What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Maggie Ginsberg-Schutz reports on Madison resident Scott Anderson's difficult quest to become an Presbyterian minister.
- Watchdog looks into why some websites are inaccessible to the blind.
- Alicia Yager pursues the GOP's elusive pick for lieutenant governor, Rebecca Kleefisch.
- Emily Mills considers e-cigarettes: All she is saying is give them a chance.
- Jennifer Smith offers a critic's guide to local galleries, just in time for the fall edition of Gallery Night.
- Jay Rath talks to Broom Street Theater artistic director Callen Harty regarding Invisible Boy, his new play about childhood sexual abuse.
- Cailley Hammell reports on the centennial celebration of jazz pianist and composer Mary Lou Williams.
- Rich Albertoni previews a show by the Dirty Disco Kidz, who are helping launch the snowboarding-related clothing brand Yea.Nice.
- Jessica Steinhoff interviews Th Thermals on love, lies and ZZ Top.
- Dean Robbins deems the judge in Outlaw on NBC not a whole lot like real judges.
- Scott Renshaw says the Facebook movie The Social Network is witty and wildly entertaining, while Kenneth Burns finds Farewell to be a Cold War drama with a soupon of weary ambivalence.
- Kids & Parents: David Medaris talks to folks who should know about avoiding injuries when heading the ball in soccer.
- Michana Buchman visits Zip-Dang for the best in handmade and vintage.
- Tell All considers the likelihood of romance on the new high-speed train.