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Carolyn Fath Ashby

The recently formed Disability Rights Caucus of the Democratic Party wants people with disabilities to be heard in the democratic process. Read more

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In May, the developer for Madison’s Housing First strategy announced its third apartment project proposal was dead. Now the city plans to go back to drawing board to evaluate what’s gone wrong with the approach. Read more

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Local and regional concert series and music festivals are outdoing themselves this year. Here’s some we recommend rocking wristbands for this summer. Read more

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Howard Hardee

On April 20, about 50 people loaded up on beer and hit the streets to clean them up for Madison’s first Drunk in Public Picking Up Litter. Read more

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Laura Zastrow

Where Isthmus reviewers — and Madison — have been eating and drinking since the last “Dining” special section. Here’s our summary of the scene. Read more

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Coburn Dukehart/WCIJ

The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is an all-consuming endeavor for veteran journalists Andy and Dee Hall. The two have grown the nonprofit startup into an organization with a national audience of millions. Read more

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Propeller Health’s David Van Sickle focuses on a digital treatment for asthma. It’s part of a lifetime’s interest in aiding those who have difficulty breathing. Read more

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Shervin Lainez

Liz Cooper & the Stampede depart Nashville for a tour with a special blend of roots-rock with tinges of psychedelia. They’re at the High Noon Saloon on March 13. Read more

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There is a deep history of African American farms and cooperative living strategies. UW-Madison professor of environmental justice Monica M. White writes of its impact on farming movements of today in her new book, "Freedom Farmers." Read more

Food News

The Wisconsin chapter of Pink Boots Society is raising awareness of women in the beer industry. Erica DeAnda, a brewer at Octopi Brewing, and the group are brewing a special beer for scholarships. Read more

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Madison knifemaker Isaiah Schroeder discusses the process of hand-making his Japanese-style knives. The knives are so popular, he can barely keep up with demand. Read more

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Common Council candidates on the near west side see weighty issues facing Madison, including a dire need for affordable housing and pressures of development. Read more

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All three candidates for the east-side Common Council seat being vacated by David Ahrens, say they want to serve their neighborhoods and fight for a more equitable city. Read more

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James Heimer

Madison is trying to end homelessness with a Housing First strategy. But is the company it selected to oversee its new developments the best fit? Read more

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Shaysa Sidebottom

More women are becoming brewmasters or work brewing beer. Perception of women as beer lightweights is fading slowly but surely. Read more

Beer

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The Cider Farm

Madison’s first dedicated cidery taphouse is on the verge of opening. Co-owner John Biondi wants to bring high-quality, orchard-based cider to town. Read more

FOOD & DRINK

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Amy Stocklein

Cafe Brittoli, in the old Cafe Zoma, has a new menu but is still a work in progress. Head for the breakfast sammies and the crepes. Read more

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Sharon Vanorny, Sean Krajacic

Despite winning the governorship and holding onto a U.S. Senate seat, Democrats mostly fell short in Tuesday’s election, failing to make gains in the state Legislature or with Wisconsin’s eight Congressional districts. Read more

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Ray Mawst of Sun Prairie is keeping hand-lettering techniques alive. In a digital era, there’s something appealing about doing it the old-fashioned way. Read more

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With a new album in tow, Ontario punkers The Dirty Nil plan to get freaky here in Madison. They play Freakfest on Oct. 27. Read more

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    Howard Hardee

    Before heading out to pick up trash, David McGarey (left) tests his DIPPUL stick while Zach Armstrong (right) takes a sip from a beer hoisted in one.