Kline had a profound impact on many in Madison. In tributes emerges a singular portrait of Kline’s compartmentalized life: a countercultural agitator, alternative philosopher, artistic visionary with a sly sense of humor and a quiet man whose kind, sensitive nature made him an emotional anchor among hotheaded stagehands.
I’ve started again doing some freelance writing here and there for Isthmus, Madison’s alt-weekly. In May I wrote a short feature about changes at a nightclub on the city’s south side. In this week’s Isthmus is another shortie on the band Cloud Cult, which is kicking off the free outdoor music series Live on King […]
I’ve been working for The Monroe Times coming up on six months. Still love it. Much of my day-to-day beat focuses on court hearings and police blotters, a stream of one-off stories and reams of information. In the past couple of months I started to piece it all together into lengthier bit of reporting on […]
Back in December, I intended to do a story about the history of the Green County Courthouse hooked to the building’s 120th anniversary. Time ran out. When January rolled around, we were already entering the 121st anniversary year and the hook fell to the bottom of the priorities list. But there are a couple of […]