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Thursday, September 18, 2014 |  Madison, WI: 65.0° F  Partly Cloudy
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Mentors, Bicycle Benefits, Sharon Kilfoy, summer brews in the June 18 issue of Isthmus
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What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:

  • Josh Wimmer expounds on the challenges and joys of being a mentor.

  • Madison.gov: A look into the environmental blowback against Assembly candidate Brett Hulsey.

  • Bill Lueders searches for asbestos in the possible temporary site for Madison's new library.

  • Kevin Bargnes reports on an innovative program for bike-friendly businesses.

  • Brenda Konkel thinks Madison needs to get serious about ethics.

  • Esty Dinur profiles Sharon Kilfoy, the mural artist who enlists community volunteers for her big paintings.

  • Jessica Steinhoff reports on the local effects of big changes in the touring music business.

  • Rich Albertoni previews the Terrace performance by DJ Kool Herc, the hip-hop pioneer who, back in the '70s, sampled Madison's own Clyde Stubblefield.

  • Dean Robbins praises the TV Land sitcom Hot in Cleveland, featuring tube veterans Valerie Bertinelli and Betty White.

  • Kenneth Burns is delighted by Please Give, the death-obsessed comedy about two New York families, while Vincere tells the story of the wife Mussolini spurned.

  • Robin Shepard recommends the best of the local summer seasonal brews, whether you have a lawn or not.

  • Linda Falkenstein reports on a new lounge and South American resto on South Park Street.

  • Close to Home: Andy Moore reflects on a sibling's life and work.

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