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Sins of the Son: Vikki Kratz reports on how a family's desire to give a child a chance led to tragedy, in the September 12 edition of Isthmus
Plus: Isthmus Books Quaterly, fall concert picks, reflections on 9/11, and a new hoe

Pick up an Isthmus this week and inside you'll find the following:

  • The Rev. Scott Carlson lost his daughter but not his devotion to his adopted son.

  • Vikki Kratz sets off in search of Falk's potential challengers.

  • Rick Berg reflects on 9/11, and the role of the president to defend liberty.

  • Tom Laskin lists his picks of the fall concert season.

  • Rich Albertoni interviews Travis Nelson, the Okkervil River drummer who once called Madison home.

  • Susan Kepecs previews the World Music Festival.

  • Our theater critics review Doubt: A Parable and The Full Monty.

  • Kent Williams likes Burn After Reading, the Coen brothers' latest.

  • Isthmus Books Quarterly talks to novelists David Rhodes and Sara Rath and poet Ron Wallace and looks at a book that details the mysterious world of Dr. Evermor.

  • Shopper Katrin Madayag plays dress-up at Ravenworks at Westgate.

  • Marc Eisen talks to inventor Noel Valdes of Cambridge about his better brand of garden hoe.

  • The Malt House is a beer-lover's heaven, Robin Shepard finds.

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