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[Features]

In the fourth annual Muzzle Awards, Dan Kennedy features ten who undermined freedom of speech and personal liberties ;

Dorie Clark says that the interesting city council races may be the ones fought by three relative newcomers;

Chris Wright says that Irvine Welsh's new novel, Glue, demonstrates that he still has plenty to say about his native Edinburgh even if we're not always sure what it is hes saying

David Valdes Greenwood gives us ten things to do on Independence Day when you dont feel red, white, and blue

In the Phoenix editorial, a progressive agenda for Ninth Congressional District candidates.

In Out There, Kris Frieswick cleans out the closet

In Urban Buy, Nina Willdorf examines graffiti chic

Plus, this just in:

CAMBRIDGE : Bye bye, Braude
AS THE GLOBE TURNS : Few big names take buyout
FOLLOW-UP : Whos on board?
LIBATIONS: Red, white, and brew
TALKING POLITICS : Debating the Ninth
SLIPPERY SEDUCTION : Oiled up
TALKING POLITICS : From left to right

Letters to the editor

Moon Signs

Dr. Lovemonkey

Editors' Picks - Hot Tix - Future Events

[Music]

Carly Carioli reads the life and times of Mtley Cre so far;
Matt Ashare sums up the drug legacies of Dave Navarro, Stone Temple Pilots, and Perry Farrell;
Douglas Wolk peeks into the secret sides of the Chills
Josh Kun tastes Lydia Mendozas recipe for rebellion;
Carly Carioli chats with Andrew Bird of the Squirrel Nut Zippers;
In Cellars by Starlight, Jon Garelick writes home about Fenton Hollanders direct-mail jazz and the Globe Jazz & Blues Festival

Also, live reviews of Def Jux, Pantera and Slayer, and CeDell Davis;

And last but not least, Roadtripping.

Also, short reviews of:

Toyboat: PROBLEM
Mouse on Mars : IDIOLOGY
PROFESSIONAL MURDER MUSIC
Roomful of Blues: WATCH YOU WHEN YOU GO
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan : THE FINAL RECORDINGS
Shea Seger : THE MAY STREET PROJECT
Ocean Colour Scene: MECHANICAL WONDER

[Movies]

Peter Keough wonders if it's curtains for the movie theaters of Boston
and says that Steven Spielberg aspires to intelligence in A.I. Artificial Intelligence.

Plus, in Film Culture, Gerald Peary talks to John Waters at the Third Provincetown International Film Festival

Also, short reviews of:

BABY BOY
OUR SONG
LAKEBOAT
CRAZY/BEAUTIFUL
FAST FOOD, FAST WOMEN


[Theater]

Carolyn Clay says that A Thousand Clowns is a revival strictly for Tom Selleck fans and then goes from Brecht to Broadway with Kurt Weill;
Steve Vineberg checks out One Mo Time and On the Twentieth Century

[Books]

John Freeman reviews Denis Johnsons nonfiction dispatches

[TV]

Hot Dots -- Edinburgh's Royal Mile with Emmylou Harris. You think the Scottish capital, you naturally think about Emmylou. Don't you?

[Food]


Dining Out: The Martin House
On the Cheap: Truly Jorgs Bakery
Noshing & Sipping: Asian sodas .

[Specials]

Summer preview

Best Music Poll 2001

Spring 2001 Band Guide

The 3rd annual Best issue

[Listings]

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