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Wetlands, public health nurses, Wisco books, 43 North in the December 16 issue of Isthmus

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

  • Bill Lueders reports on GOP efforts to weaken wetlands regulations in the name of job creation.

  • Joe Tarr explores the private plaza Jerry Frautschi and Pleasant Rowland want on the 100 block of State Street.

  • Denise Thornton reports on how public health nurses are helping turn neighborhoods around.

  • Larry Kaufmann questions Occupy Madison's ideals.

  • Linda Falkenstein has her picks for Wisconsin-related 2011 books.

  • Jay Rath reports that after renovations, the focus at the Orpheum Theatre is live events.

  • Andy Moore lists his favorite Christmas music, from Los Straitjackets to Don Ho.

  • Bob Koch checks in with Rev. James Leg, the Black Diamond Heavies singer/keyboardist who's touring as a solo act.

  • Dean Robbins grooves to the graphic stupidity of truTV's Impractical Jokers.

  • Scott Renshaw says Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows improves on the franchise's first outing, and Charlize Theron is brilliantly prickly in Young Adult.

  • Raphael Kadushin revisits 43 North.

  • Marcelle Richards reveals the recipe behind her potato soup featured at the recent Soup & Bread benefit.

  • Emily Mills previews the upcoming Cyclo-cross National Championships at Badger Prairie Park.

  • Jason Joyce visits the reigning football dynasty of UW-Whitewater.

  • Tell All calls for an end to bumper-sticker boasting.

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