Progress Center for Black Women to move to Capitol Square
The Progress Center for Black Women, which was founded in 2017, is moving from Fitchburg to the Capitol Square in July.
Xizhou Xie has excelled at the art of the pour
Xizhou Xie started with acrylic pour art as a hobby, but she soon became overloaded with canvases.
Red Rock Saloon to move to State Street this fall
Red Rock is moving into HopCat's previous location.
'The Generous Home' donates $1.2 million to 15 local nonprofits
Through help from donations of local businesses, the program is able to give funds to local nonproits.
Meep Meepleton's World of Fun takes customers on a trip back in time
The shop, located at 912 Williamson St., opened in early June with a focus on vintage toys and pop culture objects.
Ashley Anderson reels on the water when kayak-fishing
When Ashley Anderson first started kayak-fishing last summer, she was immediately hooked.
Melissa Finkelstein chills on her stand-up paddleboard
Melissa Finkelstein always loved being on the water, but it wasn’t until cabin fever set in months into the pandemic that she bought her own inflatable stand-up paddleboard, or SUP.
Taste of Madison to return to new location after a year hiatus
Taste of Madison Off the Square will be Sept. 4 and Sept. 5.
Sunn Cafe brightens up lunchtime in Mount Horeb
Cindy Curtes and Tasha Peterson opened the lunch-focused spot in 2016.
LIST: 250+ Madison area patios to visit this summer
Patio season is upon us, check out more than 250 in Madison and its surrounding cities.
Local leatherworker handmakes leather goods that last
When he’s not renovating camper vans, Josh Oakes creates wallets, bags, belts and more.
Willy Street Co-op East introduces fresh food robot to make meals, snacks
Willy Street Co-op is the first Madison business to have Sally the Robot.
Dragonfly Hot Yoga launches GoFundMe in hopes of saving its four locations
Dragonfly hopes to raise $400,000 to pay back rent and cover summer expenses.
Interactive experience #FYP Social Studio opens in Wisconsin Dells
#FYP Social Studio is an immersive, photo-focused attraction.
6 local spice companies to elevate your cooking skills
Boring meals begone — add a little spice from local producers to raise any dish from bland to bold.
Meet social artist Borealis
Artist Borealis finds a way to keep creating through the pandemic using secondhand materials.
Taco Local finds a home on Williamson Street
Simple tacos are the key at this food truck concept turned restaurant.
Fete de Marquette canceled for second year due to the coronavirus
The Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center and Willy Street Co-op decided to cancel the event out of caution for attendees and staff members who work the event.
Ice Cream Social to open scoop shop
Ice Cream Social's scoop shop is planning to open this summer in Pasture and Plenty's new shared kitchen space.
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.
Hi Point Steakhouse
Come for the steaks and stay for the desserts!
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.