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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.

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.
Test your knowledge on local news and happenings from the past few months with this crossword puzzle.
Whether you’re new to the wonderful world of wine or know exactly what you like, check out Table Wine.
Tell us which Mad City small businesses you love, from restaurants to retail to home services and beyond.
Whether you own a boat or are looking to rent one, here’s what you need to know before spending a day on one of Madison’s lakes.
State Street’s Pedestrian Mall Experiment kicks off on Wednesday, May 8.
Madison’s indie music shops have a lot planned for Saturday.
The city’s Parks staff is seeking public input concerning the future of Madison’s parks.
From yoga and kayaking to ice cream and crafts, the Memorial Union Terrace has plenty of offerings beyond its iconic sunburst chairs.
April showers bring opportunities to protect and preserve Madison’s beloved lakes.
Enjoy the outdoors while shopping locally this summer by keeping tabs on Madison’s street vendors.
The Dane County Farmers’ Market is returning to the Capitol Square this weekend for another highly-anticipated season of Saturday on the Square.
Keep local love growing with local plants.
Who are the influencers of the 608?
From flood damage to environmental health concerns, here are a few city resources to keep in your Rolodex.
Whether you’re a birding enthusiast or just want to get outside for a good cause, consider getting involved in this year’s Great Wisconsin Birdathon.
Registration for Make Music Madison 2024 is now open, here’s what musicians and music lovers need to know about getting in on the action.
From why they happen to how to get them fixed, we’re giving you the 411 on potholes in Madison.
We want our readers’ insight on who’s who in the Madison social media scene.
There are some public etiquette rules that all Madisonians (should) abide by, we want to hear yours.