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Madison365 Week in Review for October 30


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The Food and Drug Administration has authorized a COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11.




The Walls Group will headline the first-ever UW Homecoming Gospel Concert this weekend.




The Día de los Muertos community altar offers a chance to celebrate lost loved ones at Overture Center until Nov. 14.




Madison East’s principal was removed and replaced by Mikki Smith, the first Black woman to lead a Madison high school.




April Kigeya announced her candidacy for a newly-created County Board district on Madison’s west side.




UW-Madison senior Deryk Gonzalez, performing as Deryk G, fuses rap, funk, R&B and more in his debut release, “Lotus Junky.”




ProPublica science reporter Caroline Chen is the Science Journalist in Residence at the UW-Madison journalism school this semester.




A major Black-owned development broke ground on Madison’s south side this week.




Rebalanced Life Wellness Association founder Aaron Perry got more national attention last week on Robin Roberts’ “Thursday Thrivers” show.



The Ambition Center provides a new coworking space for entrepreneurs and remote workers on Milwaukee’s North Side.




With a draw against FC Tucson last weekend, Forward Madison was eliminated from playoff contention.

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