Madison Magazine

UW Radio alums snag a British legend

Retired Madison broadcast engineer recounts the unlikely story in a BBC radio interview listened to by six million-plus.

Retired Madison broadcast engineer recounts the unlikely story in a BBC radio interview listened to by six million-plus.

How to start your own indoor plant jungle

Wildewood’s Kate Holl on which plants to get and how to care for them.

We chatted with Kate Holl, owner of Wildewood plant shop, about her tips for starting your own indoor jungle oasis this winter.

Editor's Note: Taco pizza and other indulgences

That’s the thing about food traditions — very seldom do they have to do just with the food.

That’s the thing about food traditions — very seldom do they have to do just with the food.

What’s next for Madison’s food scene?

What will our local restaurants do to stay alive through the winter and beyond?

With patio season coming to a close, indoor dining and takeout are left, but what will our local restaurants do to stay alive through the winter and beyond?

To survive winter restaurants need to reinvent

Change is on the horizon as the ‘gilded age’ of the local dining scene comes to a close and slow season approaches.

Change is on the horizon as the ‘gilded age’ of the local dining scene comes to a close and slow season approaches.

10 easy pickup dinner kits from local establishments

Restaurants are offering meal kits to enjoy favorites at home

While you may not feel comfortable dining out in a restaurant, some are offering meal kits so you can enjoy your favorites in the safety of your own home.

Bar lights are flickering from the pandemic

Since July 1, bars that do not serve food have been required to stay closed apart from patio service.

Since July 1, bars that do not serve food have been required to stay closed apart from patio service.

Two new leases signed amid pandemic

Patrick DePula and his team signed on for two new restaurants. Then COVID-19 hit.

Patrick DePula and his team signed on for two new restaurants. Then COVID-19 hit.

'Cook it Forward' this Thanksgiving

One local campaign aims to donate 2,500 meals to high insecurity areas

One local campaign is making sure no Madisonian gets left without dinner this Thanksgiving. 

Local coffee and tea gift ideas for the holidays

This holiday season, amp up your gift game with these ideas.

For those who love to steep, brew, stir and sip, gift them some local drinkware, products and other trappings to imbibe in style this holiday season.