Madison Magazine

Ken Kopp brings a taste of the Carribean to Monroe Street

Lorraine’s Restaurant to replace New Orleans Take-Out

Ken Kopp IV is borrowing the name of his wife's Jamaican grandmother and her island culinary heritage for Lorraine’s, the Caribbean-influenced restaurant he plans to open in the New Orleans space at 1517 Monroe St. sometime in January.

56 New Year's Eve events in Madison

Parties, dinners and more to bid 2019 farewell

56 events, including prix fixe dinners, live performances, themed parties, dance parties and family-friendly activities

14 last-minute gift ideas from Madison shops

Someone on your list is bound to love these gifts

There's less than a week until Christmas, and if you, like many people, are scrambling to find something for that last person on your list, consider one of these items from a local Madison shop. You have one full weekend of holiday shopping and some businesses have extended hours.

Don't just join the gym

Peter Kraus built the 'right gym' for him

"Starting off the year, make sure you set small goals."

Treat yourself (in a sustainable, ethical way)

We don't always consider the cost of retail

We all love retail therapy, but we don't always consider the true price. Not just the dollars on our credit cards, but the human and environmental cost behind every purchase.

Dream big, but put in the work first​​​​​​​ like JT Roach

Roach recently won the season finale of 'Songland'

When millions of viewers tuned in to NBC in September to watch 32-year-old Madison native JT Roach win the season finale of NBC's "Songland," they quite possibly witnessed the best day of Roach's life. But that's not the same thing as living your best life, and Roach knows it.

Listen deeper with the Local Voices Network

The core goal is to understand one another better

When the 2016 presidential election left pundits and pollsters stunned over how they could have been so off base about the concerns of rural America, they came looking for Kathy Cramer.

Let yourself go to the dogs

DogMa is a unique in-home boarding service

A full-size van pulls up into a remote country field outside Belleville, and 18 dogs pile out.

Colleen Madden puts on spooky holiday solo show

APT alum adapts another Charles Dickens story

Colleen Madden will star in “A Christmas Haunting,” a one-woman adaptation of Dickens’ obscure novella “The Haunted Man” — an adaptation she wrote herself.