September 1 - Schoepp Motors

When: Monday, September 1st (Labor Day)
Where: Schoepp Motors (Hwy 51 & Washington)
Join the Triple M Street Team and Gabby Parsons at Schoepp Motors for their Labor Day sale (Monday, September 1) from 1pm until 4pm for a chance to win Live From Studio M seats and (1) pair of tickets to Foster The People at the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee on Saturday, September 13 (9:00pm).

September 6 - MMM Tailgate Party

When: Saturday, September 6th 9a-11am
Where: Rocky's on Regent (1301 Regent St.)
What: Join Triple M & party two hours before Wisconsin takes on Western Illinois at Rocky's on Regent!  Rocky's seves Wisconsin made beer for Wisconsin Tailgaters. Rocky's serves an extended menu of food starting with breakfast!

September 7 - Joe's Song Benefit

When: Sunday, September 7th 7pm
Where: Majestic Theatre
What:Joey's Song 2014 Benefit Concert
THE KNOW-IT-ALL BOYFRIENDSFeat: Butch Vig and Duke Erikson from Garbage, Freedy Johnston

Joey’s Song is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to raising awareness and research funds to fight epilepsy. Joey’s Song was founded in 2010 following the death of 5 year old Joey Gomoll. Joey suffered from a rare and debilitating form of epilepsy known as Dravet’s Syndrome marked by daily seizures which were never able to be controlled. Despite the challenges Joey faced, he was a happy and vibrant child. While epilepsy had robbed Joey of the ability to use spoken words to communicate, Joey found a way to communicate with those around him through music. Joey loved to sing in his own way and to dance with anyone who would join him. Because of his love for music, our foundation produces and sells a series of CDs featuring rare and unreleased music from nationally renowned musicians to raise money for epilepsy research. You will find Grammy winners/nominees, CMA/ACM winners/nominees, Hall of Fame members and dozens of other award winning musicians represented on our CDs. Each and every artist on the Joey’s Song CDs has donated their art to help us make a difference in the lives of some other children who have also been dealt a rotten hand.


The Know-It-All Boyfriends first performed when the band didn’t show up for Chris Vig’s christmas coctail party. Instead Jay Moran, Freedy Johnston, James “Pie” Cowan, Duke Erikson and Butch Vig decided to do an informal jam.

They had so much fun they decided to keep going and played some gigs around town. Their first official gig was a benefit for the club O’Cayz Corral that burned down in a fire on January 1st, 2001. Freedy dubbed them the Know-It-All Boyfriends, and since then they’ve done about one concert every 6 months.

They perform mostly covers and ‘Trans Am Rock’ from the 60s and 70s. They never rehearse, so it can be sloppy, but usually it’s a lot of fun.

More Info Here

September 12 - Isthmus Wurst Oktoberfest

When: Friday, September 12th, 4:30-10p
Where: Madison's Central Park
Details:  Join us Friday, Sept. 12, 2014, at Madison’s brand new Central Park, for an evening of dining, drinking and dancing.  Exhibitors offer delicious, sample-size portions of sausage, cheese, and other regional delicacies, all free with your ticket.  Leinenkugel’s finest beers will be available on tap.   The Strawberry Jam Band and The Happy Schnapps Combo play the polkas!

Gates open at 4:30 p.m., samples are served from 5 to 9. The party ends at 10 p.m.

September 13 - 4th Annual Family Caregiver Resource Fair

When: Saturday, September 13th, 2014
Where: Warner Park Community Recreation Center (1625 Northport Dr.)
What: You’re not alone! Learn about the many services, resources and educational opportunities available in Dane County for people caring for an older and/or disabled family member. Thirty different agencies and businesses will be represented with no cost, no pressure information about numerous services and care options. Interactive workshops will zero in on some of the more pressing issues that caregivers face. Workshops will be offered 3 times each over the course of three hours so that you can get in multiple topics.

Topics to be covered include:
1) Medicare/Medicaid/Insurance Marketplace: What do you need to know?
2) Make your home safe and accessible
3) Create a care plan
4) How to choose senior housing
5) Legal issues you need to know about

For more details visit or call 608-243-5252. This program is presented by the North/Eastside Senior Coalition and sponsored by the Dane County Caregiver Support Program.