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Madison (Dane, Wisconsin)

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  • Seattle among best educated cities

    Seattle among best educated cities
    Seattle is the fifth best educated city in the U.S., according to a survey from Men’s Health. Madison, Wisconsin, which landed at number one on the list, was described by the magazine as the city “Madison, Wisconsin, where the average...
  • Traffic Pollution Boosts Heart Attack Risk?

    Traffic Pollution Boosts Heart Attack Risk?
    September 22nd is National Business Women's Day (Source: Holiday Insights) Business Women's Day recognizes the value and contribution of women in the business world. The roots of this special day go back to the late 1940s. While men were off fighting...
  • The Cheddar Curtain opens

    The Cheddar Curtain opens
    Driving the lazy roller coaster of U.S. Highway 10 just west of Marshfield, Wis., I pass the usual stretches of cornfields and dairy farms on my way to The Highlands, a Vietnam veterans memorial in nearby Neillsville. But when I see a sign that says...
  • Wisconsin cheese makers who take the prize

    Wisconsin cheese makers who take the prize
    Driving along Skinner Hollow Road, through hilly woodlands and across a tranquil stream, a motorist is about as likely to meet a milk truck as another car. The shiny stainless-steel tankers ply this scenic stretch of blacktop every day of the year,...
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's first house

    Frank Lloyd Wright's first house
    His employer had just given him a five-year contract, and yet, already supremely self-confident at the age of 22, Frank Lloyd Wright wanted more. "Mr. Sullivan," he said, "if you want me to work for you as long as five years, couldn't you lend me enough...
  • Green River Ordinance: Loving The Windy City

    Green River Ordinance: Loving The Windy City
    I am in love with the Windy City! I have been there a few times now and every time I fall more in love with it. My first experience of Chicago was a surprise to me, not in the sense of awesomeness but one of freezing cold! I think the temperature during...
  • Green River Ordinance: Adding spice to Salt Lake City

    Green River Ordinance: Adding spice to Salt Lake City
    I'll tell you what Salt Lake City doesn't need! Pepper! That place is full of spice!   I recently went there and had a blast.   The city is very beautiful, and unlike most, it is surrounded by beautiful mountains. I was so inspired walking around...
  • Green River Ordinance: Josh's Birthday in Houston

    Green River Ordinance: Josh's Birthday in Houston
    Houston was more redemptive this time around. The traffic was not nearly as bad and the humidity decided to take a break. We have a lot of good friends in Houston so we got to experience a bit more in the city than we normally do. We had a great radio...
  • Review: 'Good for the Jews' by Debra Spark

    Review: 'Good for the Jews' by Debra Spark
    Commercial publishing seems to be in a completely topsy-turvy state. Here is a smart, sprightly, sex-drenched, and neatly plotted novel about Midwestern high-school administration politics that’s certainly as entertaining as the latest Tom...
  • Are neti pots on the nose?

    Are neti pots on the nose?
    If you're one of many people who sneeze through allergy season or suffer bouts of clogged sinuses, you may wonder if your nasal passages are really worth the trouble. Sure, you get a few good smells every once in a while, but does that really justify...
  • To sell by agent or owner? That was the question

    It sounds like the set-up for a dull economist's joke. Who gets the better deal: the cautious economist who sells his house through a real estate agent, or his risk-taking colleague who finds a buyer on his own? But the question -- debated by two...