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Cieslewicz vs. Soglin, WFF11, cocktails, Dining, LWV guide in the March 25 issue of Isthmus

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

  • Dining: A guide to restaurants in the Madison area, wherein you'll find mouth-watering articles on signature dishes, places to dine with friends, best veggie options, chef bios and more.

  • The League of Women Voters of Dane County releases its Candidates' Answers voter guide for the spring general election on April 5.

  • Cieslewicz or Soglin? Marc Eisen handicaps the race for Madison mayor.

  • Joe Tarr investigates the numbers game behind the wildly different crowd estimates at the downtown protests, and explains the Citizens United referendum.

  • Bill Lueders reports on the city's unconstitutional infringement on free speech.

  • Christian Schneiders asks, How do you hate me? Let me count the ways (in 140 characters or less).

  • Not sure what to watch at the Wisconsin Film Festival? Isthmus critics have some picks for you.

  • David Medaris previews Sunlight Project & Symposium, the series of UW events that examine David Maraniss' They Marched Into Sunlight, including a dance concert inspired by the book.

  • Jessica Steinhoff checks in with Count This Penny, the Madison-based, Tennessee-bred husband-and-wife duo that plays Appalachia-inflected music.

  • Rich Albertoni says that when Jeff Tweedy talks at his solo acoustic concerts, people listen.

  • Dean Robbins reports that the tameness of HBO's Mildred Pierce doesn't serve its source material.

  • Kenneth Burns says the micro-budget indie comedy Tiny Furniture is perceptive and funny, and may even sum up a generation's anxieties.

  • Andre Darlington delves into the bar menus at Merchant and Nostrano.

  • Linda Falkenstein finds there's a lot of sausage being made locally, if you happen to be boycotting a certain brand... just sayin'.

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