What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Josh Wimmer profiles a security expert who warns of identity-theft risk -- from the government.
- Bill Lueders looks into claims that the UW's campus sheep experiments are breaking the law.
- Jay Rath asks some tough questions of the developer of the Edgewater Hotel.
- Gary Kriewald mouths off about the UW-Madison's building binge.
- Emily Mills says where to eat, dance, booze and be seen around Madison in our back-to-school nightlife roundup.
- Jessica Steinhoff reports on the live music shows at Revolution Cycles, where the power of tunes promote the cycling lifestyle.
- Rich Albertoni says Throw Me the Statue's Scott Reitherman likes Huey Lewis' "If This Is It" and isn't afraid to say so.
- Jay Rath has an update on the Bricks Theatre, one of a couple new companies to rise from the ashes of the Madison Rep.
- Dean Robbins notes that an episode focusing on war veterans is unsettling even by the standards of A&E's Intervention.
- Kenneth Burns is reminded of his grandparents' old house by the fine French film Summer Hours, and Scott Renshaw is charmed by Ang Lee's Taking Woodstock.
- Jay Rath has the lowdown on the locally-made horror film Incest Death Squad.
- Linda Falkenstein interprets "the dog days of summer" literally at Mad Dog's Eatery on North Henry Street.
- Mary Ellen Bell goes to a produce auction in Montello and is up to her elbows in peas and beans.
- Health Beauty and Fitness: Catherine Capellaro looks back on the long process of uncoloring her hair.
- Tell All advises a mother who lied to her son.