Two-time CrossFit games athlete Elijah “EZ” Muhammad visited a group of teens at Madison’s Goodman Center Tuesday morning. He gave them an intense fitness lesson and finished with an inspirational conversation about achieving life goals.
Baseball and softball are making a comeback for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. These sports are wildly popular in Japan, so the International Olympic Committee decided to bring them back for the first time since their removal in 2008.
The curtain will soon go up for the first time in 18 months for actors with the Sun Prairie Civic Theatre. A musical revue called “Don’t Stop Believin’ 2021” will be held July 23 and 24 at 7 p.m. and the 25 at 2 p.m. at Sun Prairie High School’s Performing Arts Center.
For Madison’s 9th year now, Make Music Madison will showcase over 200 concerts at 100 locations including homes, parks, libraries, community centers, businesses, and street corners throughout the city.
In another sign of what looks to be a more normal summer in Madison, tour boats are getting back in the water. Captain Rob Sutherland, Master Captain & General Manager of Betty Lou Cruises, launched a 52-foot yacht into Lake Mendota this morning.
This will be the show’s second year going virtual. The event typically focuses on group performances and awards. However, this time instead of large troops performing, 20 soloists have been selected from high schools around the state.
A local Madison filmmaker is working to create a documentary in order to preserve the music and legacy of Clyde Stubblefield, a musical icon and drummer who toured with James Brown before settling in Madison.
Former Green Bay Packers’ great Brett Favre discussed the verdict in former police officer Derek Chauvin’s trial on his podcast Wednesday, saying he believes Chauvin did not intentionally mean to kill George Floyd.