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Wednesday, April 23, 2014 |  Madison, WI: 46.0° F  Mostly Cloudy
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The Frautschis, the Majestic, Ale Asylum, Vine in the August 8 issue of Isthmus


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

  • Stu Levitan tells the story of Madison's most influential family: the Frautschis

  • Judith Davidoff reports that Rep. Sondy Pope and others have been threatened with arrest for simply watching the Solidarity Sing Along.

  • Judith Davidoff provides an update on Alexander Timofeev, the Madison dad facing deportation for pot possession convictions dating to the 1990s.

  • Marc Eisen reports on former Rep. Kelda Helen Roys' new web startup and veteran entrepreneur Toni Sikes' latest venture.

  • Bruce Murphy argues that support for concealed carry laws will decrease.

  • Julia Burke discusses the growth of the Majestic Theatre's booking and promotion venture, Majestic Live.

  • Mike Noto previews the second annual Lost City Music Festival.

  • Scott Morrow catches up with the Appleseed Cast.

  • Brent Stewart reports on the Common Council's approval of the Madison Cultural Plan.

  • Jessica Steinhoff reviews the James Watrous Gallery's Systems for Abstraction exhibition.

  • Laura Jones assesses The Merchant of Venice, the inaugural production by Fermat's Last Theater Company.

  • Dean Robbins praises HBO's Clear History as the ultimate masochistic production from Larry David.

  • Molly Stentz interviews Jeremy Scahill, the Wisconsin-raised reporter who's the subject of Dirty Wars.

  • Scott Renshaw says Elysium is nice to look at but a bore to think about.

  • Robin Shepard explores how Ale Asylum's experimental brews keep beer geeks happy.

  • Adam Powell canvasses the incipient stars of the city's Vine community.

  • Jay Rath catches up with Boomer icon Cowboy Eddie.

  • Tell All counsels a woman who's sexting with her boss.

  • Tamira Madsen looks at what the Brewers are offering fans in apology for Ryan Braun.

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