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Steven Potter

Madison settles Tony Robinson lawsuit for record $3.35 million

Attorneys representing the family of Tony Robinson say they had strong evidence directly contradicting Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny’s account in the 2015 killing. On Thursday, the city settled the case for $3.35 million.

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David Michael Miller

Did a Madison alder help pave the way for a biergarten run by her husband at Olbrich Park? The Common Council is expected to vote on the project on March 7. more

Feb 28, 2017 2:13 PM News 8 Comments

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James Berbert

How did Gen. Michael Flynn — recently ousted from Donald Trump’s administration — evolve from a rebellious skater punk into “General Chaos"? more

Feb 27, 2017 5:16 PM Democracy In Crisis

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J.M. Giordano

White House advisor Steve Bannon talks scary talk about creating a new political order around a national culture. He said he wanted the “deconstruction of the administrative state.” more

Feb 24, 2017 3:12 PM Democracy In Crisis

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Jim Gill

Ed Garvey, attorney, labor activist and founder of Fighting Bob Fest, has died at age 76. He appeared in the 1990s as a commentator on Wisconsin Public Television’s "WeekEnd” news program. Andy Moore, the show’s senior news producer remembers Garvey. more

Feb 23, 2017 3:59 PM News 2 Comments

Too busy to read all the news? No worries. Isthmus has got you covered with Week in Review. more

Feb 23, 2017 5:00 AM Week in Review

Madison sometimes defies categorization, but we give it a shot every week with the Madison Matrix. more

Feb 23, 2017 5:00 AM Madison Matrix

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Lauren Justice

Before he was elected judge, Everett Mitchell made his mark on Madison as a pastor and a social justice activist. Now that he’s on the bench, he’s continuing his community involvement because he says it makes him a better, fairer judge. more

Feb 23, 2017 5:00 AM News

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Zsalto

Avé Thorpe documented her dreams with crumpled pictures from magazines. Emily Auerbach had a vision to use poetry, books and philosophy to help people lead meaningful lives. They found each other and more through the Odyssey Project. more

Feb 23, 2017 5:00 AM Isthmus Cover Stories 1 Comments

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Brett Stepanik

Invented in Ireland more than a century ago, bike polo has found a home in Madison. It’s played here, even in the dead of winter, thanks to the water reservoir at Reynolds Park. more

Feb 23, 2017 5:00 AM Snapshot

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Chris Roberts

In a lawsuit filed against the city, attorneys representing the family of Tony Robinson contend that video and forensic evidence directly contradict statements by Madison police officer Matt Kenny, who killed Robinson two years ago. more

Feb 22, 2017 10:05 AM News

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Sunday, March 5th

Kick-Off Party at L’Etoile and Graze (4-7PM, $65 per person)

Monday, March 6th

Kosher Chopped at Adamah (6-8PM, $25 for Community, $15 for students, $7 for children 13 and under, 5 and under free)

Industry Brunch at A Pig in a Fur Coat (11AM)

Caribbean Nights Pt. 1 at The Ohio (6PM)

Tuesday, March 7th

Meat and Three at L’Etoile (6PM)

Wednesday, March 8th

Wurst Night Ever at Harvest (5-11PM)

Vegan Dinner at The Green Owl (6:30PM, $75 per person / add $25 for wine pairing)

Thursday, March 9th

MACN Tasting Menu at The Madison Club (6:30PM, $150 per person)

The New Fashioned at The Old Fashioned (7PM, $60 per person)

Dick's Picks Volume 211 at Natt Spil

Friday, March 10th

Dirty Dancing 3: A Winter Luau at Madison Sourdough (6-9PM)

​ Caribbean Nights Pt. 2 at Lucille (6PM)

Saturday, March 11th

Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go at Merchant (9AM-3PM)

​ Late Night BBQ at Heritage Tavern (11PM-close)

MACN Sandwich Competition at Gotham Restaurant (7AM-3PM)

Sunday, March 12th

​ Italian Dinner at The Workman’s Club (6PM)

Tapas Brunch at Osteria Papavero (10AM-2PM, $30 per person)

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