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[Features]

Seth Gitell discussess whether Joe Kennedy is ready to run for Governor.

Henry Santoro talks with bell hooks about love and her new book.

Nina Willdorf's painful exploration of Bikram yoga

In Don't Quote Me, Dan Kennedy ponders whether Jane Swift can recover her image.

In the Phoenix editorial, believe it or not, we want a stronger state GOP.

In Out There, mating rituals

No more spritzers -- it's time to drink wine like an adult.

Plus, this just in:

Balls: Merger most foul
Protest: People, get ready
Walk of Life: Going the distance
Media: NewYorker.com makes a low-key debut
Rant: Wonít the real issues please stand up?
Talking Politics: Coveting Southieís voters?
Good for us: Another win-win situation

Letters to the editor

Moon Signs

Dr. Lovemonkey

Editors' Picks - Hot Tix - Future Events

[Music]

Lois Maffeo gabs about The Gossip,
Josh Kun reveals Nortecís electro-Mexico,
Richard C. Walls on Stephen Malkmus's new solo album,
Gary Susman explains why Coldplay is England's best export,
Matt Ashare describes how Sean Slade and Paul Kolderie have almost seen it all, and Jon Caramanica celebrates Puffy projects, Jennifer Lopez and Dream.

Plus, Mike Miliard on Tom Verlaine at the MFA,
Brett Milano catches up with Orbit, and Roadtripping.

Also, short reviews of:

Lamont : POPULATION 3
Bob Nieske 3 : SIMPLICITY
Blind Faith : DELUXE EDITION
Labradford : FIXED::CONTEXT
Neil Hagerty: NEIL MICHAEL HAGERTY
Robert Scott: THE CREEPING UNKNOWN
Willard Grant Conspiracy : EVERYTHINGíS FINE
Irma Thomas : MY HEARTíS IN MEMPHIS: THE SONGS OF DAN PENN

[Movies]

Peter Keough previews the Chinese Film Retrospective at the Harvard Film Archive, and Gerald Peary goes Beyond Sundance in Film Culture.

Also, short reviews of:

Sweet November
Recess: School's Out

[Theater]

Matt Ashare takes a look at what Penn and Teller are up to for their 25th, Carolyn Clay discuses August Wilson'sThe Piano Lesson and Douglas J. Cohen's No Way to Treat a Lady, and
Nick A. Zaino III gets personal with Dame Edna.

[Books]

Douglas Wolk on the return of Love and Rockets
and Jon Garelick takes a look at Joe Sacco's comic war journalism.

[TV]

Hot Dots -- Lost City of the Pyramids. They're big, triangular, and spooky, and they're out in the middle of nowhere.

[Food]

Dining Out: Salamander.
Uncorked: A visit with wine guru Oz Clarke.
On the Cheap: Ameliaís Trattoria.
Noshing & Sipping: Clementines.

[Specials]

Ski Guide

Best Music Poll 2000

Fall Band Guide

The 3rd annual Best issue

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