What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Isthmus staff ventures into mysterious local places, answering the question: "What goes on in there?"
- Judith Davidoff reports on a new push by deficit hawks to attract millennials to the cause.
- Judith Davidoff reports on what Kathleen Falk has been up to.
- Lauren Pongan reports on a new digital fabrication lab at Stoughton High School.
- Ruth Conniff calls out the right-wing groups forcing school choice on Wisconsin.
- Becky Holmes tells the story behind local novelist Dale Kushner's big debut, The Conditions of Love.
- Jessica Steinhoff asks StageQ's Tara Ayres what she plans to do after leaving her post as artistic director.
- Katie Reiser applauds Li Chiao-Ping's daring Riot of Spring.
- John W. Barker reviews the Ancora String Quartet's latest performance.
- Joshua M. Miller chats with the drummer of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, set to play the Barrymore.
- Scott Gordon discusses the technical prowess of the Dillinger Escape Plan, who are playing the High Noon Saloon.
- Dean Robbins is disappointed in Christopher Guest's HBO series Family Tree.
- Kenneth Burns offers his two cents on Koch, a documentary about one of New York City's most controversial mayors, and Scott Renshaw says West of Memphis asks important questions about advocacy filmmaking.
- André Darlington raves about the okra and other down-home foods at JB's Eat-A-Bite BBQ.
- Marcelle Richards finds a spiritual home at Afterlife Antiques and Oddities on Atwood.
- Close to Home: Andy Moore celebrates a daughter heading out into the world.
- Tell All empathizes with a woman who's fed up with spoiled Madison children.
- Sports: Jason Joyce follows @Haudricourt; #whyyoushouldtoo.