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Ally Geiger

City Editor

Ally is based in Madison, WI, where she grew up and received her degree in English from UW-Madison. In her free time, she enjoys craft nights with her friends, spending time outdoors, and going on brunch dates.

Severe weather can negatively impact your neighborhood and home,
Do you have your Fourth of July plans ready? If not, we’ve got you covered.
We asked, you answered. Here’s what our readers were up to during 1999 in Madison.
What was Madison like at the turn of the millennium? We took a look back at the final year of the 20th century to see what life was like pre-Y2K.
Also, check out some upcoming local pollinator events.
This year’s events include beer specials, burlesque shows, and family-friendly festivals.
From pickle lemonade to baked potato churros, there will be plenty of wacky fair foods to try at this year’s Wisconsin State Fair.
Looking at pedestrian fatality statistics, Madison is a national leader according to Smart Growth America and the National Complete Street Coalition.
Historical markers are physical indications (often signs or plaques) that commemorate a significant place or event.
We visited the Epic headquarters in Verona to give you a look at the out-of-this-world campuses and a sneak peek at what’s to come.
Several local artists are participating in the international Game of Shrooms on Saturday, June 8
We’re getting into the 608 Day spirit with the help of our readers.
With new procedures on the horizon, brush up on Madison’s recycling guidelines.
Saturday, June 8 is 608 Day, and we want your help to spread some local love.
If you’re looking for the perfect weekend getaway, look no further. We’re doing all the planning for you to spend a relaxing weekend in Milwaukee.
We want our readers’ insight on who’s who in the 210 social media scene.
Being surrounded by lakes, Madison has plenty of beaches where locals can cool down during the warmer months.
Jazz fans, rejoice. The second week of June will be packed with jazz events all over the isthmus ending with a musical weekend at the Memorial Union Terrace.
Check out the Northeast Area Plan and submit your feedback in person, or online.
It’s that time of year again. Get ready for a weekend of fun in the sun, family-friendly activities, and a whole lot of brats.
Get a sneak peek at River Food Pantry’s in-the-works facility.
Try this recipe if you find yourself craving Teddywedgers while out of town or under the weather.
From music and dancing to kids’ crafts and camps, here’s how the Madison Arts Commission grant funds are being spent this year.
Ask not what you can do for the City of Madison, but what the City of Madison can do for you via these community programs available to locals.
Calling all commuters. We’re diving into the details regarding Madison Metro’s new BRT system.
Find fellow bike lovers and e-bike rentals near you.
Dining reservations are filling up for grad season weekends in May and June.
Looking to shop local, but don’t know where to start? Try some of our readers’ favorite local small businesses.
Low Mow May is a great way to cut back on yard chores while helping out the environment.