What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- SummerTimes packs a season full of Wisco goodness with hints, plans, calendars, and more.
- It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a Frisbee... Jason Joyce reports on Madison's Ultimate culture.
- Bill Lueders writes about how Dane County may seize a 82-year-old's home over her refusal to pay a tax overcharge.
- Lynn Welch dissects a consultant's report saying Madison schools need $85 million of repairs.
- Ruth Conniff weighs in on a standard test snafu that led to an 8-year-old being urged to read A Clockwork Orange.
- Jennifer Smith has the lowdown on the Dairyland artists represented in the Wisconsin Triennial at MMoCA.
- Sally Franson interviews the authors of Cancer Stories, a new play based on interviews with Wisconsinites affected by the disease.
- Jay Rath reports on Girls Rock Camp, the summer program that trains future jukebox heroines.
- Rich Albertoni talks to the Projection People, the Madison band that fearlessly blends electronic and rock sounds.
- Jessica Steinhoff previews the Loft show by the Arizona mathcore band The Bled.
- Dean Robbins admires the snark of the cable channel E!, which celebrates itself with E! Celebrates 20 Years of the Celebrity Revolution.
- Kenneth Burns says the Sex and the City 2 braintrust apparently forgot there was a devastating recession, while the documentary Casino Jack and the United States of Money takes on disgraced megalobbyist Jack Abramoff.
- Linda Falkenstein reports that the rooftop space at Sundance gets a new name and a new menu straight from Utah.
- Terese Allen finds a lot to love about fresh dill.