What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:
- Maggie Ginsberg-Schutz explores the workers cooperative movement in Madison.
- Jay Rath reports on new nonprofits programs that emphasize professionalism over passion.
- Stuart Levitan previews the performance by the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, part of the Isthmus Jazz Series.
- Jay Rath reports on preparations for the 100th birthday party of the local stagehands union.
- Scott Gordon talks to Madison musicians who collaborate with artists overseas.
- Jessica Steinhoff talks to Deleted Scenes about their Talking Heads-esque art rock.
- Dean Robbins says ABC's The River is spooky good.
- Marjorie Baumgarten says Daniel Radcliffe doesn't ignite in the atmospheric The Woman in Black, and the supernatural thriller Chronicle feels fresh and authentic.
- Andre Darlington slurps from nine bodacious bowls of noodles.
- IsthmusParents.com: Sari Judge reports on how to communicate with kids about money when things are a little tight.
- Tell All: In defense of Miss America.
- Jason Joyce on the Chadima scandal: What would Barry do?