Lindsay Christians, an arts and food journalist with The Capital Times, is a respected and thorough observer of Madison’s restaurant scene, but never thought she’d be the one to write an investigation of sexual harassment in the food industry. “I started to realize that when it came to the sourcing and how I wanted to go […]
In our latest audio edition of a Tone Madison story, Chris Lay reads aloud Reid Kurkerewicz’s recent reflection on the state of public art in Madison, which also featured a bunch of great photos by Molly Wallace. After a few weeks of more current articles being added to the feed, we’re going to transition the feature […]
How many ways can Scott Walker and the Wisconsin Legislature wriggle out of accountability? Tony Castaneda and Capital Times reporter Katelyn Ferral count the ways. Ferral’s article, The ‘me-first’ session? analyzes the top 10 dodges from trying to carve exceptions in open records laws to abolishing the Government Accountability Board.
Judge Doyle Square is the name for two important blocks in downtown Madison. They’re at the heart of a proposed development that is now 10 years in the making. This project encompasses numerous city issues, including parking, hotel rooms, the value of Monona Terrace, a public market, aging municipal offices, tax incremental financing, and business […]
(WORT) — Capital Times reporter Bryna Godar joins Kristian Knutsen to explain the basics and share the latest about the proposed Madison Public Market.