Good morning, good morning, good morning! -8 degrees. Really? Is that the best you can do, Mother Nature? What are these? Edible flowers? Raphael Kadushin explains why 43 North is the place to be.
Journal Sentinel has a rundown of various studies that compare the difference between private and public sector compensation.
This is bizarre. Russ Decker appears hesitant to bring the employee contract legislation to the floor Fred Risser is hinting that Senate Dems might have to elect a new leader just to get the bill passed.
I believe this is the Cap Times cover story this week: "Bypassed: What killing the train means for Madison."
This is just so depressing: City planning documents still include high-speed rail station.
Mayor Dave ponders attacks against Madison. Kudos to Paul Fanlund for calling out the Wall Street Journal editorial page.
Research Park 2 could add 8,000 high-tech jobs.
Lukas Diaz opines on Mike Tate's future as DPW chair.