What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Joe Tarr explores on the future of State Street.
- Judith Davidoff reports on women lawmakers in the Wisconsin Legislature who shared stories of rape, difficult pregnancies in ultrasound debate.
- Stu Levitan reports on the 30th anniversary of Concerts on the Square.
- Dave Cieslewicz argues that Gov. Scott Walker is not invincible.
- Stu Levitan, Brian Palmer and Scott Gordon preview two days' worth of Isthmus Jazz Festival performances.
- Steve Moore profiles local trombonist Darren Sterud, who has engineered numerous jazz shows at the Fountain.
- Ben Munson checks in with experimental rockers All Tiny Creatures, who are releasing surprising new album.
- Brian Palmer discusses four essential Mount Moriah tracks before the band's upcoming gig at the Frequency.
- Laura Jones says American Players Theatre's Molly Sweeney brims with strong performances.
- Katie Reiser says American Players Theatre works hard to highlight the strengths of Shakespeare's early comedy The Two Gentlemen of Verona.
- Dean Robbins admires CBS's Stephen King adaptation Under the Dome.
- Steve Davis says Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing is a stylish take on a Shakespearean classic, and Scott Renshaw praises Monsters University's thoughtful perspective on talent and hard work.
- Kyle Nabilcy noshes on street food from Cortadito Express.
- Andre Darlington reviews James Conaway's wine novel Nose.
- Close to Home: Andy Moore gets away from it all, and comes racing back.
- A reader accuses Tell All of giving creepy advice to a couple propositioned by their friends.
- Jason Joyce thinks Favre-haters are a bunch of ingrates.