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Rhythm & Booms, Union Corners, up-and-coming art, billiards in the June 28 issue of Isthmus
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What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:

  • Julia Cechvala explores the controversy around Rhythm & Booms and its future.

  • Joe Tarr reports on Mayor Soglin's response to Stephen Heimsness' hostile emails.

  • Joe Tarr talks to UW economics professor Andrew Reschovsky about Wisconsin's structural deficit.

  • Brendan McCarty looks at what's in the future for Union Corners.

  • Dave Cieslewicz laments Gov. Walker's rejection of high-speed rail, which would have started this month.

  • Laura Jones profiles three of the community's up-and-coming visual artists.

  • Jennifer A. Smith praises the delicate beauty of the Chazen Museum's Gifts of the Ebb Tide: The Sea in Japanese Prints.

  • Brent Stewart discusses Madison's new performing arts survey.

  • Jessica Steinhoff reports on leadership changes at Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra.

  • John W. Barker reviews Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society's Schumann-themed program.

  • Scott Gordon checks in with ranting troubadour Hamell on Trial before his show at the High Noon Saloon.

  • Joshua M. Miller asks Caveman about their sophomore album of indie rock.

  • Dean Robbins is won over by a sympathetic portrait of Anna Nicole Smith in Lifetime's Anna Nicole.

  • Kimberley Jones praises Melissa McCarthy's hilarity in The Heat, and Marjorie Baumgarten says Channing Tatum comes into his own as an action hero in White House Down.

  • Linda Falkenstein finds a Wisconsin-centric hot dog cart, and reports on other food cart changes around town.

  • Dave Cieslewicz talks to some Little Free Librarians, and moves books from one side of town to the other.

  • Adam Powell plays billiards in an undisclosed east-side location.

  • Tell All comforts a cross-dresser thrown out by his girlfriend.

  • Jason Joyce discusses finally not disliking LeBron James.

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