Maija Inveiss

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Maija Inveiss started as the digital content editor for Madison Magazine in June 2017. She manages online content, oversees social media accounts and generates home and lifestyle content. Maija graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Journalism (reporting and strategic communications) and French. Working for the Daily Cardinal, Madison Commons and the Badger Herald, Maija gained experience with feature writing and news coverage. In her free time, Maija celebrates her Latvian heritage by singing and folk dancing with the Milwaukee group Metieniņš.


State Street mainstay to close after nearly 50 years

The Pipefitter decided to close following a year of challenges.

Terrace chairs return Wednesday, marking start of 2021 terrace season

Access is limited to UW–Madison students, faculty and staff.

Guide to pairing wine and takeout meals

Square Wine Co. helps match your favorite takeout meals with vino.

Dane County Farmers' Saturday Market starts this weekend

The Saturday market offers walk-up sales along with preorders.

Celebrate Easter with these local sweets and meals

Here's a list of specialty offerings for the weekend.

Meet two thrifty Madison treasure hunters

Two friends revive used clothes with their stylish skill for thrifting.

Four retail shops to celebrate opening in downtown Mt. Horeb

Big things are happening in downtown Mt. Horeb in April with four new businesses.

Madre Yerba’s body products stay true to the purest ingredients

Morena Taylor-Benell creates all-natural body products, earrings, clothing and more.

Excel at the art of doing nothing

Learn how to embrace niksen, a Dutch concept meaning doing nothing and having no plan.

La Taguara creates fare derived from family Venezuelan recipes

Since the pandemic began, Jeykell Badell of La Taguara has been operating in survival mode.

New boutique to open at Hilldale

Waterlilly, originally from Lake Geneva, is opening its second location

Madison nonprofits aim to raise $500,000 during The Big Share

Tuesday marks the seventh annual The Big Share.

A Madison maker's love of the loom

Courtney Cosgriff uses weaving as a creative outlet when she’s not behind the desk at the Waunakee Public Library.

Long-time downtown optical shop moves, cites decline of State Street as cause

After nearly 40 years on State Street, Madison Optometric Center relocated.

Threshold to close, A Room of One's Own to move into its space

After six years on Atwood Avenue, Threshold is set to close March 31.

Local hotels create special offers, experiences for 'Madison Minication'

Destination Madison partners with 17 lodging properties.

Breese Stevens Field to launch socially distanced concert series

Guests can reserve pods for up to four people instead of traditional tickets.

7 local offerings to satisfy your cocoa cravings

Move over, Swiss Miss — local chocolatiers have created elevated renditions of a favorite marshmallowy winter treat.

Overture Center announces lineup in Broadway season

'Hamilton: An American Musical' set to return as the final show of the season.

Jay Kang's woodworking business centers around rescuing

When Jay Kang of Rescued Woodworks 608 says it all started with a dog, he truly means that everything changed once he, his wife and his son adopted a dog.

SHARE: Post your Madison in the snow pictures

It's a snowy day today in the Madison area! Share your pictures and tell us how you plan to enjoy the snowy weather.

Madison's meals for the modifiers

Whether you’re sticking to plant-based cuisine, avoiding gluten, cutting out dairy or trying to live a healthier lifestyle in 2021, this is your go-to guide to alternative eating in the city.

Your guide to plant-based dining in Madison

Boost your meals with more vegetables through a plant-based diet.

Local chefs, bakers partner together in cookie box collaboration to raise funds for Harambee Village

21 businesses will come together for this year's Culinary Ladies Collective cookie grab.

The Nitty Gritty launches new virtual restaurant concept

Cluck opens Wednesday on EatStreet, Uber Eats, Grubhub and DoorDash

Two businesses to open at Middleton's Greenway Station

X-Golf Middleton and Charming Charlie will be setting up shop in the area.

GALLERY: Top photos of 2020

Take a look at some of Madison Magazine staff member's favorite photos over the past year.

Top 10 Madison Magazine articles of 2020

As we turn the page into a new year, we wanted to share some of our favorite stories from 2020.

Wisconsin Union debuts winter activities event series

UW–Madison alumnus to star in 'Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical'

Catch André De Shields in Friday's livestreamed performance as Anton Ego.

Update: Missing baby, teen found safe, Beloit police say

New local cinnamon whiskey donates all proceeds to Wisconsin charity

Dave's Fave is a partnership between Dave Jones Inc. and Yahara Bay Distillers.

Janesville man hits girlfriend while intoxicated, drives away, police say

Lumoli Co built an of-the-moment business

Molly Green shares her polymer clay earrings through TikTok.

Streets Division will not pick up trash, recycling on Christmas Day

UW–Madison extends free community COVID-19 testing

More than $1 million in grants for emergency, low-income housing given to 41 organizations