What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Marc Eisen explores Madison's biotech giant Promega and gets to know CEO William Linton.
- Judith Davidoff reports on how Capitol arrest video could be key evidence in Damon Terrell charging decision.
- Judith Davidoff reports on the Urban League no-show at Madison's commemoration of the March on Washington.
- Judith Davidoff reports on Ron Johnson's visit to Madison Rotary.
- Catherine Capellaro checks in with Madison Teachers Inc. post Act 10.
- Larry Kaufmann praises the Wisconsin Legislature for reviewing oppressive business regulations.
- Brent Stewart finds five Madison college bands that rock in their own way.
- Julia Burke reports on how Audio for the Arts develops personal relationships with recording artists to bring out their best work.
- Joshua M. Miller looks at how My Morning Jacket's Jim James, set to play the Majestic, is adding producer and film star to his job titles.
- Jessica Steinhoff delves into the fun surrounding the Madison Central Library's reopening.
- Dean Robbins finds both brutality and tenderness in the season opener of FX's Sons of Anarchy.
- Marjorie Baumgarten lauds Sarah Polley's unconventional family documentary, Stories We Tell.
- Erin Hanusa thinks Grampa's Pizzeria is onto something different on Willy Street.
- IsthmusParents.com: Julia Cechvala peeks into Middleton's Knowledge Unlimited, which educates kids using current events.
- Dan Seiter shrugs off the Badgers' opener, which proved nothing about UW football's new direction.