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Monona’s fantastic Fourth: How one popular celebration has survived and grown

Monona’s fantastic Fourth: How one popular celebration has survived and grown

Summer festivals in south-central Wisconsin are plentiful and often serve dual purposes: raising awareness of a local municipality and supporting local causes. But who pays for them when budgets are tightening, and how important are they to local economies?

Orpheum under new management

Madison’s Orpheum Theater will soon be under the day-to-day management of Live Nation Worldwide Inc., a national entertainment company. A third party, DLS Events LLC, will handle food and drink sales.

Madison Reading Project fights illiteracy by the book

Madison Reading Project fights illiteracy by the book

Educators tell us that by the third grade, children must be able to make a very important transition — from learning to read, to reading to learn — or they will have some catching up to do academically. That’s why when it comes to literacy there is very little time to waste from the time a child is born until they reach the ripe, old age of eight or nine.

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Fashioning a social media niche

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa and Mike Victorson interview Lauren Felix, founder of La Petite Fashionista, a fashion and lifestyle blog. Felix is also the founder of LPF Media, which provides social media consulting for businesses and other bloggers, as well as the editor of La Petite Fashionista Magazine, a quarterly digital publication filled with inspiring and attainable fashion, interior design, DIYs, entertaining, and fitness tips. Visit LaPetiteFashionista.com.

Beer Cap Maps takes collecting in a new direction

Madison Noteworthy's Christi Andringa and Mike Victorson interview Jesse Darley, co-founder of Beer Cap Maps, an innovative new business in Madison. The virtual business produces laser-cut wooden maps of various U.S. states and countries that can hold your beer (or soda) cap collection and make for a unique wall hanging.

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