What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Nathan Comp reports on District Attorney Ismael Ozanne's plan to close the criminal justice racial gap in Dane County.
- Judith Davidoff tries to find out just what a lieutenant governor in Wisconsin does.
- Judith Davidoff gives an update on the legal challenge to the state's domestic partner registry.
- Andrew Cole reports on why the TAA is staying out of the recall race for governor.
- Ruth Conniff urges Wisconsin's middle class to take back its government in the recall election.
- Dean Robbins profiles the local acts performing in this weekend's Isthmus Jazz Festival
- Stu Levitan talks to the incomparable singer Mary Stallings, who headlines the 2012 jazz fest.
- Andy Moore visits with Todd Cambio, the north side guitar maker whose replica instruments are favorites of musicians worldwide.
- Scott Gordon talks with pop singer Feist about the touring life.
- Dave Cieslewicz reviews The Passage of Power, the newest volume of Robert Caro's massive Lyndon Johnson biography.
- Dean Robbins says the MTV Movie Awards is how you do a movie awards show.
- Kimberley Jones says Snow White and the Huntsman is an ambitious take on the fairy tale, and Kenneth Burns is moved by the sad Belgian drama The Kid With a Bike.
- Marcelle Richards finds an old-style neighborhood tap at the Baldwin Street Grille.
- Linda Falkenstein reports on a new Texas/Cajun barbecue joint opening in Cambridge.
- IsthmusParents.com: Sari Judge finds out what it's really like to be a lifeguard.
- Tell All: Sex with Scott Walker not so bad.
- Jason Joyce discusses why the Miami Heat is/are kind of, well, despicable.