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Bobbie Kelsey, Madison Prep, book fest, Union South in the October 14 issue of Isthmus

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

  • Vic Feuerherd sits down with new UW women's basketball coach Bobbie Kelsey.

  • Judith Davidoff reports on the city's efforts to keep the lines moving on Election Day.

  • Nathan Comp finds the debate over Madison Prep has gotten ugly.

  • Ruth Conniff says Scott Walker is now trying to control the recall elections.

  • Rosemary Zurlo-Cuva tells us what we mustn't miss at the Wisconsin Book Festival.

  • Jay Rath talks with Stew, the Tony-winning singer/songwriter/playwright who's currently in residence at the UW.

  • Rich Albertoni interviews Josh Caterer of the Smoking Popes, the Chicago pop-punkers.

  • Jessica Steinhoff checks in with Panic! at the Disco, the alt-rock hit makers performing at the Alliant Energy Center on October 15.

  • Dean Robbins says ABC's sitcom Man Up is a brilliant satire of male pretension.

  • Kenneth Burns is moved by Life, Above All, a wrenching melodrama about the toll of AIDS in a South African town, and Scott Renshaw says the Footloose remake is an appealing, energetic musical drama.

  • Ruth Young navigates six food spots at Union South.

  • Robin Shepard reports on the first beers release by the House of Brews, and its progress toward CSA-style shares.

  • Marcelle Richards whips up apple dumplings fit for a Cheesehead.

  • Tell All: It's the east-siders' turn to weigh in on political correctness.

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