What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- In this week's cover story, Vikki Kratz looks at the company behind the power lines, ATC. How has American Transmission Company managed to anger citizens and communities throughout the state, yet always seems to get its way?
- Nearly 50 years after Frank Lloyd Wright's death, Madison finally embraces his Prairie Style architecture. Kent Williams wonders: What's the deal?
- Jerry Minnich goes overboard on the new Mexican seafood restaurant El Pescador, and Erika Janik takes us back to the foods of yesteryear in her Local Flavor column.
- In theater, The Night of the Iguana gets the APT treatment, and in music, Tom Laskin finds that The Grizzlies just wanna have fun.