It’s pretty easy to fall in love with Madison. From our sports teams, to our green pastures, to our love for culture, art & food, we have it all!
Tired of doing the same thing every Halloween in Madison? You’re in luck because we have gathered a list of our favorite non-traditional Halloween events happening right around us.
When you support a locally owned business, you’re also supporting the local economy, and help us participate in charitable causes. The Dane County Deputy Sheriff’s Association will host their eighth annual charity basketball game against the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday, April 12. If you’ve never been before, this is a great event for the whole family. Here are more details on the game and what to expect.
If you haven’t heard, the place we call home has been getting attention as one of the best places to live in the whole country. Madison has recently been recognized for having the best quality of life and being one of the best college towns. Back in 2014, NerdWallet named Madison as one of the greenest cities in the US, and for good reasons! Here are some of the ones we thought of in our office.
The Badger State has approximately 20 athletes with Wisconsin ties competing in the Rio Olympics. In addition to Madisonites competing for Team USA, a few UW alumni are competing for their home countries including Canada, New Zealand, and Lithuania. We’ve compiled a list of some athletes representing Team USA with ties back to Madison. For each of these athletes, Rio will be their first time competing at the Olympics.
Whether you’re 100 percent Irish, or don’t have an ounce of Irish in your blood, you can still celebrate all of the St. Patrick Day’s celebrations that Madison has to offer. There’s something for everyone, from parades to sampling traditional Irish fare. Here is our list of the top five St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Madison.
Just like Fish Frys and Brat Fest in the spring, Oktoberfest is a big deal in Madison. While it would make sense for most Oktoberfest celebrations to happen in October, the original festival was moved to September in its home region of Bavaria in Germany to take advantage of warmer weather. Here in the Madison area, many of the best events also tend to happen towards the end of September, with a few lingering into October. If you’re looking to break out your lederhosen or dirndl (or even if you don’t), you can enjoy these four events.
Just like Fish Frys and Brat Fest in the spring, Oktoberfest is a big deal in Madison. While it would make sense for most Oktoberfest celebrations to happen in October, the original festival was moved...
How prepared is your business for whatever Mother Nature throws at you? September is National Preparedness Month, according to FEMA. While in the heat of the moment your first concern is about you and...