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In Case You Missed It: Scott Walker says he’s not running for president, really

Quote of the Day: "Maybe the sources are talking to each other. I don't know."

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, dismissing a story that he could be a late “white knight” challenger to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at the party’s convention in July

Speaking at an event to celebrate a new Johnsonville Sausage plant in Watertown, the governor denied media speculation that he would be interested in being an 11th hour challenger to Trump at the convention, but he did say that Republican delegates should be able to vote their conscience, echoing a similar sentiment from Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.

Back in Madison, there is even more uncertainty about which movie Cap Times film critic Rob Thomas will next lead a discussion about at Sundance Cinemas, but we do know the date — Tuesday, July 5 — and the time will be about 7 p.m. If you’d like to win a pair of free tickets to see the film and hear the chat, follow this link.

But there is no uncertainty whatsoever about the lineup for Live on King Street. Erik Lorenzsonn reports that Dark Star Orchestra, a Grateful Dead tribute band, will headline the first of six free downtown concerts this summer on Friday.

And Lindsay Christians writes Tuesday that the sandwiches are fantastic at Off Broadway Drafthouse in the Waunona neighborhood, and that the tap list is both long and ambitious.