A team of UW-Madison researchers has found a way to more easily identify brain cancer that could lead to earlier diagnoses and more effective treatment of the deadly disease.
Facing its biggest challenge of the year so far, No. 3 Wisconsin (5-0-0 WCHA, 7-0-0 overall) continued its defensive dominance Friday night, as it recorded its fifth-consecutive shutout en route to defeating No. 6 Bemidji State (3-1-1, 6-1-2) 3-0.
Redshirt senior point guard Traevon Jackson said he is ready to play this Sunday against Michigan State after missing nearly two months with a broken foot. Jackson hasn’t yet been cleared by the medical staff, so it’s uncertain whether he will indeed play against the Spartans.
Don’t Lose This is Roebuck “Pops” Staples latest and last album. With such a developed career, it’s hard to fathom how this man came to be so influential in the music industry. Pops Staples was born on a Mississippi plantation in the 1910s and was the youngest of 14 children. He got involved with local blues guitarists as a young boy and went from a singer to a band leader.
In addition to granting the ability to administer bachelor’s degrees to 15 community colleges, California has approved its Mega Millions lottery to award them as prizes.
Mexican ritual masks beckoned me from the rafters as I entered the front door of the Barrymore Theater Wednesday night. The Devil Makes Three’s sold out performance, with opener Joe Pug, promised to be at least the most captivating display of humanity in Madison, if not the most enthralling musical performance I have witnessed this winter.
The Wisconsin men’s hockey program and its fans can breathe a collective sigh of relief.
Nick Lowe is versatile. They nicknamed him “The Basher” for his production aesthetic. He all but gave Stiff Records a signature sound. His credits in the studio include Elvis Costello (with and without The Attractions), The Damned, The Pretenders, Graham Parker & The Rumour, Wreckless Eric and John Hiatt. He’s on good terms with Johnny Cash’s family. He was a member of seminal pub rock group Brinsley Schwarz. He’s done pure pop and Sinatra-style swing albums alike. He’s had hits both in his native England and across the pond here. He’s worshipped by Alex Turner and Jeff Tweedy. And now, he’s doing a holiday tour.