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British golf protege turned Wisconsin pro aims to make the sport more inclusive

As her life in golf progressed from touring professional to instructor and brought her to the States, Shapcott has worked to rid the sport of the male-dominated mindset.

As her life in golf progressed from touring professional to instructor and brought her to the States, Shapcott has worked to rid the sport of the male-dominated mindset.

Finding the wrenches, fixing the gap

Two linked startups aim to solve the skilled labor shortage by connecting automotive and diesel technicians to shops.

Two linked startups aim to solve the skilled labor shortage by connecting automotive and diesel technicians to shops.

5 Madison-area locals giving us fit-spiration

Q&As with fitness fanatics who share their 2021 goals, their favorite equipment, post-workout snacks and more.

Q&As with fitness fanatics who share their 2021 goals, their favorite equipment, post-workout snacks and more.

KOSA uses family recipes in its kitchen to present food as medicine

Some people call KOSA’s signature khichdi dish “a warm hug in a bowl.” I can’t think of any better way to describe comfort food.

Some people call KOSA’s signature khichdi dish “a warm hug in a bowl.” I can’t think of any better way to describe comfort food.

A discarded recipe box and the famous Zapruder film

The recent death of a distinguished journalist connects both stories.

The June 16 death at 92 of distinguished journalist Richard Stolley has Doug Moe recalling two vastly different but forever connected columns he wrote.

22 Madison area barbecue spots to enjoy all summer long

Nothing says summertime quite like some good old-fashioned barbecue.

Nothing says summertime quite like some good old-fashioned barbecue. As soon as the warm weather hits, Midwesterners are ready to turn up the heat on the grill and throw on some delicious ’cue. While

What to do in Madison this July

Make the absolute most out of this month and indulge yourself with these local (and primarily outdoor) events.

Make the absolute most out of this month and indulge yourself with these local (and primarily outdoor) events.

Vengan Pa'ka is bringing 'farm-to-cart' vegan fare to Madison

Juan David Umaña, whose past experience includes a stint at Chez Panisse, focuses on local, sustainably grown ingredients at his food truck.

Juan David Umaña, whose past experience includes a stint at Chez Panisse, focuses on local, sustainably grown ingredients at his food truck.

Where to get your Fourth of July pie this year

Additions of whipped toppings and ice cream are encouraged, but not mandatory for these Madison-made pies.

There is no better time to dig into a flaky crust filled with fruit than Independence Day, so stock up on your pies.

Explore Madison lakes with sailing this season

We’re known as a paddle city, but Madison also has a great scene for sailing.

Madison is a city surrounded by lakes, which many can enjoy from boats, kayaks, canoes and paddleboards. We’re known as a paddle city, but Madison also has a great scene for sailing.

A duo enjoys the perks of luxury apartment living

Whitney Doering and Lincoln Durham are among many young professionals enjoying luxury apartment living in Madison.

Whitney Doering and Lincoln Durham are among many young professionals enjoying luxury apartment living in Madison.

Madison menu items that celebrate Pride Month 🌈

Local restaurants and bakeries offering some rainbow-themed goodies, many that support LGBTQ causes

Take a look at a few of the colorful, Pride Month-supporting menu items we've seen around town: Colectivo Coffee's Pride-themed bakery items   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Colectivo Coffee (@colectivocoffee) Colectivo Coffee is doing…

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. 

The Progress Center for Black Women, which was founded in 2017, is moving from Fitchburg to the Capitol Square in July.