Madison Magazine - April 2020 March 18, 2020 10:42 PM Maija Inveiss Posted: March 18, 2020 10:42 PM Updated: September 10, 2020 8:32 AM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesA venture capital pioneer in Wisconsin Maggie Ginsberg, Richelle Martin says female venture and angel investors could pay off big for Wisconsin. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesArtistic creativity flows through each of Angela Puerta’s pursuits Karen Lincoln Michel, Angela Puerta describes a rhythm in her life that emanates not only from art and music, but also from a desire to share her culture with others. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMichael Keiser helped create a golf course with Aldo Leopold in mind Doug Moe, Michael Keiser still remembers the day in 2013 when his family decided not to go forward with the central Wisconsin golf resort the world now knows as Sand Valley. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEliminating the Electoral College would upend presidential politics in Wisconsin JR Ross, Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes have put the state at the heart of the action in the race for president. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories8 places to get delicious dumplings Aaron R. Conklin, Cultures from around the world have embraced this universe of possibilities, and thanks to a fine set of purveyors right here in Madison, you can take your own world tour of delicious dumplings. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineGoing out to brunch Dan Curd, One can enjoy brunch at home (and many people do), but it can be a great excuse to dine out. City Life, Earth Day, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesKeepers of the Earth Day flame Mike Ivey, Fifty years after Wisconsin’s Gaylord Nelson founded Earth Day, environmentalists continue to mobilize around climate change. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMAMA Hall of Fame shakes up awards to recognize more Madison musicians and bands Joel Patenaude, The final round of voting for the 2020 MAMA Awards — presented by the Madison Area Music Association — ends April 20, and several perennial winners will give up their eligibility to be on the ballot for inclusion in the association’s new hall of fame. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesHandmade noodles are the star of the show at Taigu in Middleton Andrea Behling, The restaurant’s menu and name are inspired by the Gao family’s hometown of Taigu in the Shanxi region of northern China. Editor's Note, Madison MagazineEditor's note: Simply the best Andrea Behling, When I walk into a Madison business, I get excited when I see a Best of Madison certificate hanging on the wall. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesHot List: Editor's picks for April Maija Inveiss, We pulled some things we are loving this month. Arts & Culture, Madison MagazineJames Cagle’s terminal illness informed his final art show Joel Patenaude, Photographer James Cagle didn’t expect to live to see the exhibit of his work now at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesGetting out of our traffic jam Steven Potter, City officials, planners and entrepreneurs are thinking about how we get from point A to point B in a city that’s outgrown its transportation infrastructure. Columns, John Roach, Madison MagazineRoach: That word John Roach, Lately, Madison has had some issues with the N-word. Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style, Top StoriesMount Horeb's KELLA is the Wisconsin store Maija Inveiss, Kelly and Joe Leschisin’s own KELLA, but they also run their marketing and advertising agency called Kella Design and a lifestyle brand called Forward Apparel Co. out of the shop. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Safe at Home, Top Stories6 local spreads you'll want to have in your pantry Maija Inveiss, Whether you want to spice up a sandwich, garnish a cheese board or simply add some flavor to toast, you’ll want these locally made spreads on hand. Best of Madison, City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesBest of Madison 2020 Winners Maija Inveiss, See the 572 winners our readers declared the bee’s knees in our 39th annual readers poll.