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  • newThese Simple Tips Will Help You Get Sexy French Girl Skin This Summer
    Let’s face it. Taking that mask off can be scary in more ways than one. While many of us had ample time for self-care this past year, it’s safe to say that we got quite used to how our mask covered up any, shall we say, imperfections that may hav…
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  • new5 Tips to Summer Drinking From a Sommelier that Designed Programs for Eleven Madison Park, Momofuku and More

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  • 7 stunning resorts in the Maldives for a perfect stay
    For reasons such as their elegance, the Maldives are known as “the tropical paradise.” This tropical country is divided into islands, each of which is surrounded by its lagoon. Pure white sand beaches can be found on each island. The sea, which c…
    - 2 days ago, 15 May 21, 8:47am -
  • Cocktails At Home: T-16 Skyhopper From Oga’s Cantina
    Jumping in from lightspeed, this Cocktails At Home recipe arrives in your glass exclusively from Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. One doesn’t need to travel to a galaxy far, far away to enjoy this Star Wars cocktail. Previously only a…
    - 3 days ago, 14 May 21, 3:45pm -
  • Inside 21 Royal, Disneyland’s Most Exclusive Private Suite
    Take a look inside the magical and ultra-exclusive 21 Royal Suite in New Orleans Square, the most extraordinary and private destination in the heart of Disneyland Park. The most exclusive address in Disneyland is now 21 Royal Street, discreetly perch…
    - 3 days ago, 14 May 21, 3:44pm -
  • Louis Vuitton Creates Trophy Trunk for Monaco Grand Prix
    Louis Vuitton to create the trophy trunk for Monaco’s iconic Grand Prix. Monaco’s Grand Prix will feature a bespoke Louis Vuitton trophy, which returns in May after being canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic. Considered by auto enthusiasts to be…
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  • Cocktails at Home: Frankly Berry Cosmopolitan
    With the “Summer of the Cosmopolitan,” right around the corner, now is the time to perfect your go-to recipe. This chic cocktail a la Carrie Bradshaw is made with Frankly Organic Vodka, making this fruity version a healthy alternative. Inspired b…
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  • Top 5 Reasons To Visit The Broadmoor
    The great outdoors and luxury are not always synonymous. But these days, when travelers are looking for destinations where they can lavish themselves in outdoor fun, The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs is the ideal destination whether you are looking f…
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  • Turbo-charged Infiniti Q50 Signature
    The newest addition to the Infiniti Q50 line isn’t your typical dad sedan. Unless your dad is a regular on top movers-and-shakers lists. We can’t wait to get our hands on the sharp new Infiniti Q50 Signature Edition, a limited production four-doo…
    - 5 days ago, 12 May 21, 6:38pm -
  • 5 Places to Celebrate Happy Hour in NYC Right Now
    What better way to celebrate the reopening of bar seating in NYC than with the return of happy hour? Here are 5 versatile, low key places to grab a drink with your friends right now: Mister Paradise This cute East Village cocktail bar will offer a sp…
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  • newWhy some companies want everyone back in the office
    While some companies have announced they will continue to operate remotely post-pandemic, others want things to go back to the way they were, with all their employees back in the office.
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  • newSpeed and alcohol use believed to be factors in Fitchburg crash that left 25-year-old man dead
    There were no other people in the vehicle.
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  • newBiden boosting world vaccine sharing commitment to 80M doses
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Monday that the U.S. will share an additional 20 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines with the world in the coming six weeks as domestic demand for shots drops and global disparities in distribution…
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  • newLeBron vs. Steph: A play-in game will be a superstar tussle
    LeBron vs. Steph.
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  • newWisconsin DOJ official alleges racial, sexual harassment
    Division of Law Enforcement Services Administrator Tina Virgil filed the complaint on April 16 with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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  • new88% of children covered by monthly payments starting in July
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Treasury Department said Monday that 39 million families are set to receive monthly child payments beginning on July 15.
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    Among the lengthy list of players to miss time this season is Corbin Burnes, who became the first Brewers player since baseball returned from its hiatus last summer to be sidelined because of a positive COVID-19 test.
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    That Christian Yelich (above) has appeared in just one game since April 11 hasn't helped the Brewers' offensive situation.
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    Since starting the season 17-10 and beginning the month of May with a two-game lead on the rest of the National League Central Division, the Brewers have won just four of their last 15 games and went into their off-day…
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    Managing pitchers' workloads as the schedule returns to a normal 162 games after last year's 60-game sprint was a primary focus for Stearns, manager Craig Counsell and the coaching staff as spring training got underway.
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City of Madison

