Madison LGBTQ+ Youth Resources

The Madison area has many resources for kids who need support or want to learn about LGBTQ+ identities. Here are a few of the best.

A Celebratory Stop

At Little Pop Color Shop, candy colors, Instagrammable product and smile-inducing products are all part of the shopping experience.

Taking the Leap into Entrepreneurship

Chloe and Ryan Homan share how holistic financial planning with Joanna Burish allows them to focus on their priorities: building their business and also giving back.

Modern Nest

A Madison couple builds their family haven right on the shores of Lake Monona.

GSAFE’s Inclusive Mission

For the past 19 years, GSAFE has worked with families, educators and students to ensure that LGBTQ+ individuals are welcome at schools across Wisconsin.

Living Well and Feeling Good

Staying active and embracing exercise can significantly improve your quality of life, say the experts at Stoughton Health’s OrthoTeam Clinic.

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Tackling the Issue of Human Trafficking in Madison

Sex and forced labor trafficking happens in every corner of the world — the Midwest included. On April 19, United Madison is hosting the Sex Trafficking Awareness & Education Event to raise awareness of this issue close to home.

Building a Relationship With Your Local Lender

While it may be tempting to use an online mortgage lender, according to Trent Sveom, senior vice president residential and retail lending at Park Bank, building a relationship with a local lender can be of great value.

The Road to Recovery

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a time that promotes awareness and understanding of alcohol use disorder and alcohol-related issues.

Making College More Affordable

With costs continuing to climb, it’s smart to plan ahead for college. Read on for local experts’ tips on college savings, scholarships, the financial aid process and more.

Nurturing Nutrition for Kids

If you eat healthy and provide options for nutritious foods, your kids will be more likely to eat them. Here are some tips to foster healthy eating habits.

Build a Home That Keeps You Organized

In their 30 years of homebuilding, Classic Custom Homes of Waunakee has learned that including specific areas for storage is essential when building a new home.

Angela Trudell Vasquez’s Poetic Journey

Angela Trudell Vasquez remembers the moment she fell in love with poetry. She was listening to her parents read “Frederick,” Leo Lionni’s picture book about a mouse who uses poetry to help his community.

This Madison Festival Celebrates Black Artists

This month Black artists will take center stage during the Black Arts Matter Festival, from March 23-26. Performances will include local comedians, a poetry slam competition, drag artists and dancing.

An Easy Way to Shop Green

Satara Home and Baby, which was founded in Madison in the mid-’90s, is known for carrying high-quality, environmentally-sound home and baby goods.

Hit Those Fitness Goals

Three tips from Princeton Club’s expert personal trainers to make your 2022 ambitions happen — even if you’ve fallen off track.

Being Green is a Family Affair

A Madison-area couple strives to make an impact on family consumption habits using a “no guilt” approach for a greener, cleaner earth.

Black Authors to Read Now

To bookend Black History Month, Madison Public Library’s Tana Elias shares works by notable Black authors that we should check out moving into spring.