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December 10, 2019

A Wisconsin Church Adapts to the Digital Age

As social media continues to find new ways to interject itself into people’s daily routine, the Madison, Wis. evangelical church, Blackhawk Church, is learning how to evolve with changing technology and social media’s prevalence in everyday life. 

November 17, 2019

How I Survived a Week in NYC Without a Wallet

My nightmare business trip started when I got to the front of the TSA pre-check line at the Dane County Regional Airport and I realized that I didn’t have my wallet. Lucky for me, I did have my watch.

October 30, 2019

Entrepreneur Revels in Success of Turning Crafts Into a Career

Right off of the Capitol Square in Madison, Wisc., Revel is putting a modern spin on a DIY studio. Walk into the drop-in craft bar and you'll be presented with a menu of DIY crafts to choose from. Once you've selected a project, grab a seat and the colorfully dressed, midwest nice staff will bring you a tray with all the supplies needed to complete your project.

October 15, 2019

Library in a Box Supports Free Community Book Exchange

Little Free Libraries are free book exchanges opened by individuals or groups in a community. As standalone units, ranging from small boxes to walk-in hollowed out trees, these libraries are run voluntarily by the community rather than a paid library staff funded by the government.

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September 24, 2019

Nation’s Largest Farmers’ Market Inspires New Business in Wisconsin

One Farmers’ Market patron’s haul of locally-sourced produce (Photo By Megan Jarrett) MADISON, Wis. – The Madison Public Market, a […]