What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Mary Ellen Bell profiles Michael Johnson, the CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County.
- Joe Tarr reports on Occupy Madison's construction of tiny houses for the homeless.
- Joe Tarr examines the spat between the city and county over sewage.
- Bennet Goldstein checks in with residents of Morrison Street, who make a unique connection through quarterly social gatherings.
- Dave Cieslewicz makes the case for a Democratic gubernatorial primary in Wisconsin.
- Brent Stewart explores how college and community radio are faring in the digital age.
- Jessica Steinhoff interviews Deb Gilpin, the new executive director of Madison Children's Museum.
- Laura Jones says Music Theatre of Madison's Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is the most enjoyable production she's seen all season.
- John W. Barker is amused by the loopiness of Madison Savoyards' Iolanthe, about a group of fairies and the British House of Lords.
- Julia Burke profiles the Jimmys, who won the artist of the year award at the 2013 Madison Area Music Awards.
- Scott Morrow considers Dax Riggs' powerful, versatile pipes.
- Dean Robbins thinks Fox's Axe Cop may be the most awesome cartoon ever.
- Scott Renshaw sees traces of the Trayvon Martin case in Fruitvale Station, and MaryAnn Johanson argues that The Wolverine is an action-packed sci-fi soap opera.
- Linda Falkenstein sticks with the burgers at Buck & Badger.
- Sarah Makoski talks with Nicole Drives of Lala's Nuts.
- Liz Merfeld hacks into the UW's Humanities Hackathon.
- Tell All hears from a gay man in despair over continuing homophobia.
- Andrew Cohen just asks that golfers go ahead and golf.