What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Jill Carlsen reports on homeless teens and runaways -- and those who seek to exploit them.
- Lynn Welch asks: How can Madison buy 18 new $500,000 buses?
- Maggie Rossiter Peterman looks at Mess Hall Press, which teaches graphic design to local teens.
- Bill Lueders blows his stack at a bunch of stuff.
- Rich Albertoni reports on the continuing loss of local radio voices.
- Jessica Steinhoff checks out the variety show and podcast Mad Toast Live at the Brink Lounge.
- Kenneth Burns reviews Steven Soderbergh's biopic Che.
- Terese Allen checks out out more than just meat at the Dane County Winter Farmers' Market.
- David Medaris declares that Madison finally gets the squash courts it deserves.
- Get Smarter: There are jobs with growth potential in Dane County.
- Get Smarter: Cooking classes are a blast no matter what kind of a home chef you are.
- Get Smarter: Learn to be green at Upper Iowa University.
- Get Smarter: Classes you didn't even know they offered.
- Tell All, Isthmus' new advice column, answers all your questions about life and love in Madison.