Madison365 Week in Review for August 10


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    American Players Theater’s production of Fences opens this weekend.




    Fond du Lac entrepreneur Arletta Allen earned a national award from Community Action Partnership.




    Kenosha’s William “the Kid” Langston is set to headline a new boxing extravaganza for his second pro bout.




    Dozens gathered in Madison to support the local immigrant community.




    The Latino Academy of Workforce Development will honor its students at a picnic Saturday.




    The City of Madison has honored activist Brandi Grayson with the Rev. James C Wright Human Rights Award.




    The Ho-Chunk Language Division’s “Rapid Word Collection Workshop” helped revitalize an endangered language.




    One City Schools held its kindergarten graduation ceremony at Penn Park for the first time.




    Practices are underway for the Southside Raiders’ 49th season.




    The Sessions at McPike Park music festival is underway featuring diverse artists from around the world.




    The 11th Annual Back to Skool Bash on Sept. 2 will make sure kids are ready to learn.




    Mellowhood Foundation got a major grant from the City of Madison for the “People on Premises” program.



    Forward Madison has stormed into the playoff conversation with three straight wins.

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