When Craig Atwood founded JangoBio in 2016, he envisioned a future in which people could live beyond the age of 100.
Norwegian descendants (and their friends), rejoice – even though it’ll look a little different, there will be some sort of Syttende Mai celebration this year.
After Sarah Boyd first read about the concept of a plant gallery in the Netherlands several years ago, she soon decided she wanted to open her own.
An old laundromat on 318 S. Water St. is now a space for Aligning Stars Theatre to hold events and shows — although those will happen virtually until the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
What started a few years ago as a platform to root for local musicians has grown into what its founders call a “digital music ecosystem,” particularly amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A dance studio faces almost $24,000 in fines after Public Health Madison and Dane County alleged the business violated a county social gathering ban amid COVID-19.
Nine months after the COVID-19 pandemic led to gathering restrictions and consumer worries, many businesses are still feeling the strain of a year with unanticipated challenges.
For a company that creates event merchandise and regalia – name tags, backstage passes, and V.I.P badges – the new normal of social distancing could have dealt a devastating financial blow.
Last week, chef and restaurateur Dave Heide used his voice to push back on a state bill he felt did little to help small businesses stay afloat amid COVID-19.
When the City of Fitchburg saw there was a need for affordable senior housing, developers planned the HighLine Apartment complex, which opened in May 2020.