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This Is What 35 Looks Like! in the April 8 issue of Isthmus


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

  • 35 for 35: Key figures from the Isthmus era.

  • Off the Square celebrates Isthmus' 70th.

  • Madison.gov: Walker's stalling on phosphorus rule could cost industry big bucks.

  • Lynn Welch reports on how local school officials say Walker's budget will undermine the quality of education.

  • Bill Lueders apologizes to Judge Maryann Sumi on everyone's behalf.

  • Jessica Steinhoff profiles The Shtetlblasters, Madison's premiere purveyors of electro klezmer.

  • Rich Albertoni talks to folk-rocker Sharon Van Etten about her troubles and her music.

  • Dean Robbins says Fox's Breaking In, about a nerdy hacker, is a sitcom that works.

  • Kenneth Burns is puzzled and moved by the Thai film Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, and Scott Renshaw says the Arthur remake is funny but lacks balance.

  • Linda Falkenstein looks back at the Madison culinary scene in '76.

  • Close to Home: Andy Moore looks back on his wild and woolly start at Isthmus.

  • 35 years of Scenes photos.

  • Greatest hits from Isthmus personals.

  • P.S. Mueller's Isthmus True or False!

  • Tell All advises a protester fed up with his own side.

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