What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- In our cover story, Kenneth Burns profiles Audrey Edmunds, convicted of first-degree reckless homicide in the notorious 1996 death of a child in her care. The Wisconsin Innocence Project has taken up her case.
- Marc Eisen ponders the future of Willy St. Co-op, Part Deux, slated to move into its new digs at Metropolitan Place in 2008. Finally.
- This week's musical word is: Jazz. As in the Isthmus Jazz Festival. Check out the lineup. Other musical words: Harmonious Wail, Cork n' Bottle String Band. So listen up.
- In this month's Kids & Parents, children act up -- Shakespeare will never be the same.
- And for sushi aficionados and Shinji Muramoto aficionados (you know who you are), Raphael Kadushin reviews Hilldale's new restaurant, Sushi Muramoto. Everybody happy?