events

We finally(!) have some local food events again

From local beer to a South-East Asian eatery opening, check out 7 events going on this weekend in Madison's food scene.

From local beer to a South-East Asian eatery opening, check out 7 events going on this weekend in Madison's food scene.

Enjoy Pi(e) Day 7 ways

This weekend's pop ups and promos are all about pi(e).

Whether you prefer sweet or savory, this weekend promises a variety of pies and fun in celebration of Pi Day.

10 ways to celebrate Valentine's Day in Madison

Spread the love with food, drinks and celebratory events in Madison this week.

Choose from romantic dinners for two, Galentine’s Day parties, beer and wine tastings and more this week to celebrate love.

3 things to know about this year's Frozen Assets Festival

Sixth annual event returns to Lake Mendota

It's no secret Madison locals love our lakes. And this weekend, area families have a chance to celebrate them and help preserve them during the Clean Lakes Alliance's 6th annual Frozen Assets Festival.

Zoo to host fun, free Earth Day event

Activities will focus on educating everyone on importance of biodiversity

The Henry Vilas Zoo will be celebrating Earth Day on Saturday with fun, free, family-friendly events geared toward educating everyone about the importance of biodiversity, according to a release.

Ordinance in Iowa County may impact bike events

Neighbors concerned about residents, property being mistreated by event participants

A new special events ordinance in Iowa County has some people concerned it could drive away organized bike events.

Paying for protest patrol in Madison

High-volume events must now pay for extra officers

The Great Midwest Marijuana Harvest Festival is pushing its 42nd year, still uniting people in an effort to legalize the drug. The event culminates with a march down State Street. For the first time, however, the groups running the event are being asked to pay for extra officers.

Paying for protest patrol in Madison

High-volume events must now pay for extra officers

The Great Midwest Marijuana Harvest Festival is pushing its 42nd year, still uniting people in an effort to legalize the drug. The event culminates with a march down State Street. For the first time, however, the groups running the event are being asked to pay for extra officers.

Red Cross Holds Holiday Blood Drive

The holidays might be the season of giving gifts, but one organization is reminding area residents to give a different gift.As it has for 26 years, the American Red Cross hosted its Holiday Blood Drive.Just on Friday, the Red Cross…

Badgers', Ducks' Fans Team Up For Service Project

Before competing in the Rose Bowl next week, fans and students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Oregon will be on the same team for a New Year's Day community service project.According to a news release from…