Harmony Valley sets up on cold and rainy Saturday morning. Dane County Farmers Market. #mymadisonday


7:12-7:36 pm, Madison Symphony Orchestra at Overture Hall

Here is a behind-the-scenes glimpse from the perspective of an onstage orchestra musician prior to the start of tonight’s opening concert of the 2012-13 Madison Symphony Orchestra season.

The program consisted of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” a memorial tribute to the memory of Conductor Laureate Roland Johnson and Principal Tubist Paul Haugan (both of whom had passed away in the summer of 2012) with “Adagio for Strings” by John Stevens (Director of UW-Madison School of Music), “Classical Symphony” by Sergei Prokofiev, “Firebird Suite (1945)” by Igor Stravinsky, and Piano Concerto No. 2 by Piotr Tchaikovsky, performed by Garrick Ohlsson.

– David Spies

The perfect birthday present to come home to after a 13 hour work day @uwmadison. #stillLoveMyJob #myMadisonDay


6 pm, Glass Nickel-University to Silk Exotic

Neil Spath, owner of the Glass Nickel on University Avenue, makes a pizza pie.


David Ault, Glass Nickel manager and driver, drives the pie to Silk Exotic.


Ault delivers the pie.


Silk Exotic wouldn’t allow photos inside, but its bouncers did pose for this awesome group shot. Thank you gentlemen!


David stores his $9 in tips — all singles. Glass Nickel pizza rocks!

– Carolyn Fath

Kids at sleepovers, wife at the bartell. I’m home alone, should be editing but I’m watching Springsteen blu rays #mymadisonday


4 pm, UW Marching Band practice field

UW athletic trainer Steven Porst treats Nathan Grobarchik, a trombone player with the UW Marching Band during its Friday afternoon practice.


A wide view of the UW Marching Band practice on the west side of campus, with the WARF Building looming on the horizon.


UW Marching Band members step past the 50-yard-line of their practice field.


The UW Marching Band drum major and a line of sousaphones approach the 50-yard-line.


UW Marching Band director Mike Leckrone directs practice from atop a ladder.

– Carolyn Fath

Hall of Presidents art exhibit at Forward Theater, 44 Plays for 44 Presidents at The Playhouse #mymadisonday


Krista, Zoey and Kai signing up for the #ZooRunRun this sunday at Henry Vilas Zoo #MyMadisonDay


atwood neighborhood has been plagued by car break-ins. A neighbor had his GPS stolen this morn and put this up. #mymadisonday


Mike works the register at Kessenich’s LTD kitchen supply showroom on Fair Oaks. #mymadisonday

WWKB? What would Kramer buy at Kessenich’s LTD! #mymadisonday


Still working at Isthmus! #mymadisonday

Courtney sells ad space :-) @IsthmusTDP #mymadisonday