The Bayview Foundation, a locally based non-profit, announced that they will dedicate more than $50 million to redeveloping the Triangle neighborhood.
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The Madison Police Department released a statement this past Monday warning Mifflin residents that they will be monitoring the anticipated Mifflin Street Block Party. They threatened to hand out citations for individuals caught violating county health orders and underage drinking.
The Madison Police Department responded to a shooting at a temporary housing shelter on First Street and Johnson which left one man hospitalized Monday evening.
A new emergency order enacted by Public Health Madison and Dane County loosens limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings for local restaurants and bars Wednesday.
Madison Metro Transit proposed a route change that would shift as much as 30% of bus traffic off of State Street on Feb. 6.
The Madison Police Department submitted a report to the Public Safety Review Committee describing the 11 recorded uses of tear gas — where 140 total canisters of gas were deployed — over the last 30 years, concluding that the gas is necessary for crowd control and barricaded individuals.
The two District 8 Alder candidates, Juliana Bennett and Ayomi Obuseh, participated in a virtual debate hosted by WORT 89.9FM last Wednesday to discuss their policy platforms in anticipation of the April 6 election.
As you start your holiday shopping for family and friends, take a moment to think —
With an increase in the COVID-19 case average and an all-time high in reported hospitalizations, Dane County officials advise people to stay home and celebrate the upcoming holidays responsibly.
As residents cast their in-person ballots on an Election Day fraught with tension, a Madison non-profit organization enlisted the help of "Election Defenders" at polling sites across the city to protect and empower voters.
Mayor Sataya Rhodes-Conway has selected Reuben Sanon to serve as Deputy Mayor beginning Nov. 2.
The City Council approved an ordinance allowing the Madison Police Department to continue, with constraints, to obtain equipment through its 1033 program and passed measures to launch a study on de-escalation alternatives before banning tear gas Tuesday night.
All nine community social justice organization recommendations for Police Civilian Oversight Board members have been announced ahead of this week’s Common Council session.
An amendment allocating $83,000 for a police body-worn camera pilot program was approved by the Madison Finance Committee on Tuesday and will advance to final deliberations for the 2021 Capital Improvement Plan.
If you’re anything like me, you want every asset of your life to align with the season. Summer is full of trap music, electronic bops and even a little country. As the weather gets colder my music gets quiet, slow and a bit sad. Something about fall makes me less inclined to listen to new music, but rather indulge in nostalgia with old favorites. I cannot give a definitive answer of what makes an album “fallish,” but here are five that I will be listening to for the next few months.
While they may try, few artists can make music that appeals to both mainstream and underground scenes. English pop star, Charli XCX, does it by not shying away from the bizarre, nor looking down on the popular. On Thursday, after releasing a steady stream of singles over the past few months, Charli released her anticipated studio album, Charli.
Recent graduate Jake Walczyk started Madison Industry for Madison Students to fill a void plaguing the music scene on campus. He asked himself why this club was needed on campus and what purpose should it serve.
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On Sunday night, rapper Nipsey Hussle was shot and killed while leaving his clothing store in Los Angeles. The news was devastating to the music community, which resulted in an outpouring of sympathies to his family — especially his two children and girlfriend, Lauren London.
“Greener Grass” is an absurdist comedy directed, written and led by Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe. Originally a short film, DeBoer and Luebbe turned it into a full-length narrative feature film due to its positive reception.