Hi, I’m Steve.

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If you haven’t guessed by now, I’m Steven Potter and I’m a reporter. This site is simple — it contains my most recent work in chronological order.

For my full portfolio, please check here.

Send me an email at stevenpotter.reporter[at]gmail.com.

Thanks,

~Steve


 

 

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Touch Points

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Madison’s Braille Library & Transcription Service teaches the sighted to produce Braille so the blind can read. Braille remains a crucial tool even in the days of audio transcriptions.

Read the story here.

Photo credit: Steven Potter

Next in Line: Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes

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Mandela Barnes sees “our greatest opportunities in our biggest challenges.”

The new lieutenant governor has no prescribed duties — all the better to advance his agenda of equity and sustainability.

Read the story here.

(Subscription required)

Photo credit: Jarvis Lawson/Milwaukee Magazine

Can You Still Afford to Rent Here?

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Madison families and young professionals aren’t mincing words. They say the city’s rental market is “a nightmare,” “verging on highly unaffordable” and turning into “an absolute [expletive] housing crisis.”

Read the story here.

(Image credit: Madison Magazine)

The State of Madison’s Art

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If Madison wants a thriving art scene, advocates see a need for a larger city investment in public art.

As it turns out, that’s about to happen.

Read the main story here.

(Above image credit: artist Panmela Castro with photo by Anarkia Boladona)

 


 

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This was a large package of stories for Madison Magazine on the city’s public art scene, including information about new funding, new projects, the efforts of local non-profits and what’s going on in neighboring cities’ art scenes.

Other articles include:

  • Attention-grabbing installations can be found throughout the city (link)

  • Other area cities add to constellation of public art (link)

  • Dane Arts Mural Arts brings artists and buildings together (link)

  • Ray Chi’s ‘The People’s Pronouns’ (link)

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