What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Phil Busse reports on the marijuana home-growers among us.
- Watchdog: Vicki McKenna's jihad against Madison firefighters.
- Alison Bauter finds that Gov. Scott Walker kept his word on cabinet pay.
- Jack Craver puts in a good word for UW-Madison Chancellor Biddy's Martin and the New Badger Partnership.
- David Medaris checks in with legendary drummer Clyde Stubblefield, who's stepping down from Funky Mondays.
- Jay Rath has the news from Spring Green, where Taliesen is celebrating its 100th birthday.
- Rich Albertoni talks to Jimmy Linville from the folk duo Daniel and the Lion, who are releasing a new album.
- Jessica Steinhoff previews a show by Femi Kuti, a powerful voice for change in Africa.
- Dean Robbins is gearing up for television's non-event of the century, the royal wedding.
- Kenneth Burns says the documentary Queen of the Sun, about disappearing bees, is chaotic and silly, while Kimberley Jones finds that Disney's Prom doesn't get the big night right.
- Raphael Kadushin finds buns, dumplings and ramen at an appealing price point on the Umami menu.
- Linda Falkenstein reports on the new food carts braving cold and rain on Library Mall.
- Matthew Mullins catches up with farmer and activist Tony Schultz.
- Tell All: What to do when your girlfriend is too loud?