We’re here to help with some creative visualization and an insider’s guide to each contender’s strengths and weaknesses. Think Mayoral March Madness. Everyone who’s declared they’re running is included in the bracket, as are a few we hope will toss their hats into the ring before this summer’s primary.
As we fight disinformation and misinformation, and keep apace with the happenings, we need to commit greater resources to news gathering operations. It’s a support for truth and fairness in journalism. It has helped us keep apace with events and happenings..
The families in attendance were very representative of the diversity that lives in our neighborhood. Everyone had a smile on their face. Thank you to the volunteers who made this possible! I can’t wait to attend next year’s West Fest!A special recognition to those who stepped up to contribute above and beyond, expectations THANK YOU!! I am deeply grateful to the Wisconsin Youth Company: sponsors for the community meal, printing of the West Fest Commnunity schedule of activities, large circus tent, teen volunteers; Urban League of Greater Madison for stepping up to Co Sponsor the West Fest Community Day; Point of Grace Community Church; Madison Parks; the Madison Public Library and Neighborhood Associations for your generous contributions.
Perfect for weddings, proms, and bachelor(ette) parties, a nice limo will insure you enjoy even the drive to and from your destination. Of course, you don’t need to limit yourself to a few rare events to rent one of these beautiful cars there are plenty of other reasons to relish the luxurious trip they provide. A night out on the town, a tour of Long Island’s local wineries and vineyards, or even a trek to the airport can provide the perfect excuse to spoil yourself a little.
Stroll, roll, pedal or glide at the 11th Annual Ride the Drive on Sunday, June 2 from 11am to 3pm. This free event offers fun activities, food, and more at three downtown area parks: Brittingham Park Olin Park Law Park. Be sure to pick up a RTD Prize Pass from any Madison Info Booth.
Visit with representatives from 7 different employers looking to hire teens this summer, and 7 different youth employment programs that can help teens prepare for and find summer jobs. MMSD staff will also be on hand with information about how some of these programs can students fulfill academic and career planning (ACP) goals while also earning school credit. There will be a free shuttle bus from the Park Edge/Park Ridge Employment Center and other transportation assistance may also be available.