Heinen: Imagining Madison's future

Madisonians' input impacts city's future

A new approach to the once-every-10-years updating of the city’s comprehensive plan, Imagine Madison’s goal is to gather the opinions of each and every Madisonian which will be used in planning the Madison of tomorrow—and beyond.

Recipe: Mighty mushrooms

This two-bite appetizer will be scooped up quickly

I’ve made these stuffed mushrooms for many parties, and they always disappear quickly. The filling is savory and holds together well, making this an easy-to-eat, two-bite appetizer.

Staying in the room

A professor's experience with social justice

Sue Robinson was confronted with how discrimination had entrenched our institutions—from schools to the news media—and directly inhibited others’ success.

Cow & Quince features local products

Retail meets restaurant at this New Glarus spot

Madison Magazine talked to Cow & Quince's owner Lori Stern about local products featured in the restaurant.

The student becomes the teacher

Paran Amirinazari leads Madison's classical music

Paran Amirinazari pursues a Ph.D. while she plays, directs and teaches classical music throughout the Madison area.

Winter is grow time

Start an indoor growing hobby

The Madison Greenhouse Store on Williamson Street can help gardening novices and seasoned pros move their hobby indoors.

Things to watch politically in 2018

A preview of issues candidates will talk about

Yes, it’s only January. But no, you won’t get much relief from politics, even though the elections are months away.

Sector67 founder receives needed support

Community donates after explosion

News of Chris Meyer’s accident—a propane tank explosion inside the soon-to-be new headquarters of Sector67, in which Meyer was injured—spread so far and wide.

Investing in restorative justice

Do Madisonians believe in second chances?

The June 2016 arrest of Genele Laird for causing a disturbance at East Towne Mall challenged this community on many levels.