Madison365 Week in Review for March 30


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    Overture Center for the Arts cancelled a panel discussion on Asian representations in MIss Saigon prompting a “teach-in” led by local Asian American leadersOverture later apologized.



    Just Bakery and Sassy Cow Creamery announced a new partnership — and a new ice cream flavor.




    Madison South Side native Denzel Irby landed a starring role on the TV adaptation of the bestselling novel Looking For Alaska.



    Madison Central Library hosted a sneak preview screening of The Public, the new Emilio Estevez film about the role libraries play in supporting the homeless.



    A new group meeting in the Allied Drive neighborhood provides support for grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.




    Madison Oriental Market is expanding on the North Side.




    The Golden Gloves Wisconsin champ at 178 pounds, William Langston, is going pro.



    Madison’s poet laureate has a number of activities planned for National Poetry Month, which begins Monday.




    In Real Talk with Henry Sanders, our publisher talked to Sun Prairie School Board candidate Montie Bowie and Madison School Board candidate Ali Muldrow.

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