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Photo by Ross Harried In Belleville, UFOs are real. But not this one, built by Bill Wolf and his wife. They transformed a rusty Camaro using scrap metal from appliances to create an otherworldly vehicle that’s been the star of Belleville UFO Day parades since the late 1980s. This January, the Wolfs’ snow-dusted flying saucer is a reminder of the…

John Roach counters Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway’s “Vision Zero” with another cause worth considering.

Maggie Ginsberg looks back at the prohibition era in Madison 100 years later.

Soothing hues, organic shapes and tons of texture characterize Ashley Haley’s design firm and her newly renovated Fitchburg home.

The pandemic changed everything. So what does it take to be considered a top-notch workplace in 2022 and beyond?

Antique glass, supper club maps, hidden sandwich spots and more. Check out what our editors have their eyes on this month.

Some you’ve heard of, some you haven’t. Some you even may have seen. Get to know 9 local apparitions and where you can find them.

The hospital is a place for healing. However, in Dane County and across the country, racial inequality and health care disparities, especially among Black patients, require some healing of their own.

Nominated by peers and patients, these Madison-area nurses named Madison Magazine’s Top Nurses are at the heart of health care.

Making a living in information security was once considered a rare, if not impossible, challenge. But Madison’s Jack Koziol proved them all wrong.

Madison Magazine partners with Mike Gannon for second year to spotlight and award local women in honor of Amy and Jocelyn Gannon

The Pickle Pro Courts grand opening is Aug. 1 at 5:30 p.m. and features Beef Butter BBQ and a pro fundraising exhibition match benefiting FEED Kitchens and the River Food Pantry. The five-court indoor facility is Madison’s first.

See the full list of Best of Madison 2022 winners and so much more in the August issue of Madison Magazine.

If it had been up to Madison residents in 1927, the Dane County Regional Airport might have been named “Bob La Follette Landing Field” instead.

​​On Monona Terrace’s 25th anniversary, Neil Heinen reflects on the nearly-60-years-in-the-making project that’s encountered as much pushback as it has had influence.