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#LoveWinsWI, PHOX, zero waste, Trixie's in the June 13 issue of Isthmus
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What can you find in this week's Isthmus? Highlights from the latest issue follow:

  • Judith Davidoff, Joe Tarr, Cheyenne Langkamp and Dave Cieslewicz offer a special report and commentary on the historic ruling overturning Wisconsin's same-sex marriage ban.

  • Nathan Comp reports on new efforts by Dane County to clean area lakes.

  • Nathan Comp reports on opposition to proposed mining regulations for Dane County.

  • Bruce Murphy digs into the mystery of Eric O'Keefe, the political activist who could single-handedly kill the John Doe probe.

  • Brent Stewart catches up with PHOX, six Shorewood Hills residents who are also Wisconsin's next breakout band.

  • Julia Burke previews the 2014 Madison Area Music Awards.

  • Julia Burke reports on the Frequency's decision to hire a local hip-hop promoter.

  • Joe Engle discusses Diarrhea Planet's fun, filthy take on power-pop and retro-style metal in advance of the band's High Noon show.

  • Jessica Steinhoff shares details about MadCity Bazaar, a pop-up flea market helmed by Absolutely Art's Meghan Blake-Horst.

  • Laura Jones reports on the arrival of Fat City Emporium, a new art gallery and retail shop on Atwood Avenue.

  • Dean Robbins likes the pregnancy plot point in TNT's detective series Rizzoli & Isles.

  • Linda Falkenstein says Citizen Koch succeeds at showing how money can be used as a political weapon.

  • Marjorie Baumgarten enjoys the chemistry between Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche in Words and Pictures.

  • Linda Falkenstein reports on a new sandwich and tater tot food cart, gluten-free meal delivery, and Just Coffee's pro-LGBTI Ugandan coffee.

  • Jay Rath talks with Paul Abramson about the goal of zero waste.

  • Julia Burke commemorates the third anniversary of Trixie's Liquor.

  • Tell All advises a love-struck man who got bad advice from a female friend.

  • Dan Seiter ponders the future of golf as the U.S. Open commences.

  • Voting opens for the 2014 edition of our Madison's Favorites poll. Check out the ballot in print and vote online!

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