boy. "It’s a really wonderful thing to share. A lot of people say tango is not just a dance, it’s a lifestyle," he said.
Tim and Renee Farley, longtime owners of Farley’s House of Pianos. are welcoming back small concerts in an intimate setting.
Meredith Mast focuses on teaching 3- to 9-year-olds classical ballet fundamentals and technique.
Harry Klinger, who will be 96 on Sept. 1, lives on his own and does all his own cooking, sometimes bringing food to neighbors in need.
Teresa Holmes became Madison Rotary Club president in July.
Ken Fager turned pandemic boredom into a popular public art campaign of 3D-printed miniature state Capitols placed throughout Downtown.
Darren Marsh, who had served as the parks department's director since 2003, may well have a story for every recreational acre in Dane County, which is probably why it's difficult for him to pick a favorite park, stream or trail.
They're your neighbors, co-workers or friends you may not have met yet. And they all have a story to tell.
The former sheriff's deputy and mail carrier logged more than 250 volunteer hours last year on the tiny state natural area off Highway 12.
Tamara Bryant and her family are heavily involved in Madison's cross-country skiing community.
After graduating from Memorial High School in 2015, Peterson-Weber, 23, spent three years as an undergrad at UW-Madison before joining the university's School of Pharmacy in 2018.
Michael Graf has written five screenplays: "Winter of Frozen Dreams," "The Last Indian War," "Throwing Hammers," "Venice of America" and "Picket Charlie," a just-finished environmental action picture tackling climate change.
In 1992, Kathy Kuntz enrolled in UW-Madison, expecting to earn a PhD in history, but it was a temp job as a receptionist at a nonprofit that led her into what would become a career in energy.
Lessner started out in the laundromat business when he was about 10 years old helping his dad.
Armstrong has dedicated nearly 40 years of his life to restoring local landscapes in Wisconsin.
As an IT consultant for the state judiciary and a youth soccer coach, Matt Kohl has found himself adapting to the fluid environment of COVID-19.
Wheeler is the managing editor of Radiolab, the show that explores heavy scientific and philosophical issues with an eccentric style and sound.
Jocelyn Lepinski grew up in Stevens Point with a woodworking father, who put a hammer in her hand as soon as she could hold one.
Charles McLimans said the coronavirus outbreak has put considerable strain on area residents, boosting demand for the nonprofit's services.
As an American Indian curriculum consultant at UW-Madison’s School of Education, Omar Poler helps integrate concepts of Native history, culture and tribal sovereignty into the curriculum.