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Aerial photos, top 25 local albums, Cilantro, Green Drive in the July 9 issue of Isthmus

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

  • Ann Grauvogl explores how aerial photography is changing our world, for better and worse.

  • Watchdog: Did Madison cop refuse to let naked biker get dressed?

  • Jack Craver analyzes how acceptance of gays is changing the state's political dialogue.

  • Ruth Conniff bids adieu to a local women's health provider.

  • Rich Albertoni runs down the top 25 pop albums to come out of Madison, from 1962 to today.

  • Jay Rath reports that the Kohler Foundation has donated a substantial art collection to the Madison Public Library.

  • Rich Albertoni catches up with Mike Behrends, the Madison singer-songwriter who's issuing a debut album, New Feet.

  • Jessica Steinhoff previews the Fete de Marquette performance by the Prince Edward Island quartet Vishtèn.

  • Dean Robbins says Rob Corddry's Children's Hospital, on the Cartoon Network, is deft, ruthless satire.

  • Marjorie Baumgarten finds Cyrus, with its Oscar-caliber cast, a new high for mumblecore auteurs Jay and Mark Duplass, while a supervillain tries to outdo his peers in the animated Despicable Me.

  • Erin Hanusa finds Cilantro Bar and Grill worthy of its status as a Bayless offspring.

  • Marcelle Richards makes fey treats for a locavore high tea.

  • David Medaris investigates the hot cars at the Green Drive Expo.

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