What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Laurie Stark provides a guide to committing all seven deadly sins in Madison's vibrant nightlife scene.
- Madison.gov: More money for the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission means less for human services.
- Vic Feuerherd reports on the legacy of UW Chancellor Biddy Martin, who still thinks she did the right thing.
- Jack Craver comments on how the Dems are downplaying collective bargaining in the recall elections.
- Jay Rath writes about the sad passing of Forward Theater Company co-founder Colleen Burns.
- Jessica Steinhoff covers a avant-garde-jazz concert series going on at the Audio for the Arts recording studio.
- Rich Albertoni says Gillian Welch's doleful new album fits these hard times.
- Dean Robbins previews the series finale of NBC's Friday Night Lights, one of the best TV series ever.
- Scott Renshaw bids a fond farewell to that loveable, youthful threesome in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, and Marjorie Baumgarten says the French-Canadian film Incendies is a powerful anti-war statement.
- Linda Falkenstein says Monk's doesn't stand out in the host of Middleton dining options.
- Marcelle Richards finds out what happens when tofu is hijacked by wild mushrooms.
- Andrew Cohen introduces Brian Smith, the guy who controls Madison's stop lights.
- Emily Mills reports on how the Mad Rollin' Dolls are spreading the seeds of roller derby in Denmark.
- Tell All: Pedestrians are not safe on Madison streets.
- Jason Joyce reports that the Brewers are on top -- of the TV ratings, that is.