Madison365 Week in Review for October 8


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    We published our sixth annual list of Wisconsin’s most influential Latino leaders.



    Music Theater of Madison will present “Monstersongs” the next two Saturdays.




    La Movida Radio will celebrate its 20th anniversary at its annual Hispanic Heritage Luncheon on Friday.




    Lawrence University will host a free and public Indigenous Peoples Day celebration Monday.




    US Senate candidate Mandela Barnes raised $20 million in the third quarter, far more than he’d raised for the entire campaign to this point.



    The Farwell Foundation announced a $500,000 donation to the Black Business Hub.




    Author Clint Smith III will keynote the Go Big Read event on November 1.




    Luna’s Grocery is looking to expand and open a second location in Dane County.




    Sherman Church is celebrating its 69th anniversary with a variety of activities this weekend.




    Yuly Osorio has joined Step Up: Equity Matters as marketing brand manager.




    Members of Madison’s Puerto Rican community are raising money for their homeland after Hurricane Fiona left the island devastated.

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