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InDIGenous Jazz Series continues with pianist, singer Anthony Deutsch

Composer performed with singers of jazz group Father Sky, drew on influences from outside the genre

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Thee Phantom shares inspiration, creative process behind new album

Hip-hop, classical genres combine forces for unique performance of ‘Illharmonic Orchestra’ at Mills Hall during their upcoming college tour

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Short Stack Eatery wins Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award

Short Stack takes pride in their pride

City of Madison

City Council approves funding for Kajsiab House after emotional hearing

Council also overturned Mayor Paul Soglin’s veto on restricting Koi Sushi’s alcohol license

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Rick Flowers Septet kicks off InDIGenous Jazz Series at Play Circle

WUD Music, Great Madison Jazz Consortium, Madison Music Collective collaboration brings alternative tones of jazz to life at Memorial Union

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South Asian food ethnography shows how past connects to present

Center for South Asian Studies hosted UW Professor Mark Kenoyer insight to importance of food in culture, identity

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Rising chocolate industry finds home in Madison

Chocolate businesses including CocoVaa, Candinas Chocolatier come into focus when analyzing Madison job market, economy

City of Madison

As summer heats up, UW professor warns of algae hazards in Madison’s lakes

Researchers discussed why algae blooms create toxins, what residents can do to combat their proliferation

UW-Madison Campus

Professor argues language of corporations may negatively impact economics

UW history professor explains shift in viewing corporations from public to private, believes entrepreneurs' success dictated by corporations

UW-Madison Campus

US should learn to live with a nuclear North Korea, panelists say

Negotiation, war among ways to deter North Korea's militarization