Madison Magazine - February 2020 January 16, 2020 8:24 AM Maija Inveiss Posted: January 16, 2020 8:24 AM Updated: February 20, 2020 1:06 PM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesA meal at HungryBadger Cafe feels like home Bri Hall, The restaurant’s specialty is momos, a popular Himalayan dumpling served in carefully arranged groups of eight. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe bloody mary is a revolutionary cocktail Dan Curd, The bloody mary started with simpler Parisian roots before becoming an extravagantly embellished beverage. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesTara Pizer, a former Miss Madison pageant contestant, now runs the show Doug Moe, Pizer is an unwavering proponent of the competitions, citing her own experience and how they bring scholarships, self-confidence and enduring friendships. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories14 date night restaurants in Madison Maija Inveiss, When the kids have a babysitter for the night and the adults are looking to treat themselves, that can only mean one thing — date night. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMeet five Madison couples in love Maija Inveiss, On a date night in the city, we met five couples dining and enjoying each other’s company at Fresco Rooftop Restaurant & Lounge. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesBandung Indonesian Restaurant makes tempting tempeh and fusion dishes Andrea Behling, They produce hundreds of pounds of tempeh per week — not just for the restaurant, but also for grocery stores and other area eateries. City Life, Madison MagazineNatasha Sichula is working to erase a stigma Karen Lincoln Michel, Edgewood College senior has started an organization aimed at tackling ‘period poverty.’ City Life, Madison MagazineSupreme stakes: what voter turnout in the state Supreme Court race could mean in the 2023 race JR Ross, Liberals won’t have a chance to wrest control of the Wisconsin Supreme Court from conservative justices this spring. But the upcoming election is a must-win if they want a shot at pulling it off in 2023. Columns, Madison Magazine, Neil HeinenHeinen: A credit to our profession Neil Heinen, To say finding a career in journalism saved my life sounds a tad dramatic. Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style6 Madison things to check out this month Andrea Behling, Maija Inveiss, Take a look at our editor's picks for this month. Columns, John Roach, Madison MagazineRoach: The men of the ice John Roach, The following email was sent last November to a select group of Chicago men. Arts & Culture, Madison MagazineDespite the fear stoked in the 1950s, love triumphs in ‘Fellow Travelers’ Joel Patenaude, Washington, D.C., in the 1950s was a cruel time and place for a recent college graduate and a State Department official to strike up a same-sex relationship. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style, Top StoriesGood Day Shop supports small independent makers’ mindfully made products Maija Inveiss, Owner Sarah Artz has a passion for quality handcrafted products. Columns, Editor's Note, Madison MagazineThe meaning behind the places we call home Andrea Behling, Learning about a place’s history and the people who stood here before us deepens our connection to where we plant our roots. Best of Madison Business, City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesBest of Madison Business 2020: Difference makes a difference Neil Heinen, Madison Magazine’s Best of Madison Business celebrates 20 years of recognizing extraordinary business leaders. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesPieces of Madison's past Joel Patenaude, Chris Farley's jacket, a banjo-ukulele used to create the Oscar Mayer jingle, Butch Vig's drums and an engine fragment from the Sterling Hall bombing are among the items in the Wisconsin Historical Society's possession.