What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Madison.gov: Union stewards question state furloughs that don't save any money.
- Lynn Welch reports on Oakhill Correctional Institution and its focus on inmate education.
- Roger Bybee investigates communities rising up against factory farms in Dane County.
- Rich Albertoni profiles Jessi Lynn, the Madison singer and songwriter who looked for success in Nashville but found it here.
- Jessica Steinhoff checks in with Chris Bocast, the one-time New Waver who is now a Madison ambient musician and UW grad student.
- Rich Albertoni previews the upcoming show by Mitchel Musso, the latest teen-pop phenom from Disney's hit machine.
- Dean Robbins says VH1's Woodstock Now & Then is a fascinating look at that famous music festival.
- Marc Savlov is blown away by the new science fiction flick District 9, and Kimberley Jones deems Bandslam a special little movie.
- Bluephies is sometimes too much fun.
- Marcelle Richards brings Southern and Japanese elements to a plate of greens.
- Andy Moore tries to score Jimmy Fallon tickets in Manhattan.
- Tell All counsels a gay man in love with his female therapist.