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Whether you’re on the isthmus or strolling down Willy Street, the dining scene in Madison is going to blow you away. There is a remarkably wide range of dining options available, from great diners you can share with the whole family to elegant fine dining perfect for impressing. On this episode of the I Love
If you haven’t heard the term, “Trailing Spouse” it has to do with a family that is forced to move due to a job or relocation and one of the spouses moves early to get things established while the other trails behind, bringing family, household goods, and who knows what else. In Sarah Wells’ case,
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Happy New Year from the I Love Madison Team! There are several people that are mentioned on the show that you have gotten to know, like Neil Mathweg, Chris Reese, and Chris Sorenson. In this episode, Neil and the crew want to celebrate some of the other people who believe in the I love Madison
It is about time to say goodbye to 2017 an enthusiastic “Hello” to 2018, and Madison is a fun place to be for the festivities. From extravagant parties to special dinner menus, a mindful evening to free family fun, Madison has it all. Check out my list below for some ideas on where you can
Besides being an amazing place to live, Madison is home to some incredible people. In this episode, Neil and the other hosts highlight some of the amazing people that make Madison tick! If you need more information on the Game of Magnets, listen to this episode for more details. Chris Sorensen performs karaoke for your
There are lots of amazing things happening around the city of Madison, Wisconsin! On this episode of the I Love Madison show, Neil Mathweg talks about the Game of Magnets, as well as the Madison Food Tournament! After the “Meetup of the Week” segment from Chris Sorenson and the “My Move” Segment from Chris Reese,
Welcome back to the I Love Madison show! If you are new to Madison, this show will help you connect to all the cool places and people around the city. If you are a long-time resident of Madison, you know it’s an amazing place to live! This episode is loaded with information on local meetups,
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Welcome to Episode 3 of the I Love Madison Show! The launch last week was successful, with tons of Madison residents excited about the show, the connection events around town and the upcoming events in January! This week, Neil Mathweg interviews guest Diana Lawinger, the “Godfather” of the I Love Madison Show to talk about
Escaping Adulthood with Jason Kotecki.
Welcome back to the I Love Madison show, where the goal is to help people living in Madison connect with great businesses, interests and other people! There is so much in this episode that you don’t want to miss! Neil Mathweg talks more about I Love Madison and the new ideas he is implementing, then
It’s time to get this party started…It’s time to launch the I Love Madison Show! Host Neil Mathweg explains how the idea for the “I love Madison Show” came from talking with local business owners and realizing that it was hard for people moving into the city to connect. Additionally, Neil talks about how hard
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Wisconsin State Capital, Madison Wisconsin Fall 2017
The history and architecture in Madison and the surrounding area is truly spectacular.  There is always something to see and an amazing story behind it. I am a firm believer that, when you know the history of the area where you live, you feel more connected and have a greater sense of pride for your
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Life is about connections. We all look for people, places, and events that we can connect to and with. The I Love Madison Show is all about helping people make connections so they can pursue their dreams and adventures. We love to showcase people, places, and events that make Madison such a great place to
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