The Garver Feed Building sits just north of the bike path and the Wisconsin and Southern railroad near Olbrich Park on Madison’s east side. It’s a giant, hulk of a ruin, looking something like a haunted castle from Scotland transplanted to the midwest.
The music scene on Madison’s East Washington Avenue could soon heat up in a big way. Frank Productions has announced plans for a new 2,000-seat music theater venue. Tag Evers joins us with all the ambitious details.
Madison needn’t suffer another summer without its signature summer destination — the Union Terrace is back! Wisconsin Union’s communications director Marc Kennedy tells the Monday Buzz about this year’s schedule.
Citizen referendum or no, questions linger on the City of Madison’s Judge Doyle Square project. 15th District Alder David Ahrens tells us more.
The City of Madison wants to use taxpayer money to build another downtown hotel. Citizens Against Subsidized Hotels wants to stop them. Sean Carroll spoke with Monday Buzz host Brian Standing.
One street, two neighborhoods, very different responses. Sixth district alder Marsha Rummel talks about redevelopment at Union Corners and Darbo-Worthington.