Kristen Lombardi talks to sex-abuse victims of former priest John Geoghan who charge that Cardinal Bernard Law was told of Geoghanís criminal activity as early as 1984 but did nothing to stop it. Now they want to know why.
Jonathan Bloom checks out grease cars.
In Talking Politics, Seth Gitell examinesTom Birmingham's two choices on the Clean Elections Law.
In the Phoenix editorial, Brown's student editors did the right thing.
In Out There, Andrew Weiner looks at what's in a name.
In Urban Buy, Mike Miliard finds waking up is hard to do.
Plus, this just in:
Acting like a champ
EPA calls Grace site safe
Surprise! Rational talk about reparations.
Burlesque busts out
LET THE BUYER BEWARE:
Green Day to 'BCN
Moakley and Pacheco meet
Turning a blind eye to Textronís Turkey deal
Letters to the editor
Editors' Picks -
Hot Tix -
Brett Milano harks the return of Robyn Hitchcock and the Soft Boys;
Jonathan Perry bounces back with Spoon;
Jon Caramanica thinks about Aceyaloneís eclectic acceptance;
Lloyd Schwartz waxes classical about Mark Morrisís Four Saints, Frederica von Stade, and Gunther Schuller;
Michael Freedberg rediscovers Daft Punk;
and Ted Drozdowski asks are the Sheila Divine Bostonís next big rock stars?
Plus, Roadtripping and
live reviews of Dropkick Murphys,
Also, short reviews of:
Los Super Seven:
BS 2000 :
Thug Murder :
THE 13TH ROUND
John Gorka :
THE COMPANY YOU KEEP
The Sadies :
The Kings of Nuthiní :
GET BUSY LIVIN OR GET BUSY DYINí
Peter Keough's Oscar predictions,
Chris Fujiwara previews Béla Tarrís Werckmeister Harmonies,
Mike Miliard hypes the 26th Annual New England Film & Video Festival,
and Sarah P. Morris says Ümer Kavur makes time stand still.
And in Film Culture, Gerald Peary says Too Much Sleep is endless.
Also, short reviews of:
Say It Isn't So
The Taste of Others
Carolyn Clay watches myth battle farce in Amphitryon,
Iris Fanger says Over the River has a Simonized shine,
Robert David Sullivan aisle hops between Triptych and Figurations,
and Carolyn Clay praises the Vagina Monologues.
Marcia B. Siegel reviews Rinde Eckertís Ravenshead, Mark Morrisís Four Saints, and Aeros
Jeffrey Gantz asks Weil to ask God about Abraham, Isaac, the wood, and the ram.
Michael Freedberg reads two books for the money era
and Julia Hanna says she knows Joy Williams
Clif Garboden's Hot Dots
bottles for party time
On the Cheap:
Blue Plate Express.
Noshing & Sipping:
Best Music Poll 2000
Fall Band Guide
The 3rd annual Best issue