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  • Bygone Madison menus

    A year into the pandemic, our food editor finally sifts through her files to set up her home office. Some beloved old menus found in the desk detritus deserve to be shared. Read more

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  • A swing through divided Wisconsin

    President Donald Trump will likely need battleground Wisconsin to win re-election. Are voters in key swing areas of the state still backing him? Staff writer Dylan Brogan hit the road to find out. Read more

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  • A stitch in time

    Larry Schmitt is one of the few experts in nalbinding in the country. It predates knitting and crochet and dates back to 6500 B.C. Read more

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  • After the purge

    With a “Wisconsin is open for business” mantra, former Gov. Scott Walker and legislative Republicans set a course to dramatically diminish the role of science in regulating and protecting Wisconsin’s abundant natural resources. Read more

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  • Vinyl Cave: A piece of 1970s Wisconsin musical history

    Whatever the story is with these oddly-covered 1970s albums, they are all musically worthwhile. Read more

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  • Suzanne Caporael

    "The Nature of Things," paintings and prints, 2/23-9/12, Chazen Museum of Art. Open by appointment, noon-5 pm Tuesdays-Wednesdays and noon-7 pm Thursdays-Fridays. Read more

    Apr 13, 2021

    12:00 PM5:00 PM

    Chazen Museum of Art

    Art Exhibits & Events Isthmus Picks

  • Suzanne Caporael

    "The Nature of Things," paintings and prints, 2/23-9/12, Chazen Museum of Art. Open by appointment, noon-5 pm Tuesdays-Wednesdays and noon-7 pm Thursdays-Fridays. Read more

    Apr 14, 2021

    12:00 PM5:00 PM

    Chazen Museum of Art

    Art Exhibits & Events Isthmus Picks

  • ONLINE: Lewiston/Clarkston

    Forward Theater Company virtual production follows the stories of two descendants of the explorers Lewis and Clark in two plays by Samuel D. Hunter, view anytime 4/9-25. $40-$10. Read more

    Apr 9, 2021Apr 25, 2021

    Isthmus Picks Theater & Dance

  • ONLINE: Amaud Johnson, John Murillo

    Discussing "Imperial Liquor" and "Kontemporary Amerikan Poetry," new books (Wisconsin Book Festival). RSVP for link. Read more

    Apr 14, 2021

    7:00 PM

    Books Isthmus Picks Wisconsin Book Festival

  • ONLINE: Voices of Color

    Madison Senior Center livestream talk with guest Gloria Hawkins, host Melvin Hinton, via Zoom. RSVP for link: gflesher@cityofmadison.com or 608-266-6581. Read more

    Apr 15, 2021

    10:00 AM

    Isthmus Picks Lectures & Seminars Seniors

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