Andrea Behling

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Andrea Behling is the managing editor of Madison Magazine. She manages production, oversees dining and drink coverage and helps create and post content to the web and to social media. Behling started her career at The Janesville Gazette as a copy editor and news reporter covering everything from prep sports to Interstate expansions. A UW-Whitewater graduate, Behling led The Royal Purple student newspaper as EIC for two years.

Articles

Meet three of Madison's queens of many colors

Name a more colorful trio. We'll wait.

Bloom Bake Shop has a 'Love is Love' philosophy

A few treats celebrate and support LGBTQ community

The stunning colors of black culture

Exhibit and clothing store showcase black beauty

Local artist creates colorful 'tactile meditations'

Caryn Ann Bendrick spends 60+ hours on single work

What makes Wisconsin cheddar cheese orange?

Cheese isn't orange naturally, if you didn't know

Mike Lucas is UW–Madison's colorful voice

Seasoned journalist adds color to play-by-play

Five things you can learn from the color of your wine

Square Wine Co.'s Andrea Hillsey offers tips

UW professor is one of world's leading synesthesia researchers

Hubbard hopes to bring a conference to Madison

5 wall color suggestions that can affect your mood

Local color consultant Jane Earl offers tips

8 things you might not have noticed about the Forward Madison logo

New logo immortalizes part of Madison history

Krystle Marks on the 'Color of the Year' and starting her own clothing line

Fashion designer comments on Pantone's 2019 pick

How Maurice Cheeks helped repopularize Madison's city flag

Cheeks and Arvina Martin pushed for flag redesign

Do you know this fact about the terrace chairs?

Can you name the three trademarked colors?

Sarah Van Dyke is colorful from head to toe

Madisonian is as bright as her business, Revel

Can you handle these local hot sauces?

These sauces bring the heat

Madison coffee shop's second location gives owners a fresh start

The new Crescendo has its own vibe

Tory Miller finds new ingredients at specialty grocery stores

Miller makes weekly trips to local ethnic markets

Madison's adventurous eats

Take a walk on the wild side

Bottoms Up: Try off the wall sodas, funky brews and drinking vinegars

Would you try a ranch dressing soda?

The ultimate Madison adventurous eats checklist

Check off all 27 items

Jo Mahnke is Madison's cotton candy queen

Mahnke gives a fresh new feel to spun sugar

Beef Butter BBQ is a smoky smash hit on Madison's north side

Patrick Riha finds a path to a slow-smoked success

Fromagination launches new cheese courses

Learn about origin, pairing, plating and more

Mr. Kimchi brings Korean fusion cuisine to King Street

Owner hopes to make Korean food more approachable

Untitled Art brings beer styles to Wisconsin that keep craft drinkers on the edge of their seats

Untitled Art joins breweries to make new beers

Finding time for meditation

Take time for self care

An Old Fashioned-inspired cheese tower

December cover features a stylish tower

Landmark Creamery finds a place to call home

The creamery has a place to call home

32 food gifts made in Madison

Madison has so many great local producers

Table Wine offers wine for the people

The shop provides affordable vino on Atwood Avenue

Anna Thomas Bates is a grilled cheese champion

The cheese is the star of the sandwich

6 quintessential things you need on a Wisconsin cheeseboard

Start cheeseboarding like a pro

5 inspirational culinary books to add to your reading list

Madison chefs look to these famous mentors

9 Halloween food specials to enjoy around Madison

Things are looking dark on local menus this month

EatStreet launches expansion with food pantry donation tour

Statewide growth of company to create 300 jobs

Madison's Jonny Hunter to help open new Chicago eatery

Chef to help develop menu for Brothers and Sisters

Inside the life of Madison's chefs

This year, we highlight 55 chefs in the community

Chefs feature unique flavors and distant origins throughout menus

Mangano and Borokhim embrace culture

Mint Mark's Sean Pharr is a spoon stealer

Pharr doesn't like to think of it as "stealing"

Gauging the chefs' culinary opinions

We put some items head-to-head

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