What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Linda Falkenstein finds that Isthmus Green Day keynote speaker Rick Bayless is much more than just a master chef.
- Watchdog: A look at Madison Bishop Robert Morlino's comments on the pope's role in clergy sex abuse.
- Joe Tarr reports on the boom in local pantry gardens.
- Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz outlines his vision for a new Central Library.
- Isthmus staffers recommend movies at the 2010 Wisconsin Film Festival.
- Amelia Cook reviews the new book by Madison poet Nick Lantz.
- Jessica Steinhoff checks in with DJ Mike Carlson, whose house burned down in January.
- Rich Albertoni previews the upcoming show at the Barrymore by Pretty Lights, whose electronic shows are a big draw everywhere.
- Dean Robbins is haunted by PBS's The Diary of Anne Frank, the best adaptation to date of the harrowing book.
- Kenneth Burns likes Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning's performances in the overwrought biopic The Runaways, while Fish Tank is a harrowing. tale of teenage desperation in an English housing project.
- Erin Hanusa finds that Coopers Tavern is way more than just poutine.
- Marcelle Richards cooks a variety of faux-meats to make for a bright vegan jambalaya.
- Michana Buchman says get thee to the Arboretum, with a guidebook or two from the shop in the visitor's center.
- Readers criticize Tell All's advice on garbage bins.