Connect with Isthmus:         Newsletters 

Sunday, December 28, 2014 |  Madison, WI: 24.0° F  A Few Clouds
The Daily
Share on Google+
Good jobs, stormwater, the new Chazen, suburban pizza in the October 20 issue of Isthmus

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

  • Mary Ellen Bell reports on some rare folks who bucked hard times and landed good jobs.

  • Joe Tarr reports on the bees and the buzz in city hall.

  • Mary Ellen Gabriel writes about a stormwater retention project that could be a model for the city.

  • Christian Schneider explains how the near east side controls Wisconsin politics.

  • Jennifer A. Smith turns a critic's eye on the new building at the Chazen Museum of Art.

  • David Medaris chats with journalist and author Sonia Nazario about her book Enrique's Journey, this year's Go Big Read selection at UW-Madison.

  • Andy Moore previews the Isthmus Jazz Series performance by Terence Blanchard.

  • Rich Albertoni checks in with Straight No Chaser, the a cappella group that has a performance coming up at Overture Center.

  • Dean Robbins says Pearl Jam Twenty, PBS' American Masters documentary, does justice to 1990s grunge with ferocity and wit.

  • Kenneth Burns deems superb the Wall Street drama Margin Call.

  • Kyle Nabilcy goes beyond the usual suspects to find new pizza places outside Madison.

  • Linda Falkenstein goes whole hog previewing the upcoming Slow Pig celebration.

  • Close to Home: In which Andy and Peggy bribe a Minocqua police officer.

  • Tell All readers make the case against porn.

Share on Google+

Log in or register to comment

Select a Movie
Select a Theater

Promotions Contact us Privacy Policy Jobs Newsletters RSS
Collapse Photo Bar