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Madison Housing Guide 2016

It’s more than just a house or an apartment—it’s a home. Your home, for the next year. Madison’s housing scene includes luxurious high rises, friendly neighborhoods and trendy apartments.


Stir up your typical java with Madison’s coffee scene

Joe has many names. Some say java, others affectionately call it mud, but most just say coffee. Regardless of the name, for many of us running hectic lives on this bustling campus, it’s the only thing that gets us out of bed in the morning. In honor of last week’s coffee day, WalletHub put together a list of the best cities for coffee-lovers to call home in 2016.

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Makeup tips for drawing the classic winged liner

For those of us not gifted with a perfectly steady hand or a team of expert makeup artists, a lot of q-tips, makeup remover and frustration can be wasted trying to get that cat-eye just right. Learning to master this classic beauty look can be a difficult process.


Dane County Farmers' Market Guide 2016

Find out everything you need to know about the Dane County Farmers' Market with our guide below! Here's a sneak peek at the puns inside: "Peas get excited to turnip the beet and make your way out to Wisconsin's most happening market."

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Social media etiquette in the modern age

We live in an age of social media. It is a fact. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, you name it: The accounts have become a part of our lives.  We interact with people from around the world, find out news, upload pictures and do it all from the comfort of our own homes.

Forage Kitchen emphasizes healthy ingredients. 

Forage Kitchen blends food, health and style

This fall, co-owners Doug Hamaker and Henry Aschauer, along with chef Katie Brozen opened Forage Kitchen — a restaurant where delicious and healthy food meets convenience.  Hamaker and Aschauer both graduated UW-Madison in 2010, but the idea for Forage Kitchen was dreamt up long before then.  Forage Kitchen was conceptualized while the two were still attending school and noticed a lack of, as Hamaker puts it, “homegrown or healthy restaurants to eat at.” Thus, Forage Kitchen was born.  “[People] don’t have to stress about eating healthy, because everything in the restaurant is healthy,” Hamaker said.  The duo wanted to create a setting that had a sophisticated vibe comparable to a sit-down restaurant in New York City or Chicago.

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