Madison365 Week in Review for September 15


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    SS Morris AME Church on Madison’s east side is now offering bilingual services, in English and Spanish, every Sunday at 2 pm.




    With many renovations and a new charter from UW, One City School is in full swing as a public 4k and kindergarten.




    The World Music Festival, produced by Union Theater, features acts from around the globe all weekend.




    A nonprofit organization is making the South Side safer and more accessible for bicycles.




    A local startup is using tech to change the way football is coached — and trying to make the game safer, too.




    Overture Center for the Arts has named Dawn Crim chair of its Community Advisory Board, and Ananda Mirilli as vice chair.




    NAACP Washington Bureau Director Hilary O. Shelton will highlight the 2018 Freedom Fund Banquet.




    The Warner Park football team is enjoying its 30th season under new leadership and a new partnership with East High.




    Viva Mexico Festival will kick off Hispanic Heritage Month tomorrow.




    Local activist Caliph Muab-El sat down with our editor to dig into Wisconsin’s problem with locking people up when they haven’t committed a crime.



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