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Sunday, September 21, 2014 |  Madison, WI: 58.0° F  Mostly Cloudy
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Summarizing Madison's daily weather

Allow me to introduce you to my new hobby: Reading the daily climate summary for Madison. >More
 How Wednesday's snowstorm stacks up

Jennifer O'Leary of the UW-Madison's Space Science and Engineering Center has forwarded some fun facts to know and tell while you wait out today's winter storm. >More
 Say hello to MoCo Market

"We welcome Travel-freaks, Techy-geeks, Fashionistas, Music-nerds, Product-snobs, Winos, Microbrew-heads, and most importantly, Food-orgiers (modern twist on those who love food and dinner parties). Whether you are one or all of these, MoCo Market will serve you modern convenience." >More
 Spending a Sunday lambing at A-Z Farm

Domesticated farm animals are the coolest. They hang out, eat hay, and make silly noises. They don't care where they poop. They don't care if they get pooped on. They are the ultimate creatures. >More
 Throw me a bone, but put away the balls

I snuggled into the couch, hacking away like a tubercular patient, and clicked on WKOW, but instead of McDreamy or McSteamy, I saw McBasketball. I read the fine print scrolling like the stock exchange across the bottom of the screen, "Grey's Anatomy shall be broadcast at 12:35 am." >More
 Lee the Horselogger arrives in Madison

Accompanied only by his two Great Pyrenees dogs and the pair of rare Suffolk Punch draft horses powering his vehicle, this pilgrim known as "The Horselogger" is approaching Madison this Monday afternoon. >More
 Dancing with Jumptown at the Badger Bowl

Mixed in with the clouds of smoke and the smell of sweaty socks and fried cheese curds, were the sweet sounds of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and other Big Band greats. The black light was on, but there certainly was no Journey playing. >More
 A second Savers thrift store opens at West Towne

Thrift stores have a way of blending into the landscape, but the proprietors of the new Savers outlet at 7333 West Towne Way want you to know they have arrived. Their promotional blitz included a press release to the local media (believe me when I say that I do not get many press releases about thrift stores), as well as a ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning and other festivities. >More
 Rocking out at Dr. Evermor's

Painting a picture or sculpting out of a block is one thing, but to take items that have a predetermined purpose and shape them into creatures with vitality and life? This was a sci-fi city only a genius could create. >More
 Reliving a misspent youth at the historical museum's classic video arcade

No one was as frenzied as I during the video game frenzy of the early 1980s. I was 11 in 1982, the year "Pac-Man Fever" was a top-10 hit, and that was just the right age to appreciate the cartoonish graphics and repetitive play of the day's hit games. I spent many hours in my Nashville neighborhood's arcade, a disreputable place called Family Fun World that had booze and gambling for the adults, Dig Dug for the kiddies. >More
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