The week of October 26 has items of possible interest to residents of district 2 at the Board of Estimates, the Dane County Personnel Finance Committee, the Pedestrian/Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Commission, the Community Services Committee, the Steering Committee for Stone House Development’s Proposal for the 1000 Block of E. Washington Ave and the Steering Committee for County’s Proposal for a Day Resource Center at the Messner’s site at 1326 E. Washington Ave.
The House approved the single article of impeachment against Trump on Jan. 13, with 10 Republicans joining the chamber Democratic majority. That vote came a week after the pro Trump mob stormed the neoclassical domed Capitol, interrupted the formal congressional certification of Biden victory, clashed with an overwhelmed police force, and invaded the hallowed House and Senate chambers..
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Tedford was one of those classic gentleman coaches, who was pure of heart and demonstrated good sportsmanship in a way that has been missing for too long. Back in 2006, with Tedford at the helm, there was nothing to worry about, we had a hell of a season and Tedford made it look easy. When Cal was getting far ahead, the team would loosen up, taking a knee at the two yard line instead of building a disgusting lead.
Eight rooms is the maximum allowed by state statute. Madison is B deficient when compared with other similarly situated cities. This ordinance change may allow for a more attractive business model to encourage more of these locally owned businesses which provide more options to visitors to Madison..
A Park Avenue society girl turned Greenwich Village beatnik, Clarke was the pioneering female director in the early history of American independent film, good friends with John Cassavetes, Frederick Wiseman, Jonas Mekas and other downtown legends of the period. If her name and her films have virtually disappeared from history, that’s partly due to institutional sexism, no doubt, and partly to bad luck and bad timing. Milestone Films, which is releasing this version of “The Connection” restored by the UCLA Film Television Archive, will go on to release Clarke’s 1960s documentaries “Robert Frost: A Quarrel With the World” and “Portrait of Jason,” an interview with a black gay street hustler, along with her 1985 comeback film “Ornette: Made in America,” about jazz legend Ornette Coleman.