Doug Moe

A career in securing cyberspace

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

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

The skeleton in the chimney

A cold case heats up as DNA experts step in to try to help solve a late-1980s mystery: Whose skeleton was found in the chimney of a local music store, how did it get there, and why?

A cold case heats up as DNA experts step in to try to help solve a late-1980s mystery: Whose skeleton was found in the chimney of a local music store, how did it get there, and why?

Sunday Reads: Reading to make the world feel smaller

In case you missed it, Madison Magazine is sharing our introduction to the last month's edition of our monthly 'Sunday Reads' newsletter.

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Sunday Reads: Celebrating last month's big book issue

In case you missed it, Madison Magazine is sharing our introduction to the last month's edition of our monthly 'Sunday Reads' newsletter.

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Doug Moe's next book adds to his already impressive writing career

Doug Moe is a veritable literary machine, having written or edited more than a dozen books and literally thousands of newspaper and magazine columns over the past 40-plus years.

Doug Moe is a veritable literary machine, having written or edited more than a dozen books and literally thousands of newspaper and magazine columns over the past 40-plus years.

Sunday Reads: A tribute to Dick Wagner and creating spaces

In case you missed it, Madison Magazine is sharing our introduction to the last month's edition of our monthly 'Sunday Reads' newsletter.

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British golf protege turned Wisconsin pro aims to make the sport more inclusive

As her life in golf progressed from touring professional to instructor and brought her to the States, Shapcott has worked to rid the sport of the male-dominated mindset.

As her life in golf progressed from touring professional to instructor and brought her to the States, Shapcott has worked to rid the sport of the male-dominated mindset.

Why 'The Queen's Gambit' rang a bell and helped launch a career

When he learned the popular Netflix series was based on a novel, Doug Moe suddenly remembered he'd reviewed it nearly 40 years ago.

When he heard the popular Netflix series was based on a novel of the same name, Doug Moe remembered he'd reviewed it for a newspaper nearly 40 years ago.

What to do in Madison this May

Get back into the groove of things with this month’s arts and entertainment lineup.

These virtual and socially distant get-togethers celebrate music, movies and more, so plan ahead and make an evening of it all.

Remembering Bob Royko: 'Everyone should have such a brother'

The longtime Madisonian died in January nearly 25 years after his famous sibling, Mike. Doug Moe pays tribute to them both.

Longtime Madisonian Bob Royko would have lived a full and admirable life even if he didn’t have a famous brother — which he did. It’s how I met him.

MAD for our artists

These six illustrators contributed their talent and humor to the parody project.

These six illustrators contributed their talent and humor to the parody project.

Ken Kopp brings a taste of the Carribean to Monroe Street

Lorraine’s Restaurant to replace New Orleans Take-Out

Ken Kopp IV is borrowing the name of his wife's Jamaican grandmother and her island culinary heritage for Lorraine’s, the Caribbean-influenced restaurant he plans to open in the New Orleans space at 1517 Monroe St. sometime in January.