What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Dave Cieslewicz makes the case for a year-round public market for Madison.
- Judith Davidoff looks at public perceptions about "rich" public workers.
- Phil Busse reports on a pilot program for curbside compost pickup.
- Marc Eisen argues for a new vision of public unions.
- Billy Bragg hails the Wisconsin Capitol protesters, and celebrates the 100th birthday of Woody Guthrie.
- Andy Moore picks the best bets for Summerfest.
- Scott Gordon previews an upcoming show at the Dragonfly by the stoner-metal band Trophy Wives.
- Jay Rath reports on a restored Steinway & Sons Centennial grand piano at the Villa Louis estate in Prairie du Chien, coming to town for a performance at Farley's.
- Dean Robbins says a new HBO documentary about performance artist Marina Abramovi? reinvigorates the basic movements of everyday life.
- Scott Renshaw says Steven Soderbergh makes Magic Mike better than it ought to be, while Marc Savlov finds Ted to be a funny but familiar story.
- Kyle Nabilcy finds much to like about Dickey's Barbecue.
- André Darlington recommends the Zepaltas rosé and Domaine Girard Sancerre 2009 savignon blanc for those sunny summer days.
- Marcelle Richards talks to three veterinarians who incorporate alternative treatments for pets.
- Tell All readers stick up for incivility.
- Jason Joyce on why ESPN's Euro 2012 soccer announcing puts other sports to shame.