What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Joe Tarr looks for the true progressive in the race to succeed U.S. Rep Tammy Baldwin.
- Joe Tarr unearths even more problems at the Orpheum Theatre.
- Seth Jovaag asks, will Madison's new water meters kill us?
- Dave Cieslewicz thinks Dane County should pay up for the Overture Center.
- Rosemary Zurlo-Cuva gives a tour of live poetry events.
- Jay Rath reports on sketches and other historic materials unearthed in the UW Memorial Union's renovations.
- Andy Moore sits down with the Madison rockers Blueheels.
- Scott Gordon analyzes the convoluted syntax of rapper Aesop Rock.
- Dean Robbins is already making popcorn for the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony.
- Marc Savlov says the child actress Quvenzhané Wallis is jaw-droppingly good in Beasts of the Southern Wild, and finds that Todd Solondz's latest, Dark Horse, is pure Todd Solondz.
- Kyle Nabilcy bows down before the biscuits at 4 & 20 Bakery.
- Marcelle Richards works wonders with champagne currants.
- Liz Merfeld reports on local startup SeatSwapr, which will help airline passengers to trade seats.
- Tell All: Readers disagree about the need for post-recall civility in Wisconsin.
- Jason Joyce says that in light of Penn State, UW athletics should do a little soul-searching.