What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Vic Feuerherd gets up close and personal with the Brothers Fitzgerald, Scott and Jeff.
- Watchdog goes digging for dirt in Paul Soglin's blog.
- Jack Craver gives a primer on redistricting under GOP rule.
- Ruth Conniff is not looking forward to the Scott Walker years.
- Jay Rath has the rundown on Wisconsin's woebegone tax policy for filmmakers.
- Laurie Stark sits in on Scott & Mike's Hammond Organ Nite at the Avenue Bar.
- Jay Rath looks at the Bartell Theatre's recent budget woes.
- Rich Albertoni reports on Surrounded By Reality, an ambitious effort to promote jazz events.
- Jessica Steinhoff profiles The Lisps, a Brooklyn-based band that's part vaudeville, part country.
- Dean Robbins is pleased by the old-fashioned superhero charms of The Cape on NBC.
- Kimberley Jones finds that Casino Jack has fun with the story of disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, while Scott Renshaw samples the Sundance 2010 Short Films series.
- Erin Hanusa finds that Fuzzy's Tacos shows promise, then falters.
- Kids & Parents: Dean Robbins previews the spring arts season for kids.
- Michana Buchman pops into A Stone's Throw to peruse the new and pre-owned goodies.
- Tell All takes a serious look at Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch's views on same-sex marriage.