You know, I’ve been thinking about Brunch Links lately. It’s funny that I don’t really know or care a great deal about food but its promotion has become such a big part of this site. What I really should be doing is talking about Madison drink specials. Maybe that should become a late-afternoon/evening staple in the future. High of 30, low of 18. This is what comes up when I googled “art food.”
AEPi suspended in light of the Overture Center controversy. Could somebody explain what this means to me?
We still need embryonic stem cell research. The fake stuff isn’t working yet.
Ironic –– the Post Crescent unwittingly displays an illegal use of court records to demonstrate the opposition to restricting public access to them.
And here’s Schneider’s hometown paper with a story on those who support them plan.
No Ben Turpin, the Tea Party movement has never been about fiscal conservatism.
UW-Milwaukee Post settles lawsuit with university over an open-records request.
Bizarre: The Consumer Litigation Clinic at UW settles a massive lawsuit with a payday loan firm. It got over $400,000 of loans forgiven to…students? state residents?
Uh Oh! Andrew Carpenter writes for the Herald. He sympathizes with AEPi –– commends them for partying and “raising money for a good cause.” Are you cereal?
Keep up with the high speed rail legislation before the Joint Finance Committee.