What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Isthmus looks at how several Madison businesses are using the web to expand their audience.
- Bill Lueders asks some hard questions in the wake of recent 911 call disclosures.
- Vikki Kratz reports on a plan to lower bus fares for needy riders.
- Rich Albertoni corners "Lefty" Frank James, a Madison songwriter who cut his teeth in Nashville.
- Jessica Steinhoff previews the Madison for World Health concert, which will raise money to fight African epidemics.
- Jay Rath checks in with the theater troupe StageQ, whose A Queer Carol updates Dickens the gay way.
- Raphael Kadushin likes the mix 'n match sauce strategy at Dayton Street Grille.
- Katrin Madayag heads to the new, locally owned Oompa Toys in Middleton.
- Kids and Parents: Where are the Girl Scouts headed in the 21st century? A Madison Gold Award winner reports on the journey.