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Walker 45, 2013-14 classical music, TL;DR, fish tacos in the July 12 issue of Isthmus

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

  • Cartoonists Jon Lyons and Alan Talaga go behind the scenes of Gov. Scott Walker's presidential campaign.

  • Judith Davidoff reports on the new targets of anti-abortion activists.

  • Judith Davidoff reports on new scrutiny for the University of Wisconsin's collaborations with outside organizations.

  • Bennet Goldstein reports on draft rules that could mean the end to new bars and taverns for downtown Madison.

  • Larry Kaufmann argues that Wisconsin's business climate is improving.

  • Sandy Tabachnick previews the 2013-14 classical season, which focuses on American themes and composers.

  • Marie Loeffler reviews the Madison Early Music Festival's inaugural Handel Aria Competition.

  • Barbara Lam assesses American Players Theatre's production of W. Somerset Maugham's Too Many Husbands.

  • Jessica Steinhoff discusses four dance events for experts and novices alike.

  • Jessica Steinhoff chats with brainy local rock band TL;DR, who've just released their first album.

  • Joshua M. Miller dissects four of Dawes' travel-themed tracks before their show at the Barrymore.

  • Dean Robbins like the second season of Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom better than the first.

  • Kimberley Jones says 20 Feet From Stardom is a feel-good homage to backup singers, and Scott Renshaw likes Pacific Rim's monsters better than its humans.

  • Kyle Nabilcy is head over heels about a certain fish taco.

  • Linda Falkenstein talks to Tenaya Darlington about her sumptuous new guide to really good cheese.

  • Robin Shepard spends the night in the hotel in the restored Pabst brewery and geeks out on beer tourism.

  • Tell All hears from a cross-dressing fan and a cross-dressing skeptic.

  • Jason Joyce introduces us to new Mallards manager Donnie Scott.

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