Madison Magazine - April 2021 March 18, 2021 8:02 AM Maija Inveiss Posted: March 18, 2021 8:02 AM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesHenry Doane pushes forward at Tempest Oyster Bar and Tornado Room Steak House Dan Curd, Henry Doane always felt more comfortable in the kitchen than in the dining room. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesChildren's Theater of Madison hopes to attract diverse actors and audiences with stories that reflect the community Michael Muckian, CTM’s challenge to educate and inspire has only become more formidable in recent social and political climates. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesChris and Amy Stanford are dauntless DIY-ers Andrea Behling, Tackling home renovations doesn’t scare Chris and Amy Stanford, who are giving new life to their 1928 house for their family of six. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesGuide to pairing wine and takeout meals Maija Inveiss, Square Wine Co. helps match your favorite takeout meals with vino. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top Stories5 things our editors love this April Andrea Behling, Vintage art, pastry boxes, dried flowers, spices and dog treats are all in our picks. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories11 standout Madison burger restaurants Aaron R. Conklin, While some like to go big with oversized grilled patties piled high with ingredients familiar and fantastical, others opt to pack a ton of flavor into a small smashburger, sweating every condiment. Whichever way suits your own burger-loving fancy, start here to explore Madison’s stacked burger scene. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesDoes your ‘we’ include me? Rachel Werner, Little Book Project WI’s creative director implores us all to seek true representation in art. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style, Top StoriesMeet two thrifty Madison treasure hunters Maija Inveiss, When Allison Kelley and Saraid Claxton — better known on Instagram as @heyallie.xo and @sunsetsaraid — go thrifting, they’re on a mission. City Life, Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesWisconsin accelerator with national reach takes food businesses to the next level Maggie Ginsberg, The fifth annual FaBcap Accelerator 2021 cohort includes a familiar face: Christine Ameigh of Christine’s Kitchens and Slide Gourmet Potato Chips. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style, Top StoriesMadre Yerba’s body products stay true to the purest ingredients Maija Inveiss, Morena Taylor-Benell creates all-natural body products, earrings, clothing and more. Columns, John Roach, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesRoach: The boomers are coming John Roach, Although COVID-19 and its variants have not been extinguished from our lives, we can now see a time when the vicious interloper will no longer be hovering over our shoulder. City Life, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Vaccine, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesBehind the effort to get Dane County residents vaccinated Holly Marley-Henschen, Vaccines have arrived in Dane County and distribution is underway. But varying needs within vulnerable communities are raising some complex questions. Books & Authors, City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison-based illustrator created a book of besties Doug Moe, Peggy Panosh built a career marketing for Oprah and others before discovering her own artistic talent. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesJo Um: 'I dream of a rich and dimensional city' Jo Um, In serving Madisonians, I have learned that I have a sense of responsibility to the community, and Saints is bigger than just me and my silo. Columns, Editor's Note, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEditor's Note: Imperfect hobbyist Andrea Behling, Creative intentions do not always equal a Pinterest-perfect product. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top Stories37 ways to learn something new in Madison Sam Jones, Stacy Harbaugh, Find inspiration in this list of local workshops, courses and other fun activities. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMeet this newly minted polka DJ Stacy Harbaugh, She was in search of an escape. In waltzed a preoccupation with polka on vinyl. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesLearn how to knit like a pro from a pro Stacy Harbaugh, We sought advice from Madison’s Susan B. Anderson, a straight-up celebrity in the knitting world. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineHow to seek your soul map Sam Jones, Could tarot cards help you tap into a higher self? Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top Stories7 Madison businesses that will help you learn how to cook Sam Jones, Participate in virtual or in-person tutorials (with limited capacities) hosted by these local businesses. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineFourward helps young professionals of color thrive in the workplace Stacy Harbaugh, Consult this team of experts who provide tools and resources to support underrepresented people in the workforce and in life. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineExcel at the art of doing nothing Maija Inveiss, Learn how to embrace niksen, a Dutch concept meaning doing nothing and having no plan. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineContribute to the conversation with Joy Trip Reading Project Stacy Harbaugh, Join the Joy Trip Reading Project to discuss books centered on people of color and their relationships to the natural world.