Author: Sam Jones

Falconbridge Players to offer live dramatic readings

Shakespeare, Conan the Barbarian and feminists featured in selected scripts.

The Falconbridge Players will turn the lawn of Esser Place in Middleton into an outdoor playhouse on three weekend afternoons in October.

Mission meets mocha at A Just Brew Coffee

Christian coffee shop fighting against modern slavery

Since 2014, AJB has been giving college students a way to feel like they are making a difference, just by grabbing their pick-me-up between classes.

Time to get sippin’: Happy hour is back

A slew of Food Fight Restaurant Group locations are serving up cocktails and apps.

The time has come: Happy hour is officially back at the following Food Fight eateries.

Game days may be canceled, but grill-outs aren’t

Butchers and delis to feed you and your team at home.

Whether you plan a socially-distanced party or elevated dinner with housemates, these meats for pick up and to-go are a perfect remedy for your carnivorous hankerings.

Garver Feed Mill announces patio programming

Listed here: Dining, drink and arts ‘garverings’

By sharing its space and offering paid opportunities to the musicians and artists, Garver Feed Mill is trying to sustain as many people and organizations as possible.

Missing cotton candy? Lily's got you covered

A 9-year-old enlists her family to create 85 flavors of the summer treat.

Lily and her family pump out a whopping 85 flavors, from best-sellers like bubblegum and birthday cake, to chai spice and habanero. They even sell cotton candy for Chardonnay connoisseurs and eggnog enthusiasts.

A beginner's guide to urban foraging in Madison

Find edible fruits, nuts and more within city limits

There are plenty of public spots in town to snag some berries and other non-creepy-crawly goodies straight from the bush, tree or otherwise unrestricted plant.

How to safely embrace the outdoors in Madison

Outdoorsy options to beat the pandemic blues.

Things may look a bit different with hikers masked up, gardens and parks oriented for six-feet-apart travel, but adapted programming and adjusted hours are keeping the green thumbed people of Madison safe.

Pool days meet pandemic: Staying cool and safe this summer

8 activities to beat the heat in Madison during a global health crisis

With the recent reopening of the Goodman Pool, that itch-you-can’t-scratch feeling that physical distancing rules are interfering with our already-sparse Madisonian summer may intensify.

Art Fair on the ... screen?

MMoCA goes virtual July 11-12 for Art Fair on the Square

On July 11, the Art Fair on the Square webpage will go live for the two-day event — exhibiting the work (for sale and shipment) of artists across all mediums while raising money for MMoCA’s youth and adult programs.