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Victoria Davis

Madison’s small but tight-knit Sri Lankan community was horrified on Easter to learn that terrorists had killed hundreds of people in their homeland. On May 1, they held a dinner to collect money and love to send back home. Read more

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Jonathan Raymond Popp

For its 10th anniversary, the Kathie Rasmussen Women’s Theatre is presenting a reboot of Heather Renken’s “Shiny Things,” a madcap exploration of attention deficit disorder, with appearances by vaudevillians and Mae West. Read more

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Stephanie Hofmann

From art exhibits to documentaries, stage plays and floating parades, you’d be a fool to miss these wonderful spring events. Read more

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Benjamin Barlow

“Dog Collar,” by local playwright Ned O’Reilly, is a darkly comic exploration of the world of job interviews. It plays at the Brink Lounge April 11-12. Read more

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Pat Fry

John Sharpless, the conservative history professor, compares going against the liberal grain at UW-Madison to “pooping in the pool.” But after his retirement last December, many people will miss him. He’ll be honored at a private party March 26. Read more

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Ross Zentner

Director Jessica Lanius has created a lovely picture of young love in Theatre LILA’s “Romeo+Juliet.” The show is this weekend only at the Overture Center. Read more

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Ross Zentner

Theatre LILA presents an unconventional gender-fluid version of “Romeo +Juliet.” It’s onstage at the Overture Center March 14-17. Read more

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Victoria Davis

Bitter cold, six inches of snow and 10 mph winds — for the Wisconsin Hoofers, it’s the perfect time to go snowkiting on Lake Mendota Read more

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Victoria Davis

The Les Cougars caburlesque show features music, stand-up, dancing and burlesque. The women are all “over 35 and proud of it.” Read more

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Jonathan Raymond Popp

“Mythical Creatures” feature both serious and comedic takes on classic tales. It’s at the Bartell Theatre through Feb. 9. Read more

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Sharlen Moore

For the fifth annual social justice conference, UW-Madison’s School of Social Work wanted to hear from people who know the social work system better than anyone — the people who grew up in it. Read more

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Jeremy Daniel

“Finding Neverland,” at Overture Hall through Jan. 13, brings the magic of “Peter Pan” to life by telling the backstory of J.M. Barrie, “the man who never wanted to grow up.” Read more

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Vic Barrett, a UW-Madison sophomore, knows that his generation will be the one getting “screwed over” by climate change. So he joined a lawsuit attempting the force the U.S. government to take action now. Read more

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JKX Comics started as friends drawing in a bar. Now a group of UW scientists is creating comics that illustrate complicated scientific concepts. Read more

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Victoria Davis

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin drew inspiration from her mother in an often ugly campaign. Baldwin easily won re-election over state Sen. Leah Vukmir. Read more

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M. Schleif Photography

Throughout November, the work of veterans will be featured at 11 venues throughout the city as part of a month-long exposition. Coordinator Yvette Pino says she hopes the works will spark conversations on the role of the military and treatment of vet Read more

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Victoria Davis

Most people think of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve as a park, but it’s actually a world-class research facility. UW-Madison students have been studying how humans (and their dogs) and wildlife interact here. Read more

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    Victoria Davis

    Ananda Mirilli (left) and Ali Muldrow bask in their election victories.

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    Victoria Davis

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    Victoria Davis

    David Fish, snowkiting fleet captain for the Wisconsin Hoofers, watches as Michael Rosplock prepares to set sail.

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    Victoria Davis

    Satya Rhodes-Conway celebrated with supporters at the Harmony Bar.

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    Victoria Davis

    Les Cougars’ oldest troupe member, 63-year-old Rita Witter, strikes a cougar pose over her guitar during a rehearsal.

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    Victoria Davis

    Baldwin to supporters: “For us, it wasn’t simply a political fight, it was a fight about doing what’s right.”