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Archive of: Arts & Entertainment

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Live Nation, Frank Productions sign deal

California-based Live Nation Entertainment will acquire a majority interest in Madison-based Frank Productions.

January 2018
Making Madison an experiential travel destination

Making Madison an experiential travel destination

A new movement lead by the Great Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is aiming to tweak the line to something a little more local — When you visit Madison, you’ve done it all!

January 2018
IBMadison.com’s most-read stories of 2017

IBMadison.com’s most-read stories of 2017

On the eve of a brand new year and all its possibilities, we look back at our top feature articles, photo galleries, Business Report stories, and blogs by page views at IBMadison.com.

December 2017

Local buildings rewarded for historic value

Madison’s Tenney Building at the corner of East Main and South Pinckney streets on the Capitol Square has found its place on the National Register of Historic Places.

December 2017

Café CODA to reopen in new location

Jazz musician Hanah Jon Taylor is hoping to reopen Café CODA, a “music listening room” at 1222 Williamson St. by March or April.

December 2017

Breese Stevens upgrade eyed

The city of Madison is considering a $1.1 million proposal from the city’s Parks Division to add a one-story, 3,750-square-foot concessions and restrooms building next to the grandstand at Breese Stevens Field.

December 2017
Art therapy

Art therapy

Working in the basement of her 115-year-old Middleton home, Barb Regan, owner of Barb’s Fine Glass LLC, carefully assembles a stained glass art piece while her two curious cats, brothers Merlin and Barron, hunker down under the work table.

December 2017

Why downtowns need constant nurturing

Susan Schmitz will be departing soon, but only as president of Downtown Madison Inc. After 20 years, she is stepping down at year’s end, but not before leaving not-so-subtle reminders about why downtowns matter.

December 2017

Lands’ End, Weather Channel partner

Dodgeville-based Lands’ End won a bid to outfit The Weather Channel’s on-air crew, including Jim Cantore, who reported live from Dodgeville as a kickoff for the two-year arrangement.

November 2017
Crafting imagination

Crafting imagination

Looking for a 20-foot tall King Kong for your rooftop, or a 40-foot serpent on the front lawn of your business?

November 2017
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