What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- In this week's issue, we hear from abroad--from southern Africa, in fact, where Peace Corps volunteer Madeline Uraneck shares her experiences in "Letter from Lesotho."
- Kids & Parents provides parents with valuable lessons in turning our children into wee bibliophiles. Paul Kosidowski peers into the future for a roundup of the upcoming theater season. (Spoiler alert: Packer fans will be happy.)
- More theater: Girls Night Out: The Musical and Sweet-Cannoli Nuptials get the treatment. You'll laugh, you'll cry, etc.
- Tom Laskin previews the family-friendly strum-a-thon that is the Sugar Maple Fest. And former Go-Go Jane Wiedlin joins Madison's Whore du Jour.
- Kent Williams reviews The Simpsons movie and finds that it doesn't suck.
- In food, Raphael Kadushin heads all the way to Monticello to The Dining Room at 209 Main, gas prices be damned.
- And Mr. Right has hot flashes.