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  • Madison Awarded Gold Level Status as a Walk Friendly Community
    The City of Madison is proud to announce that The Walk Friendly Communities program has awarded the City its Gold Level designation based on the City’s work in prioritizing pedestrians and creating safer, comfortable and inviting places to walk.Ma…
    - 4 days ago, 13 May 21, 5:42pm -
  • New Trash & Recycling Collection Calendars Available on May 28
    The dates when you can set out large item for pickup will change for all Madison neighborhoods.Beginning on May 28, 2021, residents should begin using the Streets Division’s new work order system to schedule large item collections for June and the…
    - 4 days ago, 13 May 21, 4:31pm -
  • Greater Madison Music City Receives $50,000 Our Town Grant From National Endowment for the Arts
    The City of Madison has been approved for a $50,000 Our Town grant to support Greater Madison Music City’s (GMMC) efforts to create an equitable music economy in the region. This is one of 63 grants nationwide that the NEA has approved to support p…
    - 4 days ago, 13 May 21, 3:37pm -
  • Mayor Announces New Efforts to Curb Congestion and Emissions from Traffic
    Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway is announcing the launch of a policy effort aimed at curbing traffic congested and related emissions in Madison. Tonight, City transportation staff will introduce a proposed draft policy to the Plan Commission on “Transpor…
    - 4 days ago, 13 May 21, 2:52pm -
  • Survey Open: City Engineering Works to Prioritize Flood Projects
    City Engineering invites the public to take a survey to help engineers prioritize flood projects.Purpose behind the surveyThe public asks the Engineering Division often when will certain flood projects happen in the City. The answer: it depends on…
    - 6 days ago, 11 May 21, 4:19pm -
  • Forward Madison FC and Madison Public Library Team Up to Promote Reading
    MADISON, WI--Forward Madison FC and Madison Public Library are announcing an ongoing strategic partnership to promote literacy and support young writers in Madison. This summer, the two organizations are teaming up to provide opportunities for nontra…
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  • Grow Your Green Thumb This Season
    The City of Madison Engineering Division invites everyone to help support the stormwater infrastructure system by digging into a couple of programs that beautify the community and get residents involved: Roger Bannerman Rain Garden Program and Adopt-…
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  • Madison Public Library To Reopen Libraries on May 24

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  • Announcing New Schedule for Large Item Collection Beginning June 1, 2021
    Beginning on June 1, 2021, the Streets Division’s large item pickup will change.Starting on June 1, when residents need large item pickup, they will need to schedule the collection via a work order system that can be accessed on the Streets Divisi…
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  • New Events Announced for New Chapters in Community Health Series
    MADISON, WI--Madison Public Library, The Wisconsin Book Festival and the All of Us Research Program at UW-Madison, are offering two free, virtual events focused on women’s physical and mental health as it relates to pregnancy and motherhood. The ev…
    - 12 days ago, 5 May 21, 6:18pm -

