Restaurants, cafes and specialty shops take a financial hit every time weather keeps people inside. The past few weeks have been particularly tough.
Since 2008, food editor Lindsay Christians has been writing about fine arts and food for The Capital Times. She loves eating at the bar, going to the theater, sparkling wine and good stories. She lives in Madison with two cats and too many cookbooks.
The School of Madison Ballet's move to 3764 Odana Road is tentatively set for the end of April/beginning of May.
Chilly Madisonians, take heart. The remedy is dumplings, soup and soup dumplings.
“As a small retailer, you have to be five steps ahead of the customer and figure out what they want before they know they want it,” said Monteleone, who opened his store in 2007.
Maestro John DeMain brings out the lush romanticism in the score, in which woodwinds and trombones articulate characters’ secret desires.
Bartaco, a taco and tequila chain, opened its latest location in Hilldale Shopping Center on Monday after a delay due to the polar vortex.
The first dZi Little Tibet food cart started two and a half years ago. Bringing curries and momos (South Asian dumplings) to 827 E. Johnson St. feels like fate.
From soups to buns, from chopping to mise en place, chef Paul Tseng teaches it all in the cooking classes he leads. He talks about his cooking philosophies on the latest episode of the Cap Times' food podcast.
Shinji Muramoto, the sushi restaurant's owner, said part of the ceiling collapsed. He hopes the restaurant can reopen in time for Valentine's Day.
On Feb. 8 and 10 in the Capitol Theater, audiences will have the opportunity to hear “Send in the Clowns” in the context of the show it was made for.