What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Adam Powell takes a closer look at Madison's Apple developer culture and talks to eight local apps developers.
- Joe Tarr runs down the hotly contested rimaries for Madison City Council.
- Judy Davidoff examines the three-way primary election for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
- Marc Eisen investigates the coworking phenomenon in the downtown tech scene.
- Ruth Conniff weighs Democrats' chances of beating Gov. Scott Walker in 2014.
- James Kreul zooms in on UW Cinematheque's series of animated films from Japan's Studio Ghibli.
- Jessica Steinhoff marvels at the dancing in the West Side Story revival playing at Overture Hall.
- Katie Reiser finds warmth in Yggdrasil, Kanopy Dance's latest presentation of modern-dance works.
- John W. Barker praises cellist Alban Gerhardt's handling of Prokofiev with the Madison Symphony Orchestra.
- Scott Gordon recommends tuneful weeknight events at the Fountain and Mason Lounge.
- Joshua M. Miller checks in with South African folksinger Vusi Mahlasela, who will perform at the UW Union South Sett.
- Dean Robbins finds the CW's Cult one of the season's most intriguing TV shows.
- Louis Black finds The Other Son, about Israeli and Palestinian babies who get swapped at a war shelter, surprisingly compelling, while Kimberly Jones yawns her way through Safe Haven.
- Jay Rath has breakfast at the Union's Rathskeller, and longs for the good old days.
- André Darlington provides a handy guide to champagnes to pair with all phases of a relationship.
- Close to Home: Andy Moore remembers some memorable early loves.
- Tell All comforts a man who lost his soul mate.
- Jason Joyce ponders the future fortunes of UW women's basketball.