What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Jennifer A. Smith takes a look at American Players Theatre as the company opens its season with a new indoor facility.
- Bill Lueders looks into the safety of home air purifiers.
- Darlinne Kambwa reports on how Leopold Elementary embraces bold approaches to bilingual education.
- Prison inmate Brannon Prisk explains how he finally found religion after a lifetime of mistakes in the second part of the Crime and Punishment series.
- Emily Mills takes the city to task for proposals to regulate street musicians.
- Jay Rath reports on how the Overture Center is filling the gap left by the Madison Rep.
- Rich Albertoni reports that David Sanchez stole the show at the Isthmus Jazz Festival.
- Jessica Steinhoff looks at the Australian country music made by Kasey Chambers, who is playing at the Barrymore on Tuesday.
- Susan Kepecs previews the Marquette Waterfront Fest, which is celebrating 20 years in style this weekend.
- Scott Renshaw finds that The Taking of Pelham 123 favors style over substance, and Imagine That is a fart-free Eddie Murphy flick.
- Raphael Kadushin finds that Fugu Asian Fusion mixes palate-pleasing favorites for Americans with authentic Asian dishes.
- Megan Larson highlights a few of her recent local finds on Etsy.
- Tell All offers advice to a stripper's boyfriend.