What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Bill Lueders celebrates the life of Billy Zurlo, a mentally ill man beloved by many.
- Jay Rath uncovers the story behind the landmark Castle and Doyle Building, which had been threatened in the redevelopment plans for the 100 block of State Street.
- Ruth Conniff sees the FBI corruption probe as a major issue in Gov. Scott Walker's recall election.
- Jessica Steinhoff shares her live-music picks for the coming months.
- Andy Moore reviews Madison country historian Bill Malone's new biography of folk legend Mike Seeger.
- Scott Gordon reports that singer-songwriter Cass McCombs, set to play the High Noon Saloon, is a man of mystery.
- Dean Robbins finds that Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte don't make us care in HBO's Luck.
- Marc Savlov says Glenn Close is remarkable in the cross-dressing drama Albert Nobbs, and Kimberley Jones says David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method, about Jung and Freud, is never quite revelatory.
- Raphael Kadushin finds a lot to like at The Fountain.
- Diane Schwartz reports that the new Tenney Park skating shelter is open ...and there is ice.
- Marcelle Richards finds a kinder kind of car care at Dutch's Auto.
- Tell All: Shouldn't Wisconsin be ashamed that we won Miss America?
- Jason Joyce discusses why, just this once, it might be sorta okay to pay attention to the Milwaukee Bucks.