What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Mary Ellen Bell reports on Madison transsexual activist Rhiannon Tibbetts.
- Madison.gov finds that there's no end in sight for the Edgewater battle.
- Lynn Welch reports on why MTI head John Matthews is angry about recent teacher contracts.
- Bill Lueders rebukes partisan extremists in the state Supreme Court recount.
- Jay Rath reports on what artists and consumers of art had to say when they were surveyed as part of the city's new cultural plan.
- Andy Moore previews a performance by bluegrass guitar legend Tony Rice.
- Jessica Steinhoff checks in with Cait and the Girls, the Madison rock band that formed for a TV appearance and is still going strong.
- Rich Albertoni talks to punk rocker Ted Leo ahead of his Memorial Union show.
- Dean Robbins says the pop singer takes herself a bit too seriously in HBO's Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden.
- Scott Renshaw finds that Thor follows the formula of recent Marvel films, more or less successfully, and Kenneth Burns is saddened by Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune, a documentary about the 1960s folk singer.
- Kenneth Burns asks if Krispy Kreme Hot Now is all that.
- Kids & Parents: Linda Falkenstein finds that Camp Upham Woods is a place for kids to get back to nature, right in the Dells!
- Michana Buchman finds gear to get going with at Catalyst, a recent addition to Madison's thriving fitness apparel scene.
- Tell All plays Miss Manners on the issue of protesters' civility.