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[Features]

Kristen Lombardi says that as US companies save millions by moving manufacturing jobs to developing countries, itís Americaís unskilled workers who pay the price. The latest victims: immigrant electronics workers in Allston;

In Dan Kennedy's Don't Quote Me, Gilderís Spectator trades nutty right-wing scandal-mongering for nutty right-wing economics. Plus, women in radio, and freelance blues. Naomi R. Kooker has two foodies collaborate to show that when everything comes together, Italian-American cooking is fine cuisine;

Andrew Weiner interviews the sole employee of the International Memory Training Institute, self-taught expert William Hersey;

In the Phoenix editorial, Fidelity's blood money.

In Out There, Ron Fletcher revisits youth as captured on cassette

In Urban Buy, Amy Sullivan has wet ways to stay cool;

Plus, this just in:

CITY HALL : Paper trail
ACTIVISM: Seeking amnesty
BAD ART : A verse-case scenario
PROTEST : Tax-rebate tantrum
SHARE ALIKE : A civil union
IN MEMORIAM : Chet Atkins, 1924 - 2001
COMMUNITY BONDING : Bridging the gaps
AS THE GLOBE TURNS : A new era begins at 135 Morrissey Boulevard

Letters to the editor

Moon Signs

Dr. Lovemonkey

Editors' Picks - Hot Tix - Future Events

[Music]

Jon Caramanica on Alicia Keys;
Ed Hazell notices Roy Campbellís free spirit;
Jeffrey Gantz on Benjamin Zander and Rudolf Barshai;
Brett Milano ages with The Continental Drifters;
Ted Drozdowkski remembers John Lee Hooker;
Richard C. Walls reconsiders Brubeck;
Mikael Wood listens to David Garzaís homemade songs;
Carly Carioli chats with Poison's C.C. DeVille;
In Cellars by Starlight, Matt Ashare visits with Underground Production and LFO

Also, live reviews of "Royally Fucked" and Aerosmith

And last but not least, Roadtripping.

Also, short reviews of:

Mem Shannon: MEMPHIS IN THE MORNING
Debbie Davies : LOVE THE GAME
Cesaria …vora S√O VICENTE
Eyesinweasel: LIVE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
XTC : HOMESPUN: THE WASP STAR DEMOS
V/A : GORILLAZ
Chris Whitley : ROCKET HOUSE

[Movies]

Peter Keough writes about Francis Veber's condom conversion
and the Boston French Film Festival expanding at the MFA.

Plus, in Film Culture, Gerald Peary on HFA Classics Capra, Huston, and Hawks

Also, short reviews of:

CATS & DOGS
KISS OF THE DRAGON
POOTIE TANG
THE PRINCESS AND THE WARRIOR
SCARY MOVIE 2
SIMON MAGUS
SONGCATCHER


[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 Moí Time and On the Twentieth Century

[Dance]

Marcia B. Siegel reviews Twyla Tharp at Jacobís Pillow

[Books]

Clea Simon listens to Nick Hornbyís B-side

[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 Newtonville Times
Uncorked: Santa Cruz wines come around again
On the Cheap: Cornwall's
Noshing & Sipping: Flax & Soy Granola .

[Specials]

Summer preview

Best Music Poll 2001

Spring 2001 Band Guide

The 3rd annual Best issue

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