marcharchive2018

Roach: The flu and other things

Due to the flu, he experienced Madison health care

What struck me most was not just the quality of care, but those who provided it.

Heinen: Jazz's game

Take a look at Neil Heinen's Jazz playlist

For a Christmas present almost 10 years ago former Managing Editor Katie Vaughn asked the incomparable bassist Richard Davis, to recommend a list of “favorite songs to share with Neil Heinen.”

Recipe: Friday-night fish fry

Plus recipes for tartar sauce and veggie fries

Here in Wisconsin, the Friday-night fish fry is taken to a whole different level.

Madison's pioneering women

Celebrate Women's History Month

March is Women’s History Month, a great opportunity to reflect on the positive contributions of women in our backyard.

The start of the coffeehouse

From Ethiopia to Madison, coffee has a long past

The first coffeehouse opened in Venice in 1629; by 1663, there were more than 80 coffeehouses in London, and they became gathering places for the city’s merchants and traders.

Mixed Media: A Madison-centric podcast

"I Love Madison Show" features the city

The relentlessly upbeat “I Love Madison Show” weekly podcast is a logical extension of host Neil Mathweg’s work as a Realtor.

Staying mission driven in Madison

Paul Harrison works with fundraising for Access

Paul Harrison, 53, has been development and communications director for Access Community Health Centers in Madison for the past 14 years.

Meet at Madison Modern Market

The State Street shop offers functional gifts

Madison Modern Market has become a one-stop shop on State Street for functional yet beautifully designed items.

Share a bite and a beer at Longtable

Middleton restaurant is a communal diving haven

Longtable is an ode to the literal long tables (the longest measuring 23 feet and made from a single piece of wood) in the restaurant located in a new mixed-use building on Hubbard Avenue.

Monroe vs. Atwood

These two main roads have plenty to do

Even with two distinctly different vibes, we took a look at some of the must-dos and must-sees of each. Now it’s your turn to decide which one you like better.

3 alternative fitness centers in Madison

We can have a healthy heart with these workouts

We have the upper hand on that man made of tin, as we already have a heart, but we can make ours even stronger by going to these Best of Madison alternative fitness centers.

A community's road to resilience

Emotions swirled post-2016 presidential election

Emotions swirled within the Latino community after the 2016 presidential election, but perseverance and optimism have propelled Latinos forward.

Ted DeDee secures Overture Center's future

Broadway show sales doubled during tenure

Attendance for Overture’s Broadway shows alone nearly doubled from 58,518 to 116,113 during his tenure, and ticket sales, donations and operational revenue increased from $12.4 million to $22.6 million.

Best of Madison 2018

We're off to see the winners of BOM!

Come along on a journey to find out which businesses, people and places were voted the very best in Madison Magazine’s 37th annual readers poll.

Seeking sanctuary in Madison

CILC runs a legal clinic for low-income immigrants

In Wisconsin, the biggest issue is how possible crackdowns on so-called “sanctuary cities” would affect immigrants.