Arts & Culture

Garbage seeks to unclutter chaotic world on new album

Q&A with Duke Erikson — guitarist for the alt-rock band that formed in Madison — about 'No Gods No Masters' album that dropped June 11

Q&A with Duke Erikson — guitarist for the alt-rock band that formed in Madison — about 'No Gods No Masters' album that dropped June 11

GALLERY: Madison BCycle's Art Bikes have hit the road

Nonprofits partner with local artists to highlight positive changes in Dane County through artwork on e-bikes

Nonprofits partner with local artists to highlight positive changes in Dane County through artwork on e-bikes.

The untold story and never-before-seen photos of Nirvana in Madison

Madison Magazine publishes historic account and images that add to the Nirvana archive

The story of Nirvana’s time in Madison shortly before the band made it big has never been documented in full detail until now. For Madison Magazine’s July issue — on the 30th anniversary of the release of Nirvana’s “Nevermind” album…

The rock star among us

Our creative director used to be an emo/punk rock fixture in Madison and beyond. His ties to the music scene helped bring the Nirvana in Madison story to life.

Our creative director used to be an emo/punk rock fixture in Madison and beyond. His ties to the music scene helped bring the Nirvana in Madison story to life.

Q&A with Andrea Debbink, author of 'The Wild World Handbook'

The former American Girl editor will discuss her illustrated middle grade nonfiction guide online at the Wisconsin Book Festival on May 26.

The former American Girl editor will discuss her illustrated middle grade nonfiction guide online at the Wisconsin Book Festival on May 26.

What to do in Madison this May

Get back into the groove of things with this month’s arts and entertainment lineup.

These virtual and socially distant get-togethers celebrate music, movies and more, so plan ahead and make an evening of it all.

Author in bloom

With long-awaited, back-to-back book launches, Ann Garvin says the keys to her success have always been hustle and patience.

Five challenging years since her last book was published, Garvin is celebrating the May 1 launch of her fourth novel, “I Thought You Said This Would Work.”

'Game of Thrones' star signs onto TV adaptation of Madison author's book

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who played Jaime Lannister, will star in and executive produce TV miniseries based on 'The Second Home.'

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the actor who played Jaime Lannister in HBO's "Game of Thrones," is set to star in and executive produce a TV miniseries adaptation of Madison author Christina Clancy's novel, "The Second Home." Clancy says the project has been…

What to do in Madison this April

Avoid April showers with these fun virtual and in-person events.

Get out and about with the family, or if those April showers decide to show their face, hop online for these events.

UW–Madison music student wins classical Grammy Award

Sarah Brailey — current doctoral candidate at the Mead Witter School of Music — wins award for soprano role in the album Smyth: The Prison

As if classical musician Sarah Brailey weren’t already accomplished enough, the doctoral candidate at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Mead Witter School of Music can now add a Grammy Award to her list. The award for best classical solo vocal album,…

'A lost year' after a car accident and the pandemic

Award-winning musician Michael Massey says there’s still ‘so much left to do.’

In March 2020, acclaimed musician Michael Massey’s world came to a crashing halt. But not in the same way so many others’ did when the pandemic began.

Meet local band Kat and the Hurricane

It's been a long year without live performances, but this trio is finding its way back to the stage.

After a long year without live performances, local band Kat and the Hurricane is finding their way back to the stage.