What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Jay Rath discusses the past and future of one of Madison's major thoroughfares -- Park Street.
- Judith Davidoff looks at the story behind the flood of requests by citizens to hand count recall ballots.
- Scott Girard talks to new Madison libraries director Greg Mickells.
- Bruce Murphy thinks wealth alone doesn't qualify Eric Hovde for U.S. Senate.
- Dave Cieslewicz reviews David Maraniss' new biography of President Obama.
- Scott Gordon talks to R&B singer Charlie Brooks about life after Funky Mondays.
- Katjusa Cisar previews the Live on King Street concert series opener with Cloud Cult.
- Jessica Steinhoff checks in with the Baseball Project, the rock supergroup that plays music at ballparks.
- Dean Robbins is moved by the courage of a gay rights activist in the HBO documentary Vito.
- MaryAnn Johanson says The Dark Knight Rises is the most depressing summer popcorn movie ever.
- André Darlington revels in the manly food of A Pig in a Fur Coat.
- André Darlington stops by Square Wine Company for some cooling summer sips.
- Close to Home: Andy finally gets his sea legs. (Yep, it's the boat again.)
- Tell All wonders if women can have it all.
- Jason Joyce introduces Madison's soon-to-be professional Ultimate team.