What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Brian McCombie takes stock of the new business-friendly DNR.
- Watchdog reports on efforts by Alliance for Animals and PETA to seek prosecutions for mice aggression experiments at UW-Madison.
- Marc Eisen reflects on the Congress for the New Urbanism's lessons for Madison.
- Tag Evers discusses what it will take -- a lot -- to beat Walker and the GOP.
- John W. Barker serves up history lessons and upcoming season highlights about Concerts on the Square, Opera in the Park and other summer classical-music events.
- Amanda Rigell reports on the UW Press' unprecedented achievement in LGBT publishing.
- Jennifer Smith reviews two new technologically oriented exhibits at MMoCA.
- Jessica Steinhoff previews the upcoming show by Hanggai, the Beijing-based group that's bringing a modern sound to Mongolian folk music.
- Dean Robbins says NBC's Friday Night Lights remains one of the best shows on TV.
- Kenneth Burns likes the fantasy premise but not the tedious execution of Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris, while Scott Renshaw says Super 8 seems like a classic -- for the first 45 minutes.
- Erin Hanusa drops by Bea's Bonnet and Linda Falkenstein stops in at the Good Food Cart.
- Marcelle Richards transforms her barbecue with a maple dry rub and rhubarb mop sauce.
- David Medaris calls on Madison Food Explorers, who are all about walking around and eating... now that's recreation.
- Tell All: Is The Onion still funny?
- Sports Week: The Madison Mallards want to win.