Folk artists Gregory Alan Isakov and Blind Pilot teamed up Tuesday to serenade a small but packed Capitol Theater.
Picture that cliché feeling of driving with your windows down, scream-singing on a summer day. Now take that feeling and multiply it by 100 and you have yourself a Lumineers concert.
Sectioned into weekly topics on neurological anatomy, functions and mental health processes, the course encourages students to take notes, complete homework and interact with peers through an artistic lens. This includes drawing and sketching course material in a series of composition notebooks, according to the class syllabus.
Maybe I’m just a sucker for a quiet banjo and a British accent, but up on the balcony section of High Noon Saloon, above a canopy of stringed lights on a Thursday night, London-based folk band Bear’s Den reminded me just how possible it is to smile and shed a tear at the same time.
The Capital Times held a panel discussion Tuesday evening to discuss inequities and reforms in the criminal justice system on both a national and state level.
The Greater Madison Jazz Consortium announced Monday its plans for its third annual spring concert series entitled InDIGenous.
Two Chicago-based companies appeared before the City of Madison Board of Estimates Wednesday evening to pitch their development ideas for the Judge Doyle Square project. Beilter Real Estate Services and Vermillion Enterprises, LLC both proposed hotels and retail centers for the area, which includes two blocks of land in between Monona Terrace and Capitol Square.
Community leaders held a press conference Wednesday morning to announce March as Voter ID Month in Madison, an effort coordinated by VoteRiders and the Dane County Voter ID Coalition that aims to spread awareness of the new voter ID law passed in February. Senate Bill 295, which passed in early February, mandates that citizens must have a valid Wisconsin state ID, which includes driver’s licenses or state-issued voter IDs, in order to vote.
Nationally renowned start-up accelerator gener8r announced its 2016 program participants Wednesday, which included Madison-based start-up 23VIVI.
UW-Madison Director of Community Relations Everett Mitchell discusses social injustice at community talkBy Katie Scheidt | Feb. 10, 2016
UW-Madison Director of Community Relations Rev. Everett Mitchell held a talk with community members at the Unitarian Society of Madison Monday evening to discuss a variety of social justice issues, including racial profiling, mass incarceration and poverty.