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Madison365 Week in Review for December 11


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The UMAAJA Business Network will host two pop-up markets, this weekend and next, featuring Black-owned small businesses on Madison’s south side. 



Markese Terrell announced his candidacy for Beloit City Council last week.




Dana Pellebon is running to represent Fitchburg on the Dane County Board.




Cecelia Miranda was honored for her decades of work to preserve and celebrate Bolivian culture in Madison.




Madison’s Hip-Hop Architect, Michael Ford, surprised a student at his alma mater with a $10,000 scholarship to study architecture.




Oscar Mireles and the Tamara D. Grigsby Office for Equity and Inclusion were honored with Alix Olson Awards for promoting equity.



Poet Sasha Debevek-McKenney is StartingBlock’s new artist in residence.




The Wisconsin Badgers football team is headed to the Las Vegas Bowl on December 30.



Midfielder Derek Gebhard will return to Forward Madison for the 2022 season.

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