Madison Magazine - November 2020 October 22, 2020 8:58 AM Maija Inveiss Posted: October 22, 2020 8:58 AM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesGreen jobs could light the way in a post-pandemic economy Maggie Ginsberg, Before the COVID-19 crisis, clean energy jobs were growing one and a half times faster than overall employment in Wisconsin. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesLocal coffee and tea gift ideas for the holidays Sam Jones, For those who love to steep, brew, stir and sip, gift them some local drinkware, products and other trappings to imbibe in style this holiday season. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMonica White uncovers the history of farming by Black Americans Doug Moe, Monica White’s curiosity led her south, to a century of Black agriculture history in America, a tradition being drawn on today in Detroit and other cities. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesWith Wisconsin’s love of cheese, it’s no wonder this food craze caught on Dan Curd, The fact that fondue, Switzerland’s national dish, became a fun American food fad wasn’t an accident. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesHanah Jon Taylor holds out hope for his club Joel Patenaude, The unforeseen health crisis has the musician imagining an end to live music as he’s come to know it. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top Stories6 things to check out this November in Madison Andrea Behling, Here's our monthly editor's picks! Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesStart your day with these 13 local coffee roasters Sam Jones, The Madison area has local roasters creating flavorful coffee blends guaranteed to wake you up in the morning. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe healing side of art Michael Muckian, With stress and trauma at an all-time high, creating art is helping people of all ages work through personal and collective anguish. Arts & Culture, Madison MagazineTerrence Adeyanju found an artful way out Andrea Behling, Terrence Adeyanju remembers the first time art awakened something inside of him. Arts & Culture, Madison MagazineKristin Schmidt found her way to art therapy after facing her own traumas Michael Muckian, Many therapists discover their profession after seeing its benefits firsthand. Art therapist Kristin Schmidt is no different, and her personal experiences make a strong case for a discipline that’s become her career. Arts & Culture, Madison MagazineGrounding and calming kids affected by COVID-19 Sam Jones, Teachers and organizations like Gio’s Garden in Middleton have had to step up in recent months while facing barriers to providing care and instruction. Arts & Culture, Madison MagazineCreating downtown murals highlighted Brooklyn Doby’s talents and her new profession Michael Muckian, Doby was one of the artists chosen to turn State Street’s sea of plywood into murals that made both artistic and social statements. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style, Top StoriesMake sustainable swaps at Green Life Trading Co. Maija Inveiss, When owner Sasha Stone decided to open Green Life Trading Co. on Williamson Street, she aimed to make ethical and sustainable products easy to use. Columns, John Roach, Madison MagazineRoach: The morning after John Roach, As a person who has lived more years than most, I can not remember a weirder time in America. Columns, Editor's Note, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEditor's note: Proceed with caution Andrea Behling, This unusual year has made the small details of everyday life stand out like never before. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesIt's time for a Madison area staycation Maija Inveiss, Whether you’ve lived in the Madison area your entire life or just a year, there is plenty to be discovered during a staycation. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesHave a good night's stay at a Madison hotel Celia Young, While the coronavirus may have nixed international and some cross-state travel, Madison’s boutique hotel scene offers a few prime options for a close-to-home escape. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top Stories10 restaurants worth the trip (even if it’s for carryout) Maija Inveiss, Take the drive to explore charming nearby towns and the great dining experiences they have to offer. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top Stories5 ways to bring a vacation experience home Maija Inveiss, The safest thing to do is stay home and self-isolate, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a staycation. Here are five ways to make time off at home feel like a getaway. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesVenture out to the ’burbs Maija Inveiss, Celia Young, While staying close to home, consider going on an adventure and get to know one of Madison’s nearby towns. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top Stories5 B&Bs providing quality R&R Celia Young, For a quiet and quaint stay, book a night at an area bed-and-breakfast. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineSee another side of the city in distinct neighborhoods Andrea Behling, There’s much to be explored, even by a local on all sides of town. Consider a stay at one of these hotels in three distinct Madison neighborhoods. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineBefore you book a stay, research appropriate safety precautions Celia Young, Traveling anywhere, even to a local hotel, poses a risk to your safety and the health of your loved ones.