Madison Magazine - October 2020 September 23, 2020 8:29 AM Maija Inveiss Posted: September 23, 2020 8:29 AM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison-made board games find a market as more people spend time at home Joel Patenaude, Local retailers and designers of tabletop games were dealt good and bad cards over the past few months as players needed to stay physically distant from one another. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesLushLife Vegan Bakery is powered by plants Hywania Thompson, Carrie Seward’s vegan creations have found a faithful following in Madison. Social media star Tabitha Brown has given her stamp of approval, too. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style, Top Stories6 things to check out this October Andrea Behling, October is here! Take a look at our editor's picks. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe hole truth about doughnuts Dan Curd, We consume 10 billion doughnuts a year in the U.S. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesStartup aims to create meaningful employment after incarceration Maggie Ginsberg, Formerly incarcerated job seekers face not only a stigma, but also a five-times-higher unemployment rate. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineDoggy in the Window pops up in The Ideal Bar Erica Krug, Doggy in the Window, is “a little neighborhood hot spot,” Josh Swentzel says, located in The Ideal Bar in Schenk’s Corners on Atwood Avenue. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe difficult, fluid, consequential, incredibly uncomfortable path to going ‘back to school’ Andrea Behling, The variables are almost innumerable in figuring out what’s best for students, educators and parents alike as we start a new school year during a pandemic. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesJames Madison Memorial High School teacher works to keep his students engaged virtually Madison Magazine, Teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic is really testing the potency of my anxiety medication and the effectiveness of my therapist. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesGoodman Community Center educator grapples with inequality amid Black Lives Matter movement Madison Magazine, At times, it’s mind-boggling to consider the things that have happened this year. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMother of three considers what changes could come to education, parenting and work-life balance Madison Magazine, There is no denying that the prospect of schools reopening (or staying closed) has been at the forefront of nearly every parent’s mind for the past several months. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesA Madison East High School sophomore’s new schedule has allowed time for reflection Madison Magazine, In ways too complicated to describe in a short essay, it just wasn’t an average school year. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories14 restaurants to find a delicious breakfast in the Madison area , Whether you like your eggs sunny side up, scrambled or over easy, you’ll find a delicious daybreak meal at one of these classic spots. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Shopping & StyleZ Boutique encourages body positivity through stylish clothing Maija Inveiss, Z Boutique is Wisconsin’s only locally owned brick-and-mortar shop specializing in plus-size clothing. City Life, Coronavirus, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison is home to one of the world’s top virologists Doug Moe, The novel coronavirus has upped the stakes for Kawaoka and his teams in Madison and Tokyo, yet life goes on in a pandemic, even for one of the world’s leading virologists Columns, John Roach, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesRoach: I want to be bored silly John Roach, Well, it’s nearly time to vote. And there’s no better time to decide what I want from our next president over the next four years. Columns, Editor's Note, Madison MagazineEditor's note: Thanks, Neil Andrea Behling, "He’s a man of resounding awareness, both of himself and the world around him." City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEpic answers (well, answers some) questions Marc Eisen, When Marc Eisen set out to write a cover story about Epic Systems Corp., he knew working with the famously insular tech company would be a challenge. But he did get a few questions answered. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe Future of Madison's 'Epiconomy' Marc Eisen, Our town has hooked its star to the software giant's success. But what happens when founder Judith Faulkner leaves? City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEpic is not EXACTly the Microsoft of Madison Marc Eisen, Epic is not Madison’s Microsoft; Exact Sciences is, says WARF executive. Columns, Madison Magazine, Neil Heinen, Top StoriesNeil Heinen's career in words Neil Heinen, This marks Neil Heinen's final “For the Record” column, capping 20 years of monthly column writing for Madison Magazine.