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$30,000 relief fund launched to help artists

The Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra (WCO) has started the Musician Relief Fund to raise $30,000 for artists who have faced financial uncertainty due to canceled performances during the COVID-19 pandemic.

MadREP, Bucks partner to support Black entrepreneurs

The Milwaukee Bucks and New York-based nonprofit The Lonely Entrepreneur (TLE) announced their selection of the Madison Region Economic Partnership (MadREP) as a partner in their initiative to connect Wisconsin Black entrepreneurs with business skill-building tools and resources to help them advance their businesses.

New book celebrates BLM murals

Dane County Judge Everett Mitchell, American Family Insurance, and the city of Madison have teamed up to preserve the murals painted on boarded-up businesses this summer.

Forward Madison soccer league’s union announces new partnership

The United Soccer League Players Association (USLPA), the union representing the players of USL League One, including Forward Madison FC, and the Communications Workers of America (CWA), a labor union representing hundreds of thousands of working people, have signed a partnership agreement.

Building a better playset

Many a parent of young children has walked into a previously neat and tidy room, seen the chaos that results from even the briefest of play sessions among kids, and remarked, “This is why we can’t have nice things.”

Wisconsinites switch to streaming

A recent Wisconsin Policy Forum report identified new consumer trends in Wisconsin similar to what’s happening nationally with decreasing use of cable television.

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