What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Joe Tarr writes about the race between Eileen Bruskewitz and Joe Parisi for Dane County Executive.
- Watchdog examines the political reputation of the DOA.
- Alison Bauter asks labor guru Joel Rogers what unions should do now.
- Vince O'Hern salutes the Peace Corps on its 50th birthday.
- Jessica Steinhoff profiles All Tiny Creatures, the electronic band that could be Wisconsin's next big thing.
- Kenneth Burns reflects on the closing of the west-side Borders.
- Jessica Steinhoff interviews Hiromi, the pianist who's part of the Piano Jazz Summit at Overture.
- Dean Robbins is relieved ABC's Dancing With the Stars is getting back to normal bad dancing.
- Marc Savlov enjoys the cunning Limitless, starring Bradley Cooper as an author who takes an inspiration drug, and Scott Renshaw gets some laughs out of the sci-fi comedy Paul.
- Linda Falkenstein reports that Nicholas Johnson returns to the kitchen at 43 North, and on a new cafe at Johnson and North.
- Close to Home: If you want to be a Purgolder...Andy finds out what it really means.
- Tell All: The wisdom (or lack thereof) of paying for porn on the Internet.