What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Isthmus and UW J-school students discover Madison and its people: #MeetMadison
- Joe Tarr asks whether Madison's city government and school district plan to work together.
- Joe Tarr reports on Occupy Madison's troubles at county campgrounds.
- Marc Eisen interviews Madison tech wunderkind Nathan Lustig who is now working abroad.
- Bruce Murphy decries the Wisconsin Legislature's move to limit recalls.
- Jessica Steinhoff notes how artists explore the invisible facets of reality in MMoCA's Seen/Unseen.
- Barbara Lam says Madison Theatre Guild's boom is a smart, restrained tale about sex, death and wayward comets.
- Jessica Steinhoff finds out what local garage rockers the Hussy are planning for their world tour, which begins in Spain.
- Brian Palmer discovers how the Carolina Chocolate Drops sold out both of their upcoming shows at the Stoughton Opera House.
- Andrew Winistorfer discusses five key tracks by rapper Freddie Gibbs, who'll visit the UW Union South Sett.
- Dean Robbins predicts a dead end for American Idol in the Nicki Minaj era.
- Kenneth Burns finds Robert Redford's new political thriller The Company You Keep to be engaging, and is tickled by the work and play in Room 237, a documentary about some of Stanley Kubrick's most obsessive admirers.
- Jessica Steinhoff reveals the Wisconsin Film Festival's audience award winners for 2013.
- André Darlington salutes the zaluuk at the new Moroccan restaurant Marrakesh.
- Jay Rath heads to the Southwest bike path to survey an innovative gardening partnership.
- Liz Merfeld leans in with the Doyenne Group.
- Tell All delves into a neighborhood's kinky sex.
- Jason Joyce studies the success of Badgers softball.