What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Get in motion with the winners of the "My Madison Ride" photo contest.
- Judith Davidoff sits in on a meet-and-greet with gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke.
- Jay Rath talks to founder Sonya Newenhouse about Community Car's 10-year anniversary.
- Bruce Murphy believes the new John Doe probe is reasonable, given that the last one nabbed three criminals on Gov. Walker's staff.
- Katie Reiser reviews the meditation-inspired works in Digging, a collaboration between Kate Corby & Dancers and the UW Dance Department.
- Laura Jones explains why TAPIT/New Works has teamed up with Ohio's New World Theater Company for Now What, a fusion of Medea and a zombie story.
- Jennifer A. Smith lauds the Chazen's exhibition of colorful, intricate Mithila paintings.
- Julia Burke chats with Compact Duo about their weekly pairings of live music and films at the Fountain.
- Josh Miller asks soul singer Charles Bradley about his journey from poverty to stardom.
- TV critic Dean Robbins taps his toes to HBO's melodious Treme.
- MaryAnn Johanson says that Philomena is a "cry-until-you-laugh dramedy" about a Catholic Church scandal.
- MaryAnn Johanson lauds Frozen's princesses for melting stereotypes about women.
- Linda Falkenstein enjoys salty snowcones and super tacos at La Nena and Fruteria Ali.
- Liz Merfeld reports on the formation of Madison's new Digital Technology Committee.
- Julia Burke leaves her comfort zone inside the Snuggle House.
- Tell All offers advice for dealing with an unwanted Thanksgiving guest.
- Dan Seiter looks at the injury-wracked Pack.