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Ghost hunters, Halloween nightlife, Next Door Brewing in the October 25 issue of Isthmus

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

  • Alan Talaga investigates Madison's ghost investigation community.

  • Joe Tarr reports on an effort to expand Madison's curbside composting program.

  • Joe Tarr reports on the end of First United Methodist Church's shower program for homeless.

  • Joe Tarr finds a bike parking shortage on campus and in the city.

  • Marc Eisen talks to some skeptics of the proposed StartingBlock tech incubator.

  • Ruth Conniff calls out the Scott Walker administration for ignoring the courts.

  • Joseph Engle, Lanni Solochek and Jessica Steinhoff reveal the best places for unleashing your inner party animal on Halloween.

  • Laura Jones says Strollers Theatre and OUT!Cast Theatre deliver scarily strong performances in The Woman in Black.

  • John W. Barker is impressed by pianist Philippe Bianconi's performance with the Madison Symphony Orchestra.

  • Joshua M. Miller chats with singer-songwriter Dietrich Gosser about his new album, Oh to Begin!

  • Scott Morrow discusses deathcore darlings Dying Fetus, who are playing a pre-Halloween show at the High Noon.

  • Dean Robbins praises PBS's new perspective on Orson Welles' War of the Worlds broadcast.

  • Marjorie Baumgarten is only moderately excited about Pedro Almodóvar's airplane-based comedy I'm So Excited, but enjoys several gags in the new Jackass movie, Bad Grandpa.

  • Kyle Nabilcy celebrates the unapologetic and hearty food at Next Door Brewing.

  • Linda Falkenstein updates the food cart scene with a report on Melted and a visit to Bulgogi Korean Tacos.
  • Linda Falkenstein reviews the greatest hits of the Northside Planning Council on its 20th anniversary.

  • Tell All confesses an interest in "touch therapy" at the Snuggle House.

  • Dan Seiter opines on a competitive World Series.

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