Madison Magazine

Madison hosts an operatic scavenger hunt

Fresco Opera’s ‘Aria Hunt’ ends Sept. 27

Fresco Opera's "Arias Hunt" is innovative alternative to gathering in a concert hall that allows people to hear the classic opera pieces in a safe, physically distant way.

Late boxer to be inducted into UW Athletic Hall of Fame

Doug Moe remembers (and apologizes to) Dick Bartman

For winning an individual NCAA title in 1956 as a 139-pound boxer for the Badgers, Dick Bartman is one of the 11-member 2020 class of inductees into the University of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame. A virtual induction ceremony is planned for mid to late October.

Editor's note: Thanks, Neil

"He’s a man of resounding awareness, both of himself and the world around him."

"He’s a man of resounding awareness, both of himself and the world around him."

Epic answers (well, answers some) questions

When Marc Eisen set out to write a cover story about Epic Systems Corp., he knew working with the famously insular tech company would be a challenge. But he did get a few questions answered.

When Marc Eisen set out to write a cover story about Epic Systems Corp., he knew working with the famously insular tech company would be a challenge. But he did get a few questions answered.

The Future of Madison's 'Epiconomy'

Our town has hooked its star to the software giant's success. But what happens when founder Judith Faulkner leaves?

Our town has hooked its star to the software giant's success. But what happens when founder Judith Faulkner leaves?

Support State Street through new fund, plus 15 spots to shop now

If you can't shop State Street businesses right now, you can support BID's newly launched Downtown Madison Fund to revitalize downtown

If you can't shop State Street businesses right now, you can support BID's newly launched Downtown Madison Fund to revitalize downtown

Neil Heinen's career in words

Heinen retires Sept. 15 after 20 years working with the magazine.

This marks Neil Heinen's final “For the Record” column, capping 20 years of monthly column writing for Madison Magazine.

Mission meets mocha at A Just Brew Coffee

Christian coffee shop fighting against modern slavery

Since 2014, AJB has been giving college students a way to feel like they are making a difference, just by grabbing their pick-me-up between classes.

The Wisconsin Book Festival goes virtual

The live talks by writers have moved online — including the annual fall event, set for Oct. 15-17.

The Wisconsin Book Festival runs year-round but culminates with a fall celebration that attracts thousands of people to readings by local and national authors.