What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Your complete guide to the 2012 Wisconsin Film Festival.
- Joe Tarr explores the class divide in Madison.
- Andrew Cole reports on the UW TAA's decision not to endorse Kathleen Falk.
- Erik Gunn looks at whether Wisconsin could come clean with public financing.
- Ruth Conniff considers the Wisconsin GOP's obsession with sex, not jobs, this legislative session.
- Kenneth Burns explains why is the world's unlikeliest sports fan -- a pro golf nut, to be exact.
- Steve Moore reviews "Encountering Cultures," Tom Jones' collection of photographs of Native American fur trade reenactors.
- Jessica Steinhoff interviews Anna Vogelzang, the Madison singer/songwriter who's tired but pleased after working SXSW.
- Scott Gordon checks in with Municipal Waste, the thrash and hardcore band that's touring with GWAR.
- Dean Robbins says Fox's Touch takes its own mumbo-jumbo too seriously.
- Scott Renshaw says the much-anticipated The Hunger Games soars when the focus is on its star, Jennifer Lawrence, and doesn't when it isn't, while Marjorie Baumgarten likes Pariah, a coming-of-age story about a black lesbian high schooler.
- André Darlington finds fab flautas and more at Mi San Juanito on Park Street.
- Marcelle Richards checks in with the local rescue Shelter from the Storm.
- Tell All gives thumbs up to open marriage.
- Jason Joyce explains why Jordan Taylor is a mensch.