Pi(e)

Written and photographed by Ethan Winkler. If you happen to be in Northeast Wisconsin on Pi Day, look no further than OJ’s Midtown Restaurant in Gillett for all of your Pi Day celebratory needs. Family owned since 1977, OJ’s has been, and still is, synonymous with being the best place in Northeast Wisconsin to get … Continue reading Pi(e)

Madison Ride-or-Dies Part II: Make-Your-Own Salad at Forage Kitchen

By Lauren Lamothe, Social Media and Marketing Director “Madison Ride-or-Dies” is a series in which our writers and staff write love letters to uniquely Madisonian foods they just can’t live without. So I have this list. It is about 102 items long, and categorized by meal: brunch, casual, fancy, pizza, sweets. Whenever there is a … Continue reading Madison Ride-or-Dies Part II: Make-Your-Own Salad at Forage Kitchen

Seasoning the Season

Written by Jordan Buchanan Owen. Photographed by Kyi Phyu Khaing. To me, fall is a season steeped in nostalgia. I grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where fall did not arrive until late November. The sweltering heat remained omnipresent long past the time when Buzzfeed had started publishing pumpkin spice rankings and fall-themed style … Continue reading Seasoning the Season

The Best of Company

Written by Roan Haines. Illustrated by Sophia Silva. I miss my people. More specifically, I miss my family, my friends, and even my hometown coffee shop barista I have come to know so well.  It took a complete change of scenery to comprehend the magnitude of this simple statement. Moving to Madison for school has … Continue reading The Best of Company

To celebrate, or not to celebrate: a historical look at Thanksgiving

By Genevieve Vahl Thanksgiving: a holiday sodden with tradition. The brisk fall air nips at your nose as you walk up the steps lined with pumpkins leading to the warm glow inside. A sensory overload as family members race to greet you. Smells of fresh baked apple pie and roasting turkey fill your nostrils while … Continue reading To celebrate, or not to celebrate: a historical look at Thanksgiving

A Five Course Meal For Your Extra Orchard Apples

Written by Andrew Madison. Photographed by Erika Aoyagi. As the wind grows sharper and the leaves turn orange, apple orchards around Madison open their gates. People flock to them to stroll between the beautiful trees, take pictures with red noses, and pick apples with gloved hands. New couples, groups of friends, and families mingle with … Continue reading A Five Course Meal For Your Extra Orchard Apples