What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Stuart Levitan takes stock of Madison in 1968: What a time it was!
- Bill Lueders reports on the firing of a CUNA Inc. exec who complained about bigoted remarks.
- Vikki Kratz faults county committee for not providing effective oversight, despite murdered kids.
- Marc Eisen sizes up Madison's new school superintendent.
- A green gym and a better kind of bike in Health Beauty and Fitness.
- Rich Albertoni serves up the best in new local bands.
- The Reverence Festival is a weekend-long blast of electronic music.
- Tom Laskin follows up on the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra's labor talks.
- Kenneth Burns reviews Widowers' Houses at American Players Theatre.
- Jerry Minnich finds the breezy deck at the west-side Otto's a perfect place to toast the end of summer.
- Jason Joyce wraps up some loose ends regarding the Mallards, Cavaliers and Mustangs.
- Last, but not least, is the Annual Manual, the original guide to all things Madison.