One of America’s most beloved dining staples gets it own special day on Sept. 20: National Pepperoni Pizza Day. To celebrate in scrumptious style, here are five of Wisconsin’s best pizzerias to check out.
Author: Melissa Larsen
From Sept. 4 to Nov. 20, Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse in Madison offers a new Park and Ride program, which conveniently transports sports fans to and from Badger home games.
From live entertainment to game rooms, these Wisconsin restaurants offer much more than just kid-friendly fare. Here are five of the top tot-approved dining destinations in Milwaukee, Madison and beyond.
It is safe to say that teachers hold a special place in the lives and hearts of just about everyone. Especially after an unprecedented school year of virtual learning and grasping for a “new normal,” it’s time to celebrate some of Wisconsin’s top educators.
When speech pathologist, Becky Payne, invited some of her patients to her 65-acre ranch in Wisconsin, she was amazed to see how one of her patients reacted to a cow that was in the pasture. This interaction planted the seed for Payne to create Nature’s Edge Therapy Center, which offers rehabilitation through licensed speech and occupational therapy incorporating animal-assisted therapy, hippotherapy and horticulture therapy.
He gives the best bear hugs and has jokes for days–and it’s time to celebrate him! In honor of Father’s Day on June 20, meet six Wisconsin dads and learn their advice for new papas, their greatest joys and challenges, and how they plan to spend their big day.
With Mother’s Day just around the corner on May 9, it’s time to celebrate the leading ladies in our lives. Meet five Wisconsin moms and their children, and find out their favorite ways to spend family time, mothers who they look up to and ever-important advice for new mamas.
Looking to get crafty this spring? Revel, a modern DIY studio and event space in Madison, has launched its reservation-only Craft Club, now through May 29 on Saturdays.
Milwaukee Art Museum, which recently reopened, will offer both online and in-person events for the whole family this spring. Visitors can also enjoy exploring new artworks and exhibitions on the main and lower levels.
In response to the global pandemic, Cook it Forward was founded in Madison by Joshua Berkson, Patrick Sweeney and Francesca Hong to tackle food insecurity in their community. “Our mission is to create an end-to-end distribution network to produce and distribute healthy, fresh meals for families, seniors, and those with disabilities experiencing food insecurity.”