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Madison College will soon be offering a scholarship to LGBTQ students, thanks to a new $20,000 gift from QBE, an Australian insurance company with offices in Sun Prairie. For now, scholarships will be available starting in three years, but the director and student communities hope to raise additional funds to offer it sooner. Madison College […]
The 2018 Wisconsin Film Festival starts up on Thursday, April 5, the day this episode comes out, and it runs through April 12, spanning a lineup of nearly 150 feature and short films. Over the past few weeks, we at Tone Madison have been previewing different facets of the festival lineup. To cap off our preview […]
Some of you may be cleansing after a weekend full of chocolate eggs and jelly beans. How did a giant bunny become the mascot of Easter? We look at how some of the traditions of Passover and Easter started.
The two technically nonpartisan candidates are conservatively leaning Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock and liberally leaning Milwaukee Circuit Court Judge Rebecca Dallet. They beat out primary candidate Tim Burns in February. The openly liberal Burns got 18 percent of the vote. Dallet got 36 percent and Screnock received 46 percent. Nina Kravinsky spoke with Dallet […]
A lot of the workspaces and studios that artists use in Madison are kind of tucked away, whether it’s visual art studios at the Art Lofts on the UW-Madison campus or music practice spaces off in the industrial areas of town. Perhaps that’s why a space called Everyday Gay Holiday stands out so much. Seven different artists […]
Governor Scott Walker has been fighting to not hold a special election for two vacant seats in the State Senate and Assembly. After three judges rejected his request, Walker has decided to abandon court action. Judge Reynolds ordered that Walker must call for the special elections by March 29th at noon. The two legislative districts […]