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Conservation of black ash trees holds cultural, ecological significance

UW graduate student incorporates Indigenous land management strategies to preserve wetlands

City of Madison

Ho-Chunk Nation storytelling series debuts at Madison Public Library

Madison Public Library, Ho-Chunk Gaming collaborate for storytelling program that will last through December

City of Madison

New pop-up shops on State Street showcase diverse small businesses

Eleven new pop-ups are now located at 440, 444 State Street

ArtsEtc

Cultural impacts of ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,’ featuring first Asian superhero in MCU

Shang-Chi, other characters from film address long standing harmful stereotypes towards Asians, Asian Americans

ArtsEtc

Madison Night Market offers dose of culture, local businesses in heart of city

Madison Night Market, now moved onto State Street, will offer variety of attractions, promotions many missed during pandemic

Women's Hockey

Women’s hockey: Why the women’s hockey team deserves more clout

Despite winning four NCAA titles in last 12 years, lack of engagement, interest from students persists

State of Wisconsin

Journey Mental Health Center to close program for Hmong mental health patients

Community is crowdfunding to maintain Kajsiab House operations for next three months

ArtsEtc

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

Art

Chris Maddox explores language translations and interpretations in his upcoming exhibition

The Art+Literature Laboratory to hold a mixed media art installation embodying the concept of transformation

Food

Madison Public Market hopes to build on present farmer’s market scene in Madison

The events serves as a preview for permanent location starting 2019

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