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  • And then there were two

    It wasn't even close. Dave Mahoney, a 26-year veteran of the Dane County Sheriff's Office, easily trounced Robbie Lowery in the Democratic primary for Dane County sheriff. Read more

  • 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

    Mar 9, 2021

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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

    Mar 10, 2021

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  • ONLINE: Wednesday Nite at the Lab

    Free UW Alumni Association lecture series: "Why Mosquitoes Love YOU (and Other Things You Never Knew about Skeeters & Their Microbiome)," by assistant professor Kerri Coon, via Zoom. Read more

    Mar 10, 2021

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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

    Mar 11, 2021

    12:00 PM5:00 PM

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  • ONLINE: The “Infamous Chicago Seven Trial" and William Kunstler

    Gail Borden Library discussion of "Trial of the Chicago Seven" film by David Langum (author of "William Kunstler: America's Most Hated Lawyer"), via Zoom. RSVP for link. Read more

    Mar 11, 2021

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