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1. madison.com: While useful. Not sure about the logo. Is this a russian province?  
2. Isthmus: Normally a small strip of land that separates two bodies of water, 'isthmus' often refers to the city of Madison it...  
3. Wisconsin State Urinal: A derogatory nickname for the Wisconsin State Journal newspaper that is published in Madison.  
4. Shout Outs! (SO): Shout outs (SO) appear in The Badger Herald every Wednesday and online EVERY DAY! 2nd Chance postings are listed i...  
5. Marshall the Marshal: Highly popular children's television show from the late 1960s featuring Marshall Shapiro as Marshall the Marshal. P...  
6. Onion, The: Originally founded by two UW-Madison undergrad students in 1988, The Onion is "America's Finest (fake) News Source....
7. Dane101.com: Collaborative blog website for Madison. Best place to get news about local politics, entertainment, and interestin...  
8. Big Bad Bob: Nickname for Channel 27 meteorologist Bob Lindmeier, reportedly coined by a UW meteorology student interning at the...  
9. 77 Square: The name of the free Madison paper that comes out every Thursday. 77 Square is produced by the folks at the Capital...  
10. Eating in Madison A to Z: Madison residents JM and Nichole blog about eating at every restaurant in Madison in alphabetical order: madisonato...  
11. Google Fiber: A high-speed Internet service that Google plans to roll out in cities with 50,000 to 5000,000 inhabitants. Madison ...
12. Nostalgic Rock: OLDIES were once and always will be defined as the early days of R&R (1955 - 1970)  
13. Top Chef: The popular Bravo reality show, which is akin to "Survivor" but for the food crowd, drove its big orange truck up t...  
14. Badger Herald: The Badger Herald is one of two student newspapers at the UW. However, the Herald is much larger with more content ...  
15. WORT: Madison's local, community-based radio station. Features such shows as 'Mel & Floyd', 'Tropical Riddims', and 'The...  
 
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