What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Maggie Ginsberg-Schutz looks into how Kids + The Internet = Cyberbullying.
- Madison.gov weighs in with Spencer Black as he retires from the Wisconsin Assembly.
- Bill Lueders tags along with the Madison police as they enforce pedestrian safety laws.
- Emily Mills challenges the county sheriff's policy on reporting undocumented citizens.
- Emily Mills talks to local DJs about their changing craft.
- Jay Rath reports on "Then and Again," an art project commemorating revered, defunct businesses with attractive signage.
- Jessica Steinhoff talks to Tani Diakite, the Malian musician who's recovering from injuries he sustained in a traffic accident.
- Rich Albertoni has the lowdown on Ricky Stein, the Texas roots-rocker who's driving across the nation, and pausing here.
- Dean Robbins regrets that the current season of American Idol won't be remembered for the singing, and bids farewell to the perplexing Lost.
- Kenneth Burns says the Romanian film Police, Adjective is a deceptively simple cop story with disturbing undertones, while The Secrets in Their Eyes recalls the bad old days of Argentinean tyranny.
- Kyle Nabilcy likes the sandwich menu at Signature Deli on Junction Road.
- Adam Powell, a chef, a foodie and an ordinary eater do a blind taste test of different milks.
- Close to Home: Andy blows through a red light on his bike and lives to tell the tale.