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[Features]

In Pounding the Pavement, the Phoenix's newest weekly Web column, we ask folks if there should be a fee to pee.

Dan Kennedy explains why Bush doesnít want to use federal funds for embryonic-stem-cell research ó and why he should;

In Talking Politics, Seth Gitell wonders who will win the 9th.

Andrew Weiner says that for high-school and college sports, competitive robotics may be the way of the future;

Nina Willdorf surveys Roslindale

In the Phoenix editorial, The Red Soxí Fenway plan is dead.

In Out There, Chauryn Pfeuffer on cheating

In Urban Buy, Nina Willdorf avoids harmful rays

Plus, this just in:

TALKING POLITICS : The name game
Q&A: Joy ride to climate hell
SPIRITUALITY : Close encounters
FREEDOM WATCH : The real Bob Mueller
IN MEMORIAM : Napster, 1999 Ė 2001
CITY HALL : No sweat
BATTLE SCARS : Soldiersí story

Letters to the editor

Moon Signs

Dr. Lovemonkey

Editors' Picks - Hot Tix - Future Events

[Music]

Michael Endelman goes electro at the Montreal Jazz Festival;
Carly Carioli weighs Iggy Popís new values;
Douglas Wolk's guide to (not) selling your cutting-room floor outtakes;
Jonathan Peryy celebrates Parasolís 10th anniversary;
Bill Kisliuk remembers the pleasures of Pickiní on . . .;
Josh Kun traces the imaginary lines of Lila Downs;
Banning Eyre rides with Maliís Super Rail Band;
and Michael Endelman spends ten minutes with Moby.
In Cellars by Starlight, Ted Drozdowski gets back to basics with Hillbilly Voodoo, Sugar Ray, and Tom Hambridge

Also, live reviews of The Continental Drifters, The Gossip, and Backstreet Boys and Shaggy

And last but not least, Roadtripping.

Also, short reviews of:

Rx Bandits : PROGRESS
Scapegoat Wax: OKEEBLOW
Sigur Růs : AGAETIS BYRJUN
Widespread Panic : DONíT TELL THE BAND
Pernice Brothers : THE WORLD WONíT END
Eugene McDaniels HEADLESS HEROES OF THE APOCALYPSE
Artis Quartett Wien: ANTON WEBERN: COMPLETE WORKS FOR STRING QUARTET AND STRING TRIO

[Movies]

Steve Vineberg reviews Design for Living;
Jeffrey Gantz on a Room With A View.

Plus, in Film Culture, Gerald Peary writes about fare from the Maddin crowd

Also, short reviews of:

EVERYBODYíS FAMOUS
FAAT KINE
FINAL FANTASY: THE SPIRITS WITHIN
HOWARD FINSTER: MAN OF VISIONS
LEGALLY BLONDE
BIG EDEN


[Theater]

Anne Marie Donahue says that Graham Greene shines at the ASF;
Carolyn Clay watches summer and winter tales in the Berkshires
and then notices that Neena Beber makes her point in Dew Point.

[Art]

Christopher Millis sees that summer is suddenly in season on Newbury

[Books]

Julia Hannah reflects on Barry Hannahís bizarre beauty
and Carolyn Clay flies with community theater in The Stuff of Dreams.