Big news today, but that doesn't mean you should skip your Brunch, which is a delicious assortment of goodies from the Klubhouse Bar and Restaurant. Getting up to 79 today, low of 49 at night.
EDGEWATER PROJECT APPROVED...at 7:42 a.m. It appears Brenda Konkel stayed up all night, as did Kristin Czubkowski.On one hand I'm sick of talking about the Edgewater. On the other hand, the approval opens up a bunch of interesting new debates about how the city's investment works and the consequences of the spending.
Mayor Dave raises the first issue: Jobs. He thinks they'll come.
Huge night for national politics. Arlen Specter loses in the PA Democratic Primary, ending a 30 year career, 29 of which were spent in the GOP. In Kentucky, Rand Paul (related to Ron Paul in one way and Ayn Rand in another) wins the GOP primary, to the dismay of Republican leaders, including Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell.
Doyle partially vetoes payday lender bill to tighten restrictions on payday loans, including auto loans.
Journal Sentinel: Commuter Rail. Let's do it.
Sunshine Daydream on State St sells synthetic weed for $25/gram.
Oh no, as if he needed another reminder of his Doyley past: Leinenkugel scolded for using state telephone for campaign purposes.
So this is what a red bike box will look like in Madison.
I was hoping that "The economic impact of fitness" article would tell me that if I run everyday I'll get rich. That is not what it says.
Wanna hear an old school Republican idea from the Cap Times? Cut spending at the Pentagon.
If you haven't got the memo, John Nichols supports the people. In this particular case, that makes him a fan of Mark Neumann, who is not participating in the state GOP convention, because he knows he will lose to Scott Walker.
Is Ron Johnson the next Herb Kohl?
Jay Bullock: Who is this dude running against Gwen Moore in the primary? I would guess he might really be a Republican. I'll have to talk to him.