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A survivor's triumph

Nela Kalpic helps survivors of domestic violence

Nela Kalpic has become a high-profile advocate for ending domestic violence and aiding survivors.

Recipe: Fried Green Tomato BLTs

Tomato takes center stage in this dish

I let most of my tomatoes turn bright shades of red, orange and yellow, but I always grab a few when they’re green, plump and just a bit tart.

Forward Fest puts a premium on inclusivity

Fest takes place Aug. 16-23 throughout the city

Madison leaders are doing a lot of good, intentional work on race and gender equity right now, and the entrepreneurial sector is no exception.

Heinen: Stop playing me for a fool

Election season means emails inundate Heinen

Stop with all the emails, please. Talk about abusive political propaganda: I am inundated with it. And very likely you are, too.

Mixed Media: Proud Parents' debut LP

Jerry Apps' new book draws on life as a professor

Mixed Media is a monthly series featuring a variety of arts and culture happenings in the Madison area.

50 August events to wind down the summer

Concerts, festivals, theater, comedy and more

August’s event forecast includes plenty of plays from young actors trying their skills, to adults stumbling during Sloshed Shakespeare, and enough outdoor concerts to soak up the rest of the summer sun.

Roach: A doggone good companion

We bonded in the way only a human can with a dog

Despite all the mayhem, we had bonded in the way only a human can connect with a dog.