Madison Magazine

Order the September Issue: Living Well in Madison

The September issue of Madison Magazine features stories about living well in Madison, including Top Nurses and Top Dentists.

The latest edition features a few reasons why Madison has been named No. 1 on the Top 100 Best Places to Live in America list for the second year in a row.

A career in securing cyberspace

Making a living in information security was once considered a rare, if not impossible, challenge. But Madison’s Jack Koziol proved them all wrong.

Making a living in information security was once considered a rare, if not impossible, challenge. But Madison’s Jack Koziol proved them all wrong.

Catching up with Bill and Bobbie Malone

The Madison expats and married authors are still going places on their musical adventure that never ends.

"Traveler," Bill and Bobbie Malone's new book, will be released this fall. The couple moved to Texas after 25 years in Madison, but the adventure continues.

What happens when the doctor needs help?

A physician-turned-therapist now gives other doctors the mental health and substance abuse counseling they need.

A physician-turned-therapist now gives other doctors the mental health and substance abuse counseling they need.

Snapshots of Life

Clouds North Films creates long and short documentaries that give viewers up-close-and-personal perspectives of their fellow community members.

Clouds North Films creates long and short documentaries that give viewers up-close-and-personal perspectives of their fellow community members.

Remembering Madison’s Wild Waters

Do you recall the wild days at this south-east side water park from 1984 to 1991?

Do you recall the wild days at this south-east side water park from 1984 to 1991?

David Couper: cop, priest, provocative conversationalist

Madison journalist Rob Zaleski's new book on the former police chief reveals there has always been more to his story.

Rob Zaleski will discuss his new book about David Couper with Doug Moe at Mystery to Me on Aug. 23. "I wanted it understood I was not his friend. I was going to hold his feet to the fire," says Zaleski.

The Heights cafe to permanently close next week

After staffing shortages and pandemic restrictions, North Allen Street restaurant will close; turn into event space and grow its membership wine program.

After staffing shortages and pandemic restrictions, North Allen Street restaurant will close; turn into event space and grow its membership wine program.

The Amys: Call for Award Nominations

Madison Magazine partners with Mike Gannon for second year to spotlight and award local women in honor of Amy and Jocelyn Gannon

Madison Magazine partners with Mike Gannon for second year to spotlight and award local women in honor of Amy and Jocelyn Gannon

The Trail to Riley Tavern

The day a bicycle ride in pursuit of beer and pizza took a fateful turn.

The day a bicycle ride in pursuit of beer and pizza took a fateful turn.

A smart second life for Smart Studios

New owner turns the famous Madison recording space into a short-term rental.

New owner turns the famous Madison recording space into a short-term rental.

One home, two families: An unbreakable bond from Ukraine to Fitchburg

A Susan Siman feature: Two families brought together by an adoption journey decades ago reunite after one of the families had to flee their war-torn home.

A Susan Siman feature: Two families brought together by an adoption journey decades ago reunite after one of the families had to flee their war-torn home in Ukraine.