Partly cloudy with a high of 48 and a low of 32. Sen. Neal Kedzie (R-Elkhorn), urges you to enjoy Wisconsin fall. In honor of the Philadelphia Phillies, the brunch is a cheesesteak courtesy of Big Red’s Steaks, the group of Philly transplants on University Ave. Funny story, I went in there to inquired about their origins and learned that the owner apparently moved to Madison to watch his little brother play hockey for the Badgers. Consequently, he could not find a good cheese steak in town and decided to open Big Red’s.
I thought Midwestern politics was adorable enough. Now the Dutch are commenting on it?
Coming from a high school where my sex ed teacher “wasn’t sure if there was a cure for AIDS or not,” I’m glad to see Sex Out Loud receive GSSF funding.
Blogging Blue compares Walker and Neumann’s campaign managers to the Washington Generals. Then where are the Globe Trotters?
Was your university job saved by stimulus money? Probably not – but UW estimates that 137 were.
State chief economist says we have to wait until 2012 for the jobs to come back.
State fiscal report: “This decrease reflects spending cuts to GPR appropriations and federal fiscal relief for education and Medicaid programs under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,” the letter says.
Dave Zweifel decries the legislature’s apparent response to the contributions.