Madison Magazine - June 2020 May 20, 2020 9:20 PM Maija Inveiss Posted: May 20, 2020 9:20 PM Updated: May 20, 2020 9:24 PM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison gypsy jazz band Harmonious Wail is not slowing down Joel Patenaude, Harmonious Wail — standard-bearers for Americana-infused gypsy jazz/swing music in Madison and beyond for 30 years — had a May 8 gig at Stoughton Opera House postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEating through the pandemic Dan Curd, In these times of self-isolation, I have turned to comfort food. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison things worth checking out this month Andrea Behling, Candles, locally made face masks, a not so subtle beer and more. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesBlue Mounds business makes protective face gear for medical personnel Maggie Ginsberg, Midwest Prototyping is an industry leader in 3D printing, rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesKing Street's D'Vino is divine Andrea Behling, When you’re drinking wine at a vineyard in Italy, opening a wine bar and tapas restaurant sounds like a great idea. Columns, Madison Magazine, Neil Heinen, Top StoriesHeinen: Madison media, we’re in this together Neil Heinen, Local news gathering is a responsibility and a privilege and those of us who do it take it seriously. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison's dining community’s dedication to serving others continues during a public health crisis Erica Krug, Here are just a few of those stories about people helping people. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesJason Hoke judges dog shows around the world while remaining a top-notch chef Doug Moe, From judging dog shows around the world to cooking at a high-end restaurant to running two businesses in Madison — Jason Hoke has done it all. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesLivestreaming keeps artists and music makers in front of an audience Joel Patenaude, Livestreamed music performances from living rooms and backyards have become almost nightly occurrences. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesNeedle exchange programs have quietly saved lives in Wisconsin for decades Alicia Artus, This special report was supposed to be a cover story for Isthmus, but then the local alt-weekly newspaper announced it would go dark on March 19 due to COVID-19, meaning this story wouldn’t make it to print. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style, Top Stories8 Madison-based, online-only shops worth checking out Maija Inveiss, When retailers closed their doors temporarily, shopping local went digital. Columns, John Roach, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesRoach: Will COVID-19 be an uninvited wedding guest? John Roach, Well, didn’t the Roach clan pick an interesting time to plan a wedding? Columns, Editor's Note, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEditor's note: Simple acts during a pandemic Maija Inveiss, How are we doing here at the magazine? We’re doing pretty well, all things considered. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison's voices of resilience Madison Magazine, Everything we love about this city has been affected by this virus. City Life, Madison MagazineA frontline caregiver stays the course Madison Magazine, Life was hectic before COVID-19 for Dr. Amanda Preimesberger, her firefighter husband and their four kids. City Life, Madison MagazineA leader answers the call Madison Magazine, Action, encouragement, compassion and trust are only a few of the hallmarks of effective leadership. City Life, Madison MagazineAn artist exposes art’s value Madison Magazine, This shutdown could result in a ‘local, cultural renaissance,’ says Jenie Gao, but basic needs for a side-stepped sector need to come first. City Life, Madison MagazineA nonprofit founder envisions a new path Madison Magazine, The shift from crisis to recovery could present an opportunity to disrupt disparities. City Life, Madison MagazineAn editor fights for local journalism Madison Magazine, The tough decision to shutter Isthmus sparked a rallying cry to save the alt-weekly.