What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Even in tough times, Madison's unique small businesses manage to survive and even thrive.
- Joe Tarr looks into how new county watershed rules may affect homeowners.
- Jay Rath examines the controversies and intrigue regarding the Edgewater Hotel's expansion plans.
- Transit planner Tim Wong wonders if Madison is making the right choices.
- Jay Rath reports that movie theaters are moving beyond plain old movies.
- Jessica Steinhoff checks in with A.J. Love, who's bringing Chicago blues musicians to the Frequency.
- Rich Albertoni assesses Lucie Blue Tremblay, who's performing at the Women's Music Festival.
- Dean Robbins looks at NBC's summery Great American Road Trip, passes on Sci Fi's Warehouse 13 and learns about the acoustics of Celine Dion in Nova Science Now.
- Kenneth Burns says Public Enemies is unfocused, even dull.
- We pay a visit to the new Bunky's Cafe on Atwood Avenue.
- Linda Falkenstein shares her top picks from Madison's food carts.
- Kids and Parents: A tour of local fun zones for older kids.
- Tell All finds a cure for premature ejaculation.