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Terrence Wall, the Sienkowski Brothers, and Monroe Street Bistro in the October 3 edition of Isthmus
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What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:

  • Tom Laskin bids adieu to Isthmus with an enlightening profile of developer Terrence Wall.

  • Bill Lueders reports on yet another beating by young Madison punks.

  • Robert Chappell looks into J.B. Van Hollen's voter-registration discrepancies.

  • Three-plus decades years have not dulled the radical approach of Judy Blume, introducing the controversial Forever.

  • The Sienkowski brothers are all over the map, musically speaking.

  • Rich Albertoni profiles Trin Tran's Steve Coombs, a one-man band.

  • Susan Kepecs reviews Li Chiao-Ping Dance's fall concert.

  • Monroe Street Bistro holds its own in the near-west dining Renaissance.

  • We quiz co-owner David Yankovitch about the new La Brioche.

  • Little Locavores closes out the market with everybody's favorite: squash!

  • Jason Joyce heralds East High student Marquis Mason's multi-sport excellence.

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