What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Roger Bybee takes an open-eyed look at Janesville, a city in pain.
- Madison.gov brings y'all up to speed on the Edgewater hotel project.
- Bill Lueders documents what prompted the suspension of a UW researcher's animal-use privileges.
- Christian Schneider deconstructs the claims made to compel Census compliance.
- Andy Moore checks in with the young poets of First Wave, UW's ambitious hip-hop curriculum.
- John Barker talks to the owners of Farley's House of Pianos, whose classical music series is an overlooked gem.
- Dan Sullivan reports on big changes with the Wisconsin Union Directorate's film program.
- Rich Albertoni writes about the new jazz series beginning downtown at the Inn on the Park.
- Dean Robbins is sleeping with the lights on after watching Happy Town on ABC.
- Kenneth Burns says The Sun, about Emperor Hirohito in the last hours of World War II, is chilling and surreal.
- Linda Falkenstein checks out the sandwiches at the new Roman Candle in Fitchburg.
- Terese Allen has two new ideas for seasonal mushroom dishes.
- Tell All advises a frustrated dude whose girlfriend won't reciprocate.