Tour the Herbert and Katherine Jacobs First House

  Simply known by locals as the Jacobs’, this single-family home is nestled in Madison and was designed by the famed Frank Lloyd Wright in 1937. Considered the first Usonian home, it was commissioned by Herbert Jacobs, a local newspaperman and an acquaintance of...

Glass Making

  At the Mosaic Dichroic Glass Pendants event on February 1 at Wheelhouse Studios, you’ll learn how to make jewelry with glass via two pendants or earrings. Glass fusing techniques are taught by experts, and you’ll discover the wide range of rich colors dichroic...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Madison

  You have many options to commemorate the life and work of Dr. King this MLK Jr. Day weekend! The annual Day of Service from the Urban League is hosting a session from 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. on January 17th at the Discovery Building. Celebrating a “day on, not day...

Your Spanish Restaurant Picks

  Madison features three Spanish restaurants in the heart of downtown, and each one boasts an impressive menu. Start your gastro journey at The Icon Madison, open for brunch, dinner and drinks. An upscale restaurant, it’s ideal for dates and features full plates...

Visit the Gates of Heaven Synagogue

  Explore the history of Madison at the Gates of Heaven Synagogue, one of just two Jewish congregations in the area. The first was built in the 19th century and is no longer present, but the remaining “Shaarei Shamayim” is the eighth oldest synagogue in the...