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Local heroes, David Douglas, Porktropolis, Colin Tucker in the January 14 issue of Isthmus
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What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:

  • Isthmus writers honor their local heroes.

  • Madison.gov reports on Mayor Dave's unsuccessful efforts to reach out to Scott Walker.

  • Bill Lueders sizes up the management styles of Madison mayoral contenders.

  • David Blaska says local liberals are attempting to undermine the First Amendment.

  • David Medaris profiles David Douglas, WISC-TV's wunderkind news reporter.

  • Jay Rath has the lowdown on the Theater Bus, the program that transports seniors to cultural events in the region.

  • Jessica Steinhoff talks to Madison electro rockers Ridley about their new album, and the snow they shoveled to record it.

  • Rich Albertoni talks to Cody Canada, formerly of Cross Canadian Ragweed, about his new group.

  • Dean Robbins says the stars don't align in David E. Kelley's new series Harry's Law.

  • Kenneth Burns is moved by Rabbit Hole, starring Nicole Kidman as a grieving mother, and Marc Savlov says there's more going on in Ron Howard's comedy-melodrama The Dilemma than you might guess from the ads.

  • David Medaris talks to UW student and professional snowboarder Colin Tucker.

  • Kyle Nabilcy takes a trip to Sun Prairie's new barbecue joint, Porktropolis.

  • Marcelle Richards offers an easy variation on hummus featuring red lentils...and more.

  • Tell All comments on a New Year turned deadly.

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