Temperate weather to start off the week. We got a high of 62, low of 36 today, with some clouds in the sky. Brunch today will be something I don't recognize from Opa.I'm sure the good people from Eating in Madison A to Z can tell you what it is. Prince Fielder is still without a home run.
Madison without leadership! Our mayor and county executive are stuck in a hotel in Amsterdam. I wonder how they're biding their time. Can't wait to see the facebook pics.
Madison property values decline for first time in 35 years.
Check out Dane101's review of Baraboo, a movie that just aired at the Wisconsin Film Festival. It was done by some Sconnie director who came back (with the benefits of film tax credits??) and made a movie about good old Baraboo.
But Baraboo is not the only place in 'Sconzin attracting outsiders. In fact, Southwest Wisconsin has recently become host to many meteorite-hunters.
In case you were hoping the rules didn't apply to you, or you were too busy tea partying to mail in your taxes, here is some extremely basic info on paying your taxes, provided by the State Journal.
The Green Bay Press Gazette is asking people to send in their prom pictures. The absence of alcohol and dry humping makes me wonder if the photos they got were even prom pictures at all.
The Appleton Post-Crescent offers the PG-13 version: What's happening in Fox Cities bars and clubs?
Rep. Jeff Wood has his day in court this morning. He is planning to plead no contest to 3rd offense OWI.
Wow, over the past ten years about 8,300 Russian children have been adopted in Minnesota alone. Sen. Amy Klobucher (D-MN), is working to mend U.S.-Russia adopting relations after some idiot in Tennessee screwed them up.
Schools, global warming, but most importantly, raw milk. That's what will define the 11th hour of the legislative session.
Cap Times ed board: If unlimited corporate campaign spending is the law of the land, then at least let the shareholders approve of it.
The assisted suicide case, involving the UW student who was charged with killing fellow student Joel Marino, moves forward in court. It represents "unchartered waters" for the Dodge County DA.