The Daily Page

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  • newA decade of brilliance!
    Opinion |If there’s any niche I try to fill in the world of Madison commentary it’s that of “unpredictable.” The last thing I want to be is a dyed-in-the-wool partisan or a rock-ribbed ideologue.
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  • Live is life
    The Madison region's music scene is returning to live concerts. Here's a one-stop list of what we know so far.
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  • An unexpected variety show
    Forward Theater’s latest is performed at break-neck speed by a flawless ensemble of diverse actors. And it was filmed before a socially distanced live audience at the Overture Playhouse.
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  • Rush tickets
    This year’s virtual film fest enables the indecisive to make up their minds at the last minute. Here are some films worth considering.
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  • Staying alive
    Corporations did quite well during the pandemic, but small businesses were not ignored. All levels of government stepped up with aid and it is the reason why many of our small businesses are still here.
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  • The fest is the best
    If you've ever dreamed of being able to view every Wisconsin Film Festival selection during the fest itself, 2021 is your time to shine. Isthmus Picks for May 13-20 also highlights a good week for jazz music fans with both in-person and online shows.
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  • Raising the bar
    Single-origin chocolate bars should be savored like a glass of fine wine. Brook Johnson of Yahara Chocolate in Stoughton wants to educate consumers on the best of the best.
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  • Let there be sun
    The 20-megawatt solar farm in Fitchburg features 60,000 panels on approximately 160 acres and will deliver energy to local businesses, UW-Madison, the city of Fitchburg and Wisconsin Department of Administration.
    - 10 days ago, 7 May 21, 7:00pm -
  • 46 plays, one night
    Isthmus Picks for May 6-13 includes online editions of UW-Madison Family Gardening Days, Madison Nonprofit Day and the Wisconsin Film Festival, streaming premieres from Forward Theater and Children's Theater of Madison, and much more.
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  • Suits to a “tea”
    Hard kombucha from Lake Louie Brewing is about to hit local shelves Memorial Day weekend. It’s the latest in lighter alcoholic drinks, like shandies and hard seltzers.
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Latest Pictures from Madison, Wisconsin

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Citroën 2CV Snetterton Race Weekend 21/22-8-2010
Citroën 2CV Snetterton Race Weekend 21/22-8-2010
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Mark Webber-Brendon Hartley-Timo Bernhard (Porsche 919 Hybrid/Porsche Team)
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Citroën 2CV Snetterton Race Weekend 21/22-8-2010
Citroën 2CV Snetterton Race Weekend 21/22-8-2010
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Reddit Madison

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  • newBucky Badger statue stolen in Middleton
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  • newSlick Improvised Groove from random musicians in Madison'Wi
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  • newAdvice on housing
    My husband and I are moving to Madison and looking for a young professional building, but the part we are struggling with is it needs to also be close to campus. We are older but my husband is going to Law School so we do not want a loud undergrad bu…
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  • newBest resource for hyper local Farmers Markets & CSA's?
    Wondering what websites or resources people are using to connect with Farmer Markets and CSA's? I tried this website but you cannot actually connect with local food. There are so many little neighborhood Farmer Markets popping up and also disappearin…
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  • newMadison Assoc for the Deaf and Wisconsin Council of the Blind buildings
    apologies if this is tone deaf or ableist in any way - I am very open to learning more about how to be considerate and inclusive!!! The Madison Association of the Deaf and Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired are both located on Willy…
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  • newWhat's Waunakee like?
    I'm about to move to the Madison area, and will be looking for a home in a good school district. Waunakee appears to rank as one of the best school districts in Dane. I see plenty of beautiful Waunakee houses on the market so no problems there either…
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  • newFire on SW side?
    Does anyone know what's going on? Somewhere south of PD, nearish Maple Grove Dr. There's a lot of smoke in the sky, tons of firetrucks have gone by and the air around my house is all smoky. I can't see anything from where I live. submitted by /…
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  • newGrief Support Group
    I am a recent 34 year old widower and was wondering if anyone knows of any support groups that might be beneficial in the Madison area. I feel as if advice and wisdom from those that have shared experiences might be my best option for support. Please…
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  • newWhat workout places are open?
    I'm so out of shape. Used to do martial arts and yoga. I'm no good at "gyms"; I need an instructor to lead me. Does anyone know a place not far from the near east side that is giving classes NOT on Zoom? (I can't handle anymore Zoom in my life). Outd…
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  • newCamping
    I just moved here from AZ where I could camp just about anywhere since there is so much BLM land. That being said, I am used to camping in some secluded areas, and I do not like campgrounds. Any recommendations for areas to camp relatively close to M…
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