After months of grappling with loss and controversy, friends and family of Paul Heenan, the local musician who was fatally shot by a Madison police officer last fall, want to celebrate his life.
Men-centered beer commercials and college keg stands don’t make beer all that appealing to women.
“Kinyarwanda” is a language spoken by 12 million people in the vicinity of Rwanda. The film by the same name from writer-director Alrick Brown gives glimpses of the 100-day Rwandian genocide in 1994.
After an hour’s drive northwest of downtown Madison, aspiring rock climbers don’t have to go anywhere but up.
It's a sound that's smoother than butter and sweeter than ... well, honey.
In “The Big Lebowski,” the Dude obsesses about how his rug, which has gone missing, “really tied the room together.”
It’s a tale as old as time, but audiences a bit younger will enjoy a short renaissance of the beloved Disney animated film while “Beauty and the Beast” is on the Overture Center stage.
All the pieces fall into place in University of Wisconsin MFA student Alice O’Neill’s exhibit “Domino,” now on display in the Porter Butts Gallery at the Memorial Union.
For music veterans Emily Saliers and Amy Ray, sticking to their renowned folk rock, narrative style is preferred over contrived reinvention.
Once a year, thousands of light sticks illuminate Garner Park, as members of the community join in to conduct Madison Opera singers at an evening of Broadway show tunes and operatic hits.
Some food label readers don't do it to count calories.
Gluten-free baker Nikki Burns, 26, watches out for ingredients like wheat, soy sauce and so-called "natural" flavors.
After a long day, that furry, four-legged friend that offers unconditional love can be a welcome sight.
"The Lamentable Tragedie of Scott Walker" is back by popular demand — and all performances, which run through Nov. 19, are sold out.
While the sustainability and slow food movements thrive in Madison, local churches and vendors are offering additional food for thought.