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My Madison Pet, 350 Madison, fall menus in the November 23 issue of Isthmus


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

  • Meet the furry winners of the My Madison Pet photo contest.

  • Judith Davidoff reports on the belated public outcry over a new state law that opens state parks to trapping and hunting.

  • Judith Davidoff recounts how Freedom From Religion Foundation gained new members after filing suit against the IRS.

  • Joe Tarr reports on the strategy by 350 Madison to address global warming: a divestment campaign at the UW.

  • Dave Cieslewicz praises the Madison Common Council for an unprecedented display of power.

  • Katie Reiser reviews the UW Dance Department's multidisciplinary Facets.

  • Jennifer A. Smith praises University Theatre's production of the 1937 musical The Cradle Will Rock.

  • Scott Gordon argues that the citywide Make Music Madison festival could put local music in a refreshing new context.

  • Ben Munson checks in with Americana band Scott Lucas & the Married Men before their show at the Frequency.

  • Wayne Corey explains how the jazz musicians in Ninety Miles Project are helping to improve the relationship between the U.S. and Cuba.

  • Dean Robbins reviews HBO's Witness, which chronicles a war between government and gangs in the Rio slums.

  • Scott Renshaw says Life of Pi is frustrating to ponder but exhilarating to look at, and Kimberley Jones wonders if a bunch of sighing fangirls filmed the final chapter of the Twilight series.

  • André Darlington surveys the highlights of Madison's fall menus.

  • Marcelle Richards cooks Brussels sprouts the non-stinky way.

  • Close to Home: Andy Moore helps celebrate Jim Schwall's 70th birthday.

  • Tell All offers tips for post-election healing.

  • Jason Joyce discovers that squash is not just for preppies any more.

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