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Madison365 Week in Review for November 28


Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by Quartz Health Insurance.

COVID testing slowed during the holiday week, leading to lower numbers of new cases.



Children’s Theater of Madison will stream performances of four plays by award-winning playwright Idris Goodwin for free next month.


Members of the community shared remembrances of Lori Mann Carey, who passed away recently.




A local performer’s pro-staying-home music video went viral this week after it was retweeted by Ava Duvernay and Oprah Winfrey.



The City of Madison is now flying the Ho-Chunk Nation flag in front of the Madison Municipal Building.



Forward Madison FC has re-signed center back Josiah Trimmingham and forward Noah Fuson.




A local Black-owned business is connecting farmers, hit hard by the pandemic, with families, restaurants and retailers.



Isabel Perea Martinez has joined One City Schools as School Wellness and Improvement Manager.



Some students are calling for UWPD to remove a “thin blue line” flag from their offices.

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