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Gangs, DADT, gardening, nightlife venues and eats in the September 16 issue of Isthmus
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What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:

  • Joe Tarr investigates Madison's gangs and speaks with former members who escaped them.

  • Judith Davidoff reports on the end of "Don't ask, don't tell" by Wisconsin soldiers.

  • Denise Thornton reports on how the first-ever study on Madison's gardening scene netted surprising findings.

  • Jack Craver argues that politics and prison don't mix.

  • Laurie Stark runs down her favorite options in Madison nightlife.

  • Sandy Rucker has the lowdown on the Madison Symphony Orchestra's season debut, which features Andre Watts playing Grieg's Piano Concerto in A Minor.

  • Rich Albertoni checks in with Tthe Grasshoppers, a Madison band that plays reggae- and blues-inflected rock.

  • Jessica Steinhoff previews a performance by legendary Americana artist John Hiatt.

  • Dean Robbins says NBC's Up All Night brings a fresh feel to an age-old sitcom premise.

  • Kenneth Burns says the 10-hour Holocaust documentary Shoah provokes strange reactions, while Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest is an entertaining look at the 1990s hip-hop group.

  • Andre Darlington finds plenty to feed on State Street after midnight.

  • Close to Home: Andy Moore remembers a houseful of college roommates.

  • Tell All: Porn's not so bad, according to readers.

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