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Scenes: 2014 Dueling Mixologists

Photos from the Madison Magazine Experience: Dueling Mixologists on April 14 at Plate & Barrel. All photos were taken by Amandalynn Jones Photography

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Scenes: Raise the Roof Gala

Photos from the Raise the Roof Gala for the American Family Children's Hospital on February 22, 2014 at the Monona Terrace. All photos were taken by John Maniaci.

Running for a Worthy Cause

Running a marathon is a huge accomplishment, but add in a climate like Antarctica and we're talking seriously accomplished. Kelly Parrish is a Madison native who will get closer to her goal of running 26.2 miles on all seven continents this month when she travels to Antarctica. Kelly decided to make her marathon even more unique by using her expedition to raise money for the local nonprofit Heartland Farm Sanctuary. As a dedicated volunteer, Kelly has combined her passion for running and animals into one extreme goal.

Easing the Transition to Adulthood

For some students it's difficult to imagine life beyond high school, especially if life in high school has been a challenge. "Teens in Transition" is a program created by the Junior League of Madison to address this concern for foster care youth. Since its inception three years ago, president Laura Gmeinder has seen the direct impact it has on a niche group of teenagers in the Dane County.

Scenes: 2013 UCP Celebrity Banquet

Photos from the 26th annual Celebrity Banquet for United Cerebral Palsy of Dane County on February 16, 2013. All photos are by Amandalynn Jones.

Growing a Community's Passion for the Arts

Doug Poland is dedicated to giving students and communities the opportunity to indulge their creative side. Along with other members of the Monroe Street Arts Center, Poland is making sure everyone can become an artist.

A Body in Motion: Moving with Parkinson's

Dr. Jane Busch helps others with Parkinson's move to the Latin rhythms of Zumba. Her Young-Onset Parkinson's Disease hasn't stopped her, and she's making sure others know it doesn't have to stop them.

60 Years of Insight

Karen Perzentka has spent most of her life improving the lives of other blind and visually impaired adults in Wisconsin. She looks back as the Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired turns 60.

60 Years of Insight

Karen Perzentka has spent most of her life improving the lives of other blind and visually impaired adults in Wisconsin. She looks back as the Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired turns 60.