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Tammy Baldwin, Hanna Roth, classical preview, Tipsy Cow in the July 22 issue of Isthmus

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

  • Tammy Baldwin, U.S. Senator? Jay Rath reports on how the Madison congresswoman may have the skill to win over voters statewide.

  • Nathan Comp reports on a building eyed for both demolition and landmark status, on how WMC is dissing the state's work ethic, and how Republicans could doom the state's clean energy businesses.

  • Jill Carlson interviews Hanna Roth of the Rainbird Foundation, which seeks to end child abuse.

  • Ruth Conniff hails the Center for Media and Democracy's exposé of ALEC's legislative takeover.

  • Sandy Tabachnick previews the upcoming seasons of Madison Opera, the Madison Symphony Orchestra and the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra.

  • Jay Rath checks in on the Bartell Theatre, which survived the recent Capitol Hill Apartments fire.

  • Rich Albertoni reviews four new releases from Madison bands.

  • Jessica Steinhoff interviews Marissa Nadler, whose melancholic music recalls Joanna Newsom by way of Leonard Cohen.

  • Dean praises Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO as a worthy heir to Larry David's masterpiece Seinfeld.

  • Kimberley Jones finds Friends With Benefits to be a raunchy take on romantic comedy, while Kenneth Burns says The First Grader is pretty look at, but its story of an illiterate Kenyan man lacks emotional depth.

  • Erin Hanusa predicts success for The Tipsy Cow.

  • Close to Home: Andy discovers tomatoes are more complicated than they may seem.

  • Tell All questions God's policy on lusting in your heart.

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