What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Jenny Seifert evaluates Madison's status as a city in which to participate in online dating.
- Joe Tarr reports on Common Council reaction to calls for a referednum on Judge Doyle Square.
- Joe Tarr asks officials how well the city's new zoning code is working.
- Judith Davidoff reports on an ambitious new summer jobs program for Dane County teens.
- Dave Cieslewicz calls out Madison lefties for their old-fashioned ideas.
- Brent Stewart gets the lowdown on Kelly Hogan's life in Evansville; she sings in Neko Case's backing band and will be performing with her at the Orpheum.
- Julia Burke notes how Madison acts are taking home more and more Wisconsin Area Music Industry awards.
- Ben Munson chats with Bear Claw, a Chicago band featuring two bass guitarists that's playing Mickey's Tavern.
- John W. Barker dissects the Madison Symphony Orchestra's recent tribute to musical theater.
- Katie Reiser explains how the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery inspired Li Chiao-Ping's latest work, Rise Over Run.
- Laura Jones finds broad relevance in Different Dreams, an Encore Studio production that asks some tough questions about disabilities and happiness.
- Dean Robbins enjoys an unconventional Mother’s Day episode of ABC's Trophy Wife.
- Kimberley Jones says two excellent leads makes Le Week-end a much funnier tale of marital tension than it might have been otherwise.
- Scott Renshaw admits that a cute baby is his favorite thing about Neighbors, a comedy about a conflict between a fraternity and the parents of a newborn.
- Erin Clune tries out two new-ish sub chains, Firehouse Subs and Which Wich.
- Michael Popke talks to CSA farmers whose farms have gone solar.
- Dan Seiter heads to the Madison Radicals home opener.