Like most high schools in the U.S., Baraboo High School dedicates space on its walls and fills trophy cases to recognize students and alumni who have made notable athletic or academic achievements, but there are other “Baraboo Notables” who deserve the same recognition.
Open since April in the Dells, the Grateful Shed Truckyard features three Madison names (Tavernakaya, Pasqual’s Cantina and Melted) and quirky ambiance.
John Joseph Coffee in Sauk City is offering customers bags of coffee beans infused with another Sauk Prairie area flavor: Wollersheim wine.
New owners Eric Stonehocker and Nick Kroeger aren’t interested in keeping up Roxbury Tavern’s old traditions. They want to make connections of their own.
Getting together the principal parties for the world premiere screening of “Decoding the Driftless” was no mean feat, fittingly symbolic of the work that went into making the hour-long documentary.
SPRING GREEN — It will be the second season for American Players Theatre’s new stage up the hill, an $8 million endeavor, and there is no stopping the ambitious company.
WISCONSIN DELLS — The Palace Theater’s latest musical is nearly an all-woman show, on the stage and behind the scenes.
The newest addition to the state's growing craft beer scene offers panoramic views of the Wisconsin River, an outdoor beer garden, 40 tap lines in the main bar and a stylish 250-seat wedding and banquet facility.
Bill Cosby's "Little Bill Books" series is among those making the American Library Association's annual top 10 "challenged books." Here's a look at the rest of the list.
Here are the top-rated beers on ratebeer.com for each of the major breweries and brew pubs in the Madison and south-central Wisconsin areas.
Photos of the Baraboo, Lodi/Wisconsin Heights, Portage and Sauk Prairie girls swim teams competing at the WIAA Division 2 sectional meet at Jack Young Middle School in Baraboo on Nov. 9, 2019.