Yet again a dish from Husnus, the Turkish joint on State St. I believe beef dumplings with yogurt sauce.
Mornin' folk of Sconnie Land. After that brief and puzzling heat wave we're securely back in blue jean weather some of you may even be wearing scarfs. Pick up a copy of Isthmus today and read the cover story I co-authored with Bill Lueders on the governor's race.
Got a question for Barrett or Walker? Submit it to Wispolitics and it might show up at tomorrow's debate.
Mayor Dave taking another trip to Europe. Sweet Sweden it is this time.
Another case before the State Supreme Court shows divide along partisan lines. Court cannot come to decision on sick leave case.
Graeme Zielinski, a Dem Party spokesman, kicked out of a Walker event after calling a Walker campaign worker a racist.
AT&T, a long with several Republicans, is not happy about federal stimulus funding a new broadband network in Madison.
Epic is now the largest employer in the area.
And the Paradise Lounge is now, according to the Daily Cardinal, the number one dive bar in Madison.
Jeff Wood gets another 60 days in jail.
Johnson says 1977 Community Reinvestment Act to blame for recession.
Van Hollen joins nationwide foreclosure investigation.
Hillel honors UW alum who was executed by the Nazis.
The Wausau Daily Herald, the Voice of the Heartland: Arts funding should be a priority.
Consistent with my earlier post on the subject, most Council members are on the fence about the Overture purchase.
Herald couldn't come up with pun for this editorial: "Falk's early exit should go ahead with Dane County residents in mind."