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[Features]

Al Giordano follows the Zapatistas on the road to Mexico City

Camille Dodero notices that more than ever, people are swallowing ephedrine, a legal, herb-derived stimulant, to help them stay awake, lose weight, or just plain party. Is it a harmless, "natural" high, or a dangerous drug that has somehow escaped wide government restrictions?

In City Hall, Dorie Clark looks at Charles Yancey's plan to increase minority representation on teh Boston City Council.

Seth Gitell writes about Secretary of State Bill Galvin's possible run for governor.

In Don't Quote Me, Dan Kennedy examines Christopher Hitchen's scathing potrayal of Henry Kissinger and what it all means.

In the Phoenix editorial, on drilling in the Artic.

In Out There, Chris Wright on embracing the moron within.

In Urban Buy, Joel Veak tells what you need to break into the sushi scene

Plus, this just in:

Brrr: Snow jobs
City Hall: Kellyís revenge
Wusses: The perfect storm
Talking Politics: Losing heart
Development: No headway on Fenway
Media: Jay Severin, Joan Vennochi ó and Eminem
Disconnection update: Itís over ó unless it isnít s

Letters to the editor

Moon Signs

Dr. Lovemonkey

Editors' Picks - Hot Tix - Future Events

[Music]

Steven Tyler of Aerosmith asks Matt Ashare to print the word "pee-ree-fucking-id"; Jon Caramanica uses Slanguistics to award Slack jobs; Michael Endelman hypes the return of Boston rapper Ed O.G.; Jon Garelick forsees Mat Maneriís violin visions; Ellen Pfeifer previews Van Cliburnís loud return; Amy Finch gives rockabilly top billings; Lloyd Schwartz says Lorraine Hunt Lieberson glows in Bach; Weezer plays during sweater weather; Godsmack and Jeff Tweedy and Old 97's; Matt Ashare opens the Rollins files. Plus, Sean Richardson goes Roadtripping.

Also, short reviews of:

Delerium : POEM
Lifehouse : NO NAME FACE
Grant Green : FIRST SESSION
Garageland: DO WHAT YOU WANT
Mellow: ANOTHER MELLOW SPRING
Split Lip Rayfield : NEVER MAKE IT HOME
Gidon Kremer and Kremerata Baltica: SILENCIO
Johnny Bond : COUNTRY AND WESTERN: STANDARD TRANSCRIPTIONS

[Movies]

Gerald Peary depicts the depiction of film critics in Film Culture.

Also, short reviews of:

Company Man
15 Minutes
The Mexican
12 Storeys
When Brendan Met Trudy
The Caveman's Valentine

[Theater]

Carolyn Clay checks out Merrimack's King of the Moon and then watches Darko Tresnjak wrestling with Amphitryon. Plus, Anne Marie Donahue watches sex and death converge in Oklahoma City and Ellen Pfeifer reviews The Little Foxes.

[Dance]

Boston Ballet looks for reasons to celebrate and Crash Arts' dream dances

[Books]

Elizabeth Manus reads Peter Hesslerís Chinese journal

[TV]

Clif Garboden's Hot Dots

[Food]

Dining Out: Oleana.
Uncorked: Argentine wines are the next big thing
On the Cheap: Koreana.
Noshing & Sipping: Dufour Classic Puff Pastry.

[Specials]

Ski Guide

Best Music Poll 2000

Fall Band Guide

The 3rd annual Best issue

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