Madison Magazine - February 2021 January 21, 2021 9:07 AM Maija Inveiss Posted: January 21, 2021 9:07 AM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesChef Andrew Jack is experimenting his way through Madison’s culinary scene Sam Jones, “Cook” means quite a bit in Andrew Jack’s case: He owns his own catering company, he’s a salt maker, a fermentation specialist and a culinary experimentalist. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesShiva Bidar-Sielaff aims to dismantle inequities in health care Shiva Bidar-Sielaff, Equity and health care are bound together. Here in Wisconsin, we see the devastating consequences of health inequities. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesKatrina Ervin pivoted toward creating her own way forward Katrina Ervin, If you had told me a year ago that in a matter of months I would lose my job, start a new business making ice cream and consequently end up on national TV, I wouldn’t have believed you. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesRyan Rose tames wild mustangs and teaches others to do the same Doug Moe, Ryan Rose has trained 1,000 horses in his lifetime. His three-week mustang-taming course draws students from all over the world. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top Stories6 things to check out this February Andrea Behling, Whether looking to treat your valentine or treat yourself, check out these fun gift ideas. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories7 local offerings to satisfy your cocoa cravings Maija Inveiss, Move over, Swiss Miss — local chocolatiers have created elevated renditions of a favorite marshmallowy winter treat. Arts & Culture, Madison MagazineThe pandemic caused lost ground for local comic Joel Patenaude, Antoine McNeail wants his full-time job to be making people laugh, and he isn’t giving up. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison made civil rights history in 1963 by adopting the first fair housing ordinance in the state Stu Levitan, Thanks to a conservative white mayor, two forceful Black leaders, two pioneering women, a helpful city attorney, strong support from both city newspapers and a vast citizens’ support network, Madison made civil rights history in 1963 by adopting the state’s first open housing ordinance. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEnjoy a meal or drinks in a cozy outdoor dining globe Hannah Wente, If you had asked me last February if I would like to dine outdoors during the snowy peak of a Wisconsin winter, I would have responded with, “But, why?” Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesJay Kang's woodworking business centers around rescuing Maija Inveiss, When Jay Kang of Rescued Woodworks 608 says it all started with a dog, he truly means that everything changed once he, his wife and his son adopted a dog. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesBuilding on the South Park Street economic development hub Maggie Ginsberg, As an urban planner by training and heart, Ruben Anthony knows development is a good thing. But not all development is created equal. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMichael Graf pivots from making commercials to writing movie scripts Joel Patenaude, In early December the International Screenwriters’ Association named Graf to its Top 25 Screenwriters To Watch In 2021. John Roach, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesRoach: Knock it off! John Roach, Assuming there are no further coup attempts, a new chapter for America has begun. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison's meals for the modifiers Maija Inveiss, Whether you’re sticking to plant-based cuisine, avoiding gluten, cutting out dairy or trying to live a healthier lifestyle in 2021, this is your go-to guide to alternative eating in the city. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineYour guide to dairy-free dishes in Madison Maija Inveiss, Replace traditional cheese and ice cream with alternatives to cow milk. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineYour guide to plant-based dining in Madison Maija Inveiss, Alongside vegetarian and vegan diets is a concept called “plant-based” eating. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineMake a plan when it comes to healthy eating in the city Sam Jones, You heard it here first — healthy eating can be fun and easy if you prepare accordingly. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineYour guide to gluten-free options in Madison Sam Jones, Gluten-free friends, stop compromising and fill your bellies at these spots. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineYour guide to vegan meals in Madison Katelyn Black, Cutting out animal products has become easier than ever with ample alternatives. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineYour guide to healthier Madison-made drinks Andrea Behling, Kombucha, juice, smoothies, oh my! Bump up your nourishment through local beverages.