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Wisconsin Historical Society celebrates LGBTQ+ changemakers

This year, the Wisconsin Historical Society marks its 175th year of collecting, preserving and sharing history. They're sharing stories of the changemakers and visionaries in our state that you might not have heard before. To celebrate June being Pride Month, the historical society has added eight new stories about history makers in the LGBTQ+ community.

The untold story of Nirvana in Madison

The story of Nirvana's time in Madison shortly before the band made it big has never been documented in full detail -- until now. For Madison Magazine's July issue, Freelance Writer Kurt Stream tells the story of Madison's pivotal role in the band's success.

Farmers' Market returns to Capitol Square Saturday

During the pandemic many people did not get their dose of spicy cheese bread, but the wait is almost over. The Dane County Farmers' Market returns to the Capitol Square this Saturday for the first time in over a year.

Ransomware attacks on the rise

This month, the largest meat producer in America was forced to close for several days due to hackers. That was only three weeks after hackers shut down the main source of gasoline for the East Coast. Both were ransomware.

Meet the Pet of the Week: Meeka

Today's pet for adoption at the Dane County Humane Society is Meeka, a two-year-old female pit bull terrier. She comes from Alabama and is looking forward to seeing the fabulous sights of Madison with her new family members.

Backstage with Bruno: 'An American Mythology'

It's called "An American Mythology" and presented by Music Theatre of Madison. It's a collection of music and lyrics by multiple composers from Madison and Milwaukee. Each Friday, a new song drops. Let's check it out as we go behind the screens with Michael Bruno.