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.


Shoe store closing on State Street after 10 years

The shop will have a store closing sale Oct. 1-9.

Three businesses, including Shake Shack, to open at Hilldale in October

Another business, Indochino, will also be opening in November.

Revel switches from DIY craft bar to interactive micro-event experience

Starting early October, you can rent out Limited Edition for a new experience.

City lowers East Washington Avenue speed limit

Oregon High School principal asks students to refrain from adding messages on racially offensive posts

Carr Valley Cheese Co. to close Middleton store

The last day in Middleton is Sept. 30.

Z Boutique encourages body positivity through stylish clothing

Z Boutique orders limited quantities of items, so products are constantly changing.

Culver's adds veggie burger to permanent menu

Veggie lovers, get excited to sink your teeth into the newest Culver's offering.

Vegan doughnut pop-up launches effort to create permanent location

Good-bye Shanty Town, hello Level 5 Donuts.

Plaza Tavern asks community for help through GoFundMe campaign

Since 1930, The Plaza Tavern & Grill has been a downtown staple, but now the business is asking for help to stay open.

Passerby alerts homeowners to fire, homeowners extinguish flames with garden hose

Charlie's on Main to close its doors after five years

The kitchen at Charlie's will close Oct. 16

UW Health starts drive-thru flu shot clinic for patients, staff

Wisconsin brew pubs kick off campaign to educate voters about gerrymandering

Delta Beer Lab will host an event Sunday.

LIST: Places to drop-off absentee ballots in Madison

Portage man arrested on suspicion of fourth offense OWI

Drive-thru to celebrate Wisconsin's best bloody marys

Colectivo offers voter registration help at cafes this fall

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., voter advocates will be present to answer questions.

CUNA Mutual Group gives $206,000 to Edgewood College scholars program

Your guide to Restaurant Week To Go

Restaurant Week To Go is back Sept. 14-25!

Public Health partnering with Madison Police to increase health order compliance

Multiple callers reported numerous gunshots on Madison's south side

New harbor seal arrives at Henry Vilas Zoo

Humane Society giving away free pet food during pet food pantry

HopCat closes permanently after five years

Beer-focused spot encourages locals to support local breweries

Monroe motorcyclist loses control of motorcycle due to gravel, sustains non-life threatening injuries

Fitchburg gas station clerk robbed at gunpoint, police say

Man flees 7 Eleven with cash after displaying handgun, police say

Man attempts to take money, cigarettes from BP gas station

After-dinner cocktails continue to offer a sweet end to an evening

Wrapping up the night with an after-dinner tipple is an age-old custom and Wisconsinites love indulgent nightcaps.

Burglar steals car after entering home through window to get key

Woman was grabbed by ponytail, pulled out of elevator, punched during robbery at motel, police say

Racist graffiti painted on State Street area businesses, police say

Officials warn of text delivery scams

Madison Chocolate Shoppe to celebrate new Atwood Avenue location opening with free ice cream

Free single scoops will be available Friday from 2-9 p.m. at the Atwood location.

Deerfield plant fills with heavy smoke after fire started in dust collector

WPPA guidelines for police reform include expanded body cams, community policing, ‘riot penalties’

City of Beloit reminds community of political sign requirements

Belleville man arrested on suspicion of using a computer to facilitate a child sex crime

UW Health vaccinates first participants in COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial Wednesday