Madison Magazine - July 2020 June 18, 2020 7:44 AM Maija Inveiss Posted: June 18, 2020 7:44 AM Updated: June 18, 2020 12:54 PM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesTossed and torched: Craving tableside dining during a pandemic Maija Inveiss, A hiatus from the full restaurant experience has made Dan Curd miss tableside dining. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesDarwin's eden reexamined in Elizabeth Hennessy's first book Joel Patenaude, The ancient belief that the Earth sits on the back of a turtle that rests on an infinite stack of ever-larger turtles has many interpretations. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories10 Madison restaurants serving up backyard favorite: fried chicken Aaron R. Conklin, Breaded, seasoned and spiced, fried chicken has always been an ideal centerpiece of a summertime picnic or a Fourth of July cookout. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesHot List: 6 things you'll want to check out this month Andrea Behling, Enjoy a mural, cute camping cups and more from Madison businesses. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe Innovate Network aims to coordinate and amplify startup initiatives on campus Maggie Ginsberg, The Innovate Network, coordinated by UW–Madison’s relatively new Discovery to Product, or D2P, program pulls together more than a dozen campus and campus-affiliated efforts. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMore women are leading the way in the city’s brewing scene Erica Krug, With the explosion of the craft beer industry, more women are at the helm on brew days. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesRoza Gilles transforms from teen model to CrossFit competitor Doug Moe, Roza Gilles can tell you the exact date her life changed. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesHip-hop dance teacher Daniel “Kooy” Buie is in demand Tamira Madsen, Daniel “Kooy” Buie gleans happiness from hip-hop dance, and he’s passing that passion on to his students. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe ripple effect of JFK in Madison Stu Levitan, Sixty years ago, Sen. John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign drew huge crowds and dramatically altered local politics. Columns, John Roach, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesRoach: Shelter from the storm John Roach, In times of turmoil, it is difficult to see the full story. But then it hits you: The chaos is the story. Columns, Madison Magazine, Neil HeinenHeinen: Stress unrelieved Neil Heinen, COVID-19 opened our eyes to stresses too long obscured by a distracted society. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesWays we cope with stress during COVID-19 Andrea Behling, At the same time, stress, grief and fear have crept into our everyday lives, making our mental health just as vulnerable. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineA letter to Sully the dog Maggie Ginsberg, Sully, you were not in the plans. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineA different kind of stress Madison Magazine, Being Black in America is not only hazardous to our health, but can be a death sentence for some. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineYour 2020 stress-baking horoscope Andrea Behling, Maybe you made this in quarantine, or maybe you should try to now. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineBake the stress away Andrea Behling, During a health crisis where so much is unknown and uncontrollable, an activity like baking allows us to manipulate variables to control the outcome. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineA wedding in quarantine Maija Inveiss, Getting a Zoom invite to your friends’ wedding to be held on April 1 sounds like an April Fools’ Day joke. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineThe Jacques Pépin in us all Andrea Behling, Our inner home cook has been forced out of the woodwork by quarantine. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineThe stress relief (and added stress) of outdoor activity Andrea Behling, At the forefront of our minds with this pandemic has been protecting our mental and physical health. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineLife at home with kids during quarantine Joel Patenaude, The state’s Safer at Home order challenged families with children of all ages. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineGetting in touch with nature during the coronavirus Maija Inveiss, Exploring natural areas can improve health and well-being, and collectively we’ve been doing a lot outdoors since quarantine started. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineDogs we love on Instagram Andrea Behling, If you don’t have a dog at home and need a canine pick-me-up, check out these Instagram accounts featuring local pups you can admire from a distance. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineWere more pets adopted due to quarantine? Hannah Twietmeyer, While some area pet shelters reported adoption increases during quarantine, others report lower numbers due to fewer furry friends available for adoption. Columns, Editor's Note, Madison MagazineEditor's note: blinding light of privilege Andrea Behling, I often have to squint through the blinding light of my own white privilege.