Oﬀ the intersection of Fordem Avenue and East Johnson Street, you’ll find Jiggy Jamz, one of Madison’s only EDM-focused vinyl shops, where electronic junkies can
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Madison moves on from Freakfest
This year marks the third consecutive Halloween without the annual festival For the third year in a row, Madison’s annual Freakfest event will not occur.
East Side Ushers in Summer with Dance, Drums
Dancing, drums and laughter filled Olbrich Park last Friday as the Madison community came to enjoy Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara (SASY) Neighborhood Association’s annual celebration of the summer
Mifflandia Project Presents Development Proposal at Final Public Meeting
The City of Madison planning team charged with guiding the redevelopment of Madison’s Mifflin neighborhood showed off its final recommendations at the project’s last public
Mifflandia Project Guides the Future of Mifflin Street Neighborhood
The City of Madison began laying the groundwork for updates to the historic Mifflin Street neighborhood with its 2012 Downtown Plan, but from then until
Regional planners seek input from community members on their “Greater Madison Vision”
A regional planning commission is surveying Madison-area residents to discover how communities would like the city to change in the future.
Real Life Library promotes empathy and understanding with live “books”
Walking into Goodman South Madison Library on Saturday afternoon, visitors are greeted by two friendly staff members. “Are you here for the Real Life Library,”
Madison artists give residents signs of life
Yard signs with messages about community and belonging have popped-up around Madison as part of a Madison Arts Commission temporary project.
Health Department Offers Free Private Well Testing To Dane County Residents
Public Health Madison & Dane County is offering free private well water testing to impacted Dane County residents following last week’s floods.
Madison’s Neighborhood Resource Teams want to shift perspectives, improve quality of life in “pockets” of the city
Mayor Paul Soglin’s Neighborhood Resource Teams are working to tune into Madison residents in order to address their needs by introducing neighborhood-based improvement projects to