What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Seth Jovaag goes on a road trip with a group of Madison Mormons.
- Joe Tarr breaks down the potential impact of the Act 10 court ruling.
- Joe Tarr reports on local reaction to Obama's new immigration policy.
- Esty Dinur profiles soon-to-be state lawmaker Melissa Sargent.
- Marc Eisen decries Wisconsin's leadership vacuum.
- Sandy Tabachnick profiles John DeMain, the man behind the baton at the Madison Symphony Orchestra.
- Jessica Steinhoff reviews PhotoMidwest's new juried exhibition at the UW's Memorial Union galleries.
- Andy Moore winces as the Avett Brothers prance about in Gap corduroys.
- Ben Munson tries to predict what Conor Oberst will play at his show in the Capitol Theater.
- Jessica Steinhoff hobnobs with Andrew Bird before his concert at Overture Hall.
- Dean Robbins chuckles at The Mindy Project, Mindy Kaling's new sitcom on Fox.
- Scott Renshaw argues that Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman give near-perfect performances in The Master, and Kenneth Burns wonders how a grown man could pass as a teen in The Imposter.
- Cheryl Breuer picks the best tasting vegan dishes around campus -- that won't break the bank.
- Andre Darlington samples more than several Wisconsin wines, and finds a surprising winner.
- Close to Home: In which Peggy moves on from classroom teaching, and Andy reflects on the importance of neighborhood schoolteachers.
- Tell All: Readers insist that sexuality isn't the be-all end-all.
- Jason Joyce considers the Brewers' stiff competition in vying for a wild card spot.