Due to COVID 19 precautions for the April 2020 Election, the City of Madison has reserved parking meters on the 200 block of Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd for any City of Madison voter to register and/or vote from the curb. Just pull up to a parking meter in front of the City County Building or Madison Municipal Building with a “No Parking Police Order sign.” If you have a cell phone, you can call the number posted on the sign at the meter to begin the curbside voting process. Otherwise, wave at one of their election officials standing in front of the building, wearing a bright yellow vest.
We recently put out a call for moderators and in the three weeks we were open to new mods, only nine people responded. Of those nine, only three were active community members and they were all made moderators. As interested as people seem to be in how the subreddit is moderated, there is a lack of community members genuinely interested in being active participants in the process.
Over the last couple of years, the City of Madison’s Art Commission has placed artist’s work on utility boxes around town. This year, given the positive public reaction to the program, the Madison Arts Commission, decided to continue the program and is announcing an annual August call for entries. Selected work will be part of a library of designs that traffic engineering can choose from going forward..
The words pour from him. But it not simply a stream of invective; M is an eloquent speaker, on stage and in the campaign bus. Quoting as is his tradition Victor Hugo Les Mis as he concludes, the cobblestone is the best symbol for the people. Beginning on March 30, they will be open seven days a week (except holidays). The sites will be open 8:30am to 4:30pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The sites will be open 8:30am to 8:00pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Hefner added that he was a strong advocate of First Amendment, civil and reproductive rights and that the magazine contained far more than centerfolds. Playboy serialized Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” and later published fiction by John Updike, Doris Lessing and Vladimir Nabokov. Playboy also specialized in long and candid interviews, from Fidel Castro and Frank Sinatra to Marlon Brando and then presidential candidate Jimmy Carter, who confided that he had “committed adultery” in his heart.
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