What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Ann Grauvogl uncovers some of the best-kept secrets at UW-Madison.
- Bill Lueders reports on a brutal Madison beating you didn't hear about.
- Jason Shepard unearths new evidence of problems with the Dane County 911 Center.
- Ruth Conniff gives a feminist critique of the Dem and GOP conventions.
- David Medaris previews MMoCA's momentous George Segal exhibit, and details how a casting of the sculptor's "Depression Bread Line" found a permanent home in Madison.
- Tom Laskin offers an update on the Chazen Art Museum's expansion.
- Rich Albertoni looks at fall offerings on WSUM, the UW's student radio station.
- Kent Williams has a sneak peek of the UW Cinematheque Max Ophüls series, which covers the filmmaker's European period.
- Kids and Parents: They're too young to vote, but kids are aware of events surrounding the election; Talking it through with them; and Little Locavores go apple picking.
- Raphael Kadushin finds a lot to love at the new Restaurant Muramoto.
- Susan Kepecs talks to David Bacco about his supernal chocolats.
- David Medaris shares a sneak peek at the new Goodman Community Center on Waubesa Street.