Good morning! Frankly, snow fall and an increase in temperature are welcome changes for me. A high of 26 today might even improve to a high of 34 tomorrow. The fun won't last, however. On Sunday we'll have a high of 15 and a low of 0. Here's a strawberry cake that a friend made.
Erin Hanusa gives a review of Southern Plate, a book that is not about southern plates, but rather the food that comes on the southern plates.
Only in Madison: Willy St. activists succeed in getting narrower street. Because these are literally the people who walk to their job at the co-op.
Finally, the press covers it: GOP floating right-to-work legislation.
Dems are starting to respond to Walker's anti-union rhetoric. Mark Miller gives his two cents, and Tamara Grigsby ups the ante, saying Walker has no right to talk about "haves and have nots" while he is killing jobs.
Christine Sinicki says Walker will promote a "fire-at-will" agenda for workers.
In response, Walker says state workers are "great people who do great work."
Chris Rickert has a healthy school lunch idea: Turkey brats and low-fat cheese curds.
The Student Labor Action Coalition has a letter-to-the-editor about the use of non-union workers at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery.
Walker supports rail...for freight. Is it simply not good enough for people?
Madison Metro agrees to new contract.
Daily Cardinal opines on the influence Mayor Dave has had as mayor.
New community health clinic has drawn opposition over its name.
John Nichols points out the ideologically diverse forces behind Zach Brandon.
Ethics board debates city officials going on third-party-funded trips.
Superior rejects ban on fast-food toys.