Stay warm in the frigid winter months with clothing from boutique new to Madison.
Rob Mueller-Owens takes an innovative approach to improve school culture.
The restaurant serves German favorites and one of the best selections of German beers you’ll find anywhere.
Local theater explores tragedy, monotony, human connection and acceptance.
Save room for the grand finale this Valentine's Day.
A new restaurant in an old space brings a modern and cozy feel to downtown Madison.
Stories of good cops, lawyers and judges often ring hollow to bad behavior, laws and policies.
Guest artists and another showcase promise great musical rewards this month.
Zach Brandon and Amy Gannon discuss different ways to change how we think about entrepreneurship.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it’s one of the most packed with awesome local arts events.
Here's the full A to Z list of what helps define—and call out what we love about—Madison's food scene.
In this third State of Our Schools report, 'Madison Magazine' looks at one area of MMSD’s strategic framework known as 'excellence with equity.'
Shamiaa Stewart is setting an example for how homeless families in the Madison area can turn their lives around through resources available in the community.
In his first year as principal at Lindbergh Elementary School, Salvador Velasco focuses more on the longview than he did at his former position in the Chicago Public Schools.
Community leaders and social services groups continue to work toward finding solutions to homelessness in Madison.
Principal of the Innovative and Alternative Education Program uses a combination of approaches to help struggling students get on track to graduate.
The Madison school district’s Innovative and Alternative Education program caters to students not attending classes or failing to earn credits and helps them get their diplomas and jobs.
‘Making a Murderer,’ 'Spotlight' and 'The Hunting Ground' showcase need to question authority.