Madison Magazine - January 2021 December 16, 2020 2:34 PM Maija Inveiss Posted: December 16, 2020 2:34 PM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesDominique Lenaye opens Stoughton’s first Black-owned brick-and-mortar bookstore Andrea Behling, Lenaye is the owner of Stoughton’s Itty Bitty Bookstore, where she makes sure there are books on the shelves that provide diverse representation and storytelling. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesGrace Coffee Co. has started off strong Hywania Thompson, With four locations opened in less than two years, Grace Coffee Co. is making moves in the area. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesCRASHprez pays it forward through hip-hop Joel Patenaude, Michael Penn II, aka rapper CRASHprez and a member of the hip-hop trio defprez, made a name for himself in Madison. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesLocal groups and restaurants provide alternatives to drinking Erica Krug, If 2020 has left you feeling hungover, you’re not alone. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top Stories6 Madison things to help you start 2021 on the right foot Andrea Behling, Take a look at what our editors are loving this month. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesLove is patient, love is postponed Andrea Behling, After what became an extended off season for engaged couples and vendors alike, 2021 might be the year of the rescheduled wedding. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesCurtis & Cake owner reflects on her time in Madison as she heads to Georgia Monica O'Connell, Now that I’m making my way back home to the South, I’m realizing there is a lot I’ll miss about the Madison food scene. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesRuby Clay hopes to expand her mentoring group to bring young, Black women together Maggie Ginsberg, Ruby Clay tries to be the resource she needed when she was young: that voice whispering in a Black girl’s ear that she is enough, that she is valued, that she is destined for great things. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesAt-home office overhauls moved to the top of the to-do list Andrea Behling, The biggest design trend of 2020 was born out of necessity — people everywhere are giving their home offices a makeover. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesCarlton Jenkins is up for the challenge Doug Moe, As the new superintendent of the Madison Metropolitan School District, Carlton Jenkins’ career comes full circle. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesTattoo artists say studios have doubled down on COVID-19 precautions Joel Patenaude, Lost Lakes and giige require clients to make appointments to be tattooed, and customers must also answer questions 48 hours in advance about their possible exposure to anyone infected with the coronavirus. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories11 food concepts popping up within Madison businesses Maija Inveiss, Amid the pandemic, many food concepts have opened within previously established locations. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesLumoli Co built an of-the-moment business Maija Inveiss, Starting a jewelry business wasn’t the plan when Molly Green picked up polymer clay jewelry as a hobby in January 2020. Columns, John Roach, Madison MagazineRoach: Shot in the dark John Roach, Wow. Almost didn’t get this column written because I was sick this past month. Columns, Editor's Note, Madison MagazineEditor's Note: Moving forward into 2021 Andrea Behling, Forward we trudge into 2021, with gratitude, humanity and hope in our hearts. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top NursesMadison's Top Nurses 2020 Maija Inveiss, Maggie Ginsberg, Andrea Behling, We pay tribute to courageous and compassionate front line nurses who show up, lead and innovate to care for patients. City Life, Madison MagazineTop Nurses 2020: Nurse Disrupted is screening the shelters Maggie Ginsberg, Nurse Disrupted began virtually triaging shelter guests through a tablet in March. City Life, Madison MagazineTop Nurses 2020: Brittany Nesbit developed drive-thru testing Maggie Ginsberg, Most of us remember how sudden the pandemic felt, and Brittany Nesbit is no exception. City Life, Madison MagazineTop Nurses 2020: Aniqueka Scott dove in as a new nurse Maggie Ginsberg, Aniqueka Scott never thought she’d be a nurse, let alone a Top Nurse. City Life, Madison MagazineTop Nurses 2020: Rachel Ruhland helped transform the ICU by finding home again Maggie Ginsberg, At the onset of the pandemic, Rachel Ruhland of William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital asked to be transferred to the intensive care unit as were preparing for a surge. City Life, Madison MagazineTop Nurses 2020: Nathan Bubenzer led throughout a crisis Andrea Behling, COVID-19 turned Nathan Bubenzer’s day-to-day into full pandemic response mode at Meriter. City Life, Madison MagazineTop Nurses 2020: Ryan Klaustermeier serves with heart Maija Inveiss, For Ryan Klaustermeier, every decision made at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic was focused on the best possible outcomes for his team and patients. City Life, Madison MagazineMeet our top nurse finalists Maija Inveiss, Celia Young, Andrea Behling, This year especially, as our nurses have become essential workers, we decided to recognize every nurse who was nominated in our biennial program.