What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Mary Ellen Gabriel reports on Madison's embrace of solar energy.
- Judith Davidoff reports on a new group fighting the war on women, and Santorum's sweep of Madison.
- Joe Tarr asks Soglin why he's so grumpy about Occupy Madison.
- Ruth Conniff takes on the hypocrisy of Walker's negative ad campaign given his poor record on jobs in Milwaukee County.
- Aaron Conklin profiles Constance Steinkuehler, the UW professor who's advising the Obama administration on videogames policy.
- Andy Moore waxes enthusiastic about wax, which is to say vinyl records, just in time for Record Store Day.
- Scott Gordon listens to the roaring psychedelic rock of Acid Mothers Temple.
- Dean Robbins says that in its second season, HBO's Game of Thrones remains both compelling and gruesome.
- Marjorie Baumgarten says the intriguing British film Kill List is a flabbergasting genre bender and the long-overdue Margaret is an ungainly yet interesting mess, while Mark Savlov says The Lucky One tells a familiar romantic story.
- Andre Darlington hands out his Madison whiskey syllabus.
- Close to Home: In which Andy travels to Kentucky during a time when Holy Week and the Final Four align.
- Tell All: Readers share their thoughts on whether or not to give money to panhandlers.
- Jason Joyce finds an aggressive game at Goodman Diamond with Badger Women's fastpitch softball.