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Amos Mortier, Andy Bey, the Prairie Cafe, and Book of Love 2009 in the February 13 edition of Isthmus

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What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:

  • Nathan Comp uncovers new revelations about the disappearance of Amos Mortier, based on exclusively obtained grand jury testimony.

  • Is the DNR's plan for managing chronic wasting disease doomed to fail? Brian McCombie reports.

  • Jay Rath reports on Madison aldermanic candidates' positions on funding for public art.

  • Ruth Connif on the UW Hospital's plan to provide second-trimester abortions: yay!

  • Susan Kepecs profiles the jazz vocal legend Andy Bey.

  • Jessica Steinhoff bids farewell to Awesome Car Funmaker, the Madison band that is indeed awesome and fun making.

  • Jay Rath reports on how Overture is introducing cell phone gallery tours.

  • Kent Williams runs down the lineup of Oscar-nominated short films screening at Sundance.

  • The Prairie Cafe brings hearty goodness to Middleton Hills.

  • Ingrid Rockwell recommends apple treats for your sweet Valentines.

  • Kyle Nabilcy joins the new monthly communal table at L'Etoile, and it is good.

  • Mr. Right says farewell.

  • Read Madison's homemade valentines in the Isthmus Book of Love 2009.

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