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Join BRAVA Magazine at the Women to Watch Soiree! The event celebrates the 2018 Women to Watch honorees featured in the January issue of…
Chloe Benjamin appreciates her “Madison favorites” because they allow her to work hard—and play hard, too. Read all about her favorites now.
By Rae Sanders Wisconsin ranked third in the nation for binge drinking in 2016, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health. That’s especially problematic…
Make your own deliciously rich and thick hot chocolate with this recipe from Megan Hile, owner of Madison Chocolate Company.
On October 15th, Design for a Difference made history by completing the largest charity design makeover in the country!
What is Denmark’s secret to surviving dark days and coming out happy on the other side? The answer lies in the winter-embracing Danish art of hygge.
Forgiveness is often misunderstood. Forgiveness is not excusing, justifying or forgetting the wrongdoing.
Every day, more companies put empathy first. These Madison businesses have joined the movement to reach beyond the bottom line in their community.
Welcome to The North. Pull out a map and everyone has a different idea of where Wisconsin’s North Woods or “Up North” is.
Novelist and Madison resident Chloe Benjamin is elated to ring in the new year. When January begins, her second book, “The Immortalists,” will be published.
Since all the war stories I heard beforehand of pregnancy and childbirth were mere cliff notes of how awful those turned out to be, is menopause a one-way ticket to hell physically—and mentally?
Winter tends to wear on our skin but local soap and emollient makers have created some solutions. Lindsay Snow, “master soaper” at Craft Brewed Suds in Madison, recommends a combination of handmade soap and lotion bars to keep your skin hydrated.
By Rachel Werner As holiday festivities crop up on the calendar, a good place to start shopping for treats for a holiday meal or…
Brunch hits the spot any day of the week at Porter. Tucked inside the revamped train depot off West Washington Avenue, the chic coffee shop’s morning fixins’ are hearty.
Building Brave is just the start of what Mary Burke dreams will eventually become a global online community of 10 million women who are connecting, inspiring and empowering each other.
In 2016, the Wisconsin Department of Health reported that Wisconsin ranked third in the nation for binge drinking—for women that means drinking four or more drinks on one occasion.