9 a.m. is the happy medium for brunch links. It is not so early that it cannot be called brunch, but it is not so late that the news is already irrelevant. Now that looks like real spaghetti, or linguine whatever it is it's better than the spaghettio's I've been making over the past three months. Erin Hanusa reports on Francesca al Lago, a new Italian joint on the Square. She digs it, even though it an idea conceived by FIBs.
What's going on in the city this week Kristin?
Mayor Dave wants a train station. But not just any train station. He wants to pimp that shit out.
Cool: Cap Times offers column space for all Dem candidates in 77th Assembly District race.
Federal court rules UW cannot deny Catholic organization funds.
Speaking of courts, fascinating Times piece on the increasingly rigid partisan allegiances of Supreme Court clerks. Unsurprisingly, Clarence Thomas stands as the caricature of the new trend.
Only one in ten of Wisconsin's elderly live in poverty. But I'm sure that will change when Social Security is eliminated. Then we'll never have to worry about poor old people again.
After UW researcher is convicted of falsifying documents for a grant application, the university sets up a process for students to report their superiors suspected of malfeasance.
Haha, I always wonder why condiment stands at stadiums aren't an easier target for health inspectors. Whoops, I guess we're talking about concessions stands here.
In the instances when you can get a Brenda-Bridget coalition, you'd think you'd win. That was not the case for the proposal to push back the date when landlords can "show" apartments.
MATC has expansion plans.
State favored law firm with Doyle connections for a contract.
Obama announces major infrastructure investments at MIlwaukee Labor Fest.
Post-Crescent: Stop moving the damn primary date!
Peace Park renovations still bring controversy.
Cap Times on McDonald's settlement: Take those sons a guns to court!
Daily Cardinal to Mayor Dave: Don't forget students.