The annual festival of music will take place at 106 locations throughout the city featuring 325 free performances.
Lakefront Brewery's Riverwest Stein NA nonalcoholic beer takes a risk by removing a key ingredient from an old favorite.
Karaoke Kid, Ohio Tavern, other venues look to restore opportunities to belt out a favorite tune in front of a supportive audience.
Minhas Kitchen, with its wine garden, is worth the hourlong drive from Madison, but can't serve the family's famous beer.
The restaurant's last day will be June 27, owner Benjamin Roberts said.
Madison Ballet will bring back a full production of “The Nutcracker” at Overture Hall in December as part of the company’s 40th season.
The 9-year-old Madison outdoor music tradition, won't be back this year due to scheduling and logistics, one of its organizers said.
The Near East Side festival features five free evenings of entertainment, Aug. 6-8 and Aug. 12-13.
Former Madison institution Avenue Bar to give way to $25 million, 40,000-square-foot music center.
It’s been a lively spring for interesting breweries from outside Wisconsin joining the fray on local shelves.
"My hope is that whoever is chosen will be given a chance to prove why they were chosen, without too much static," executive producer Mike Richards said.
This new Williamson Street restaurant serves excellent tacos with a winning side salad.
Dane Dances, the free Monona Terrace rooftop series, now entering its 22th year, will be back at full strength for its August run.
"In the middle of the pandemic, we thought our plans for the future would need to be put on hold – frozen in time," artistic director Brenda DeVita said.
One of Madison's best summer venues for live music is getting a culinary makeover.
"The energy that you get from a field full of people watching Shakespeare is hard to replicate in any other form," Executive Director A.J. Magoon said.
The 33rd Madison Jazz Festival hopes to "shine a spotlight on the types of jazz that the community can be a part of all year long."
If this national rollout goes according to plan, Hop Valley beers will eventually be made right here in Wisconsin.
Traditionally held on the 2000 and 2100 blocks of Atwood Avenue the last weekend in July, this year's event will be held July 24 on one day instead of two.
Coffee shop with great sandwiches was just what the Grandview Commons neighborhood needed.
Terrace season is on with live music, outdoor films and art activities at the Memorial Union Terrace, just at a reduced capacity.
Caitlin Suemnicht, Food Fight restaurant group's chief executive officer, said Fresco's lease ends in December and the company had many reasons not to renew its lease.
Food, beverages, wine and beer will be available for purchase at each concert, but carry-in food will not be allowed at Breese Stevens Field event.
Scott Seymour tells tales of growing up on the river and other fishing adventures, but also calls for action to protect it.
Two Madison men with lots of restaurant and bar experience are turning a former dive bar on the East Side into the Dive Inn.