The sun shall shine in Sconz Nation today. High of 86, low of 66. Weird donuts. Heads up! Later today I will be talking to Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, about his lawsuit with Club for Growth against the Government Accountability Board.
Yola's Café is apparently another good place to get some baked goods and coffee. Right now I've been on the Willy St. tip, but one of these days I'll get that good ol' Westside craving and check it out.
A belated run-down of city meetings this week from Kristin Czubkowski. Kristin is sorry it's late I feel you Kristin, "Brunch" Links exists largely because I can't get up early enough to compete with some early birds.
Walgreens is cool for booze in Madison.
Kevin Bargnes: City bans dogs at certain festivals. I would like to take the assist for this article I told Kevin that Bill Lueders would love a dog article.
Here is an article I wrote nearly two years ago about a beer pong display at Walgreens.
And then there's this place called the Overture which apparently got approved to Mayor Dave.
I love little articles like this: UW fundraising group won't disclose its leader's salary.
Tim Pawlenty wants to make English the official language of Minnesota. James Sonneman might have something funny to say about that...
Former GOP legislator files age discrimination suit after being denied a job as a clerk for the legislature.
Uh oh, the Oshkosh Northwestern doesn't seem to happy about the mascot law.
Christian Schneider proposes some ways to raise more revenue for the State of Wisconsin. When my search for the word "marijuana" came up empty I stopped reading.
Everybody, the voice of the people has spoken: Let there be referendums on RTA tax, says the Cap Times.
Nice, a national Timeshares owners group is coming to Wisconsin.
Madison teachers don't want no test.
Emily is talking about the Edgewater.
And last but not least: Bristol Palin calls off her engagement. And she pwns the bf in the process.