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When you arrive at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery for the 2012 Wisconsin Science Festival this fall, prepare for a tornado of sound.

Have you ever wanted to ask a scientist a pressing question about current scientific and technological research?

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Make it part of your 2012 New Year’s resolution to host an Aldo Leopold Weekend in your city or town.

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Madison has been my adopted home since I first joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Madison as an assistant professor of chemistry in 1970. I was sworn in as a U.S. citizen in 1974 by U.S. District Court Judge James E.

Lorrie Moore’s trademark prose has earned her a place as one of the finest American writ

When Bernard Gilardi died in 2008 at the age of 88 he had made nearly four hundred oil paintings.

Kinnickinnic Avenue is a bustling purgatory. Marred by industry and pockmarked with vacant lots, Kinnickinnic runs north and south between Milwaukee’s trendiest neighborhood—the Third Ward—and up-and-coming Bay View.

Jerry and I walk west from Charles’ studio down Lincoln Avenue through the rubble of a road under construction.

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