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12 events this weekend, including two live podcasts, ‘The Book of Mormon’

So much is happening this weekend

Four well-known podcasts set to host live shows in Madison

Plus new book celebrates Attic Angel's 130 years

Townie punk band is working on a new EP of ironic songs

9 events this weekend, including the last three summer festivals

Enjoy festivals on Monroe and Willy streets

9 events, including many musical offerings, to keep you busy this weekend

Music options are abundant this weekend

This weekend in Madison: Taste of Madison, Women in Music, Ben Sidran

GALLERY: 80 street, graffiti and mural artists create new murals throughout Monona

8 interesting events this weekend, including band dressed like mummies, Orton Park Fest

Plus a brand new mural-focused fest

Two kid-friendly musicals (and one not for kids), plus tons of live music

Weekend 608 for Aug. 8-11

Chazen art exhibit takes visitors “In the Studio”

Meet three artists who open studios to others

Dean Robbins’ book takes young readers to the moon

New book is influenced by Alan Bean

Author pays it forward for minority students

Retired administrator offers proceeds to students

Josh Harty offers fellow folk artists respite from the music biz ‘rodeo’

Harty promotes fellow musicians on national stage

Spring Green author solves a family mystery in new book

Green looks into her aunt's death

The Partially Examined Life podcast keeps its Madison roots

PEL is one of the top philosophy podcasts

Task Force on Equity in Music and Entertainment breaks the anti-hip-hop cycle in Madison

Local hip-hop artists, fans have faced adversity

Removal for renewal: Capitol Theater’s organ gets a complete restoration

It took four days to remove the 90-year-old organ

Go play at these 22 Madison Parks

Check out one of these parks

Madison’s parks friends groups

Join one of the groups to support the parks

Madison child psychiatrist goes from doctor to documentarian

Film features story of teenage boy with autism

Two Madison area authors release new books

Susan Gloss, Beth Amos have new books out

Madison band releases anthem for city’s new pro soccer team

The Racing Pulses rock out on 'Go Forward!'

Author sets crime novels in Madison

Mike Baron has been writing more novels recently

Breakthrough Madison band Wurk works it

Wurk will perform at Brat Fest

Events this weekend: Cuban music, Rosanne Cash, ‘Romeo and Juliet, ‘Cabaret’ and ‘Risk!’

Enjoy jaw-dropping music, theater performances

‘Wisconsin Rocks!’ highlights local hiking sites

Go on a day-long hike in Wisconsin

Madison’s black history enriched through book ‘Settlin’

More than two dozen oral histories shape the book

UW-Madison folklorist Jim Leary experiences the Grammy Awards as a nominee

Leary was nominated for best album notes

Madison heavy metal band Last Crack is back

Group will release its first album in 28 years

Madison-based indie-rock band, The Racing Pulses, goes global

The Racing Pulses has a deep Bulgarian connection

Three Madison-area high school jazz bands are finalists in national competition

Sun Prairie, Middleton, Beloit bands going to NYC

Catching up with local musician Anna Wang

Wang expects to release music in 2019

Duck Soup Cinema spotlights silent films in the vaudeville tradition

There will be three events in the coming months

Designer Ray Mawst illustrates around Madison

Mawst is known for illustrations on Fromagination

The slow burn for marijuana legalization

A new crop of advocates advance the conversation

Events in the 608: New Year’s Eve parties abound

Mount Horeb band Wurk wins 2018 breakthrough artist competition

Three other bands finished close behind

Mixed Media: ‘A Book Never Read Before,’ the BoDeans return to the Barrymore

Children's book writer inspired by his son

Wisconsin is falling behind Minnesota

There has been a widening gap between the states

Sun Prairie High School teacher doubles as author of adult comic books

Apart from teaching, Chris Stensrud creates comics