Wednesday, February 19, 2014

List of Publications - Isthmus 2014

The return of Kabul on State Street

Back in the early 1970s, Madison restaurants typically served staunchly Midwestern fare: sausages, steaks, fish fry. There were few other options.

Eating on the UW-Madison campus for under $8

State Street is synonymous with UW-Madison, and some all-time favorite Badger hangouts have been on University Avenue. But when Isthmus asked our food crew to reveal their favorite campus eats under eight bucks ...

Madison Area Chefs Network does park snacking right with inaugural YumYum Fest

The first YumYum Fest, a benefit for the Madison Parks Foundation, was held on Sunday in Madison's new Central Park. Our finest chefs presented what's essentially a rejection of Taste of Madison and its typically middlebrow ...

Pinball is once again trending in Madison

If "wedge head," "popper," "drop target" or "kickout hole" are terms you understand and you live in Madison, you probably know Hilton Jones. Jones started MadRollinPinball about three years ago  ...

Nine fine spaces hidden in Madison

It takes many years to learn the ins and outs of a city, especially one as multifaceted as Madison. Not only are we situated at the locus of four lakes, but parks and nature preserves were deliberately woven into the fabric ...

Helping your kids stick with music lessons

Some clever-clogs is playing Rachmaninoff on the piano at a party, and there it is again, that oft-heard adult lament of lost opportunity from a dejected onlooker: "I wish I could play. I wish my parents hadn't let ...

DINING 2014 (print only)
What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
  • Dining: André Darlington braves Madison's spiciest dishes; Adam Powell lists Madison's culinary must-trys for visitors; Julia Burke offers a guide to Sichuan cuisine; Linda Falkenstein uses the Isthmus restaurant database to find eateries that are vegetarian-, gluten-free-, tap beer- and kid-friendly; plus, capsule recaps of the last year in Isthmus food and drink reviews and a calendar of upcoming food fests.

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