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[Features]

Seth Gitell tells us that the Democrats got some old-time religion at their state issues convention. But will their prayers for the governorís office be answered?

Nina Willdorf tours East Boston;

Loren King says that in Nickel and Dimed, Barbara Ehrenreich reveals what the working poor have long known: that you can, indeed, keep a good woman down;

Dorie Clark notices that as the gay communityís political clout grows, even middle-of-the-road candidates are making nice each June;

Dan Kennedy digs into the American Prospect's relocation

In the Phoenix editorial, the FCC's ban of Eminem's hit.

In Talking Politics, Seth Gitell tells us that with Max Kennedy out of the race for the Ninth, socially liberal voters arenít sure where to turn

In Out There, Sam Walters is a caffeine junkie

In Urban Buy, Sarah Houghteling gets lacy and racy at Lady Grace

Plus, from our Pride supplement:

Loren King tells us to forget Will & Grace: The great same-sex-marriage debate underscores how much civil progress has lagged behind cultural acceptance; Robert David Sullivan conservative and liberal homophobes alike are applying the Cold War policy of containment to the next generation; Michael Bronski says that even for an old radical, thereís nothing really wrong with Pride as a party ó until AIDS takes the person who taught you to see it that way; David Valdes Greenwood suggests five easy makeover tips for bringing Pride back to life; and Dorie Clark previews a list of Pride events

Plus, this just in:

THE LAST BARK? Globe may fold Sunday bulldog edition
TRUE SURVIVORS : Writing a wrong
POSTCARD FROM KATMANDU: Royal pain
CITY HALL: Charles in charge
TELEVISION: Yorkie talkies
AGAINST THE ODDS: Kelly gets a rival
VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE: The Fenway debate goes online
MEDIA: AlterNet.org relaunches; Cullen returns; Malone Connolly departs

Letters to the editor

Moon Signs

Dr. Lovemonkey

Editors' Picks - Hot Tix - Future Events

[Music]

Michael Endelman walks on Air;
Jonathan Perry on Steve Wynn;
Josh Kun on Nichelle D. Trambleís The Dying Ground, a hip-hop novel;
Matt Ashare chats with Kay Hanley and Joey McIntyre
Douglas Wolk on The Holy Modal Rounders and Martin Carthy;
Damon Smith flies high with Ex, Hollandís avant-punk heroes;
Michael Freedberg dances with house diva Ultra Naté;
Hua Hsu wants indie rappers Rhyme Sayers and Atmosphere

Also, three perspectives on U2 at the Fleet Center:
Carly Carioli on night one,
Jeffrey Gantz bought a shirt on night two,
and Matt Ashare spent his Saturday night with Bono on night four.
And last but not least, Roadtripping.

Also, short reviews of:

Caetano Veloso : NOITES DO NORTE
Tony Malaby: SABINO
DJ Hi-Tek : HI-TEKNOLOGY
Cappadonna: THE YIN AND THE YANG
The Rapture: OUT OF THE RACES AND ONTO THE TRACKS
Pennywise : LAND OF THE FREE?
Electric Light Orchestra: ZOOM

[Movies]

Chris Fujiwara says The King Is Alive but not well,
Peter Keough worships Monty Python and the Holy Grail: Director's Cut,
and talks with Terry Gilliam.
Plus, in Gerald Peary's Film Culture, Nagisa Oshima tackles a Taboo topic

Also, short reviews of:

ATLANTIS: THE LOST EMPIRE
EVOLUTION
THE MAN WHO CRIED
THE EYE ABOVE THE WELL


[Theater]

Carolyn Clay on Molly Sweeney;
Iris Fanger says the Last Train to Nibroc sputters;
Carolyn Clay listens to a little Saturday Night music from Sondheim;
Chris Fujiwara says Wiseman and Samie pay merciless homage in The Last Letter;
Steve Vineberg reports on Boston Theatre Works taking on Meshugah;

[Dance]

Marcia B. Siegel measures Danny McCuskerís Wide

[Art]

Randi Hopkins on Mondrian and Geometric Abstraction at Harvard.

[Books]

Richard C. Walls dissects Philip Rothís aging Kepesh

[TV]

Hot Dots -- The 'GBH/'GBX programming staff probably aren't very adept at jigsaw puzzles, and we bet even we could beat them at chess.

[Food]


Dining Out: Clerys on Columbus
On the Cheap: Spice
Noshing & Sipping: Artibelís fig molasses .

[Specials]

Best Music Poll 2001

Spring 2001 Band Guide

The 3rd annual Best issue

[Listings]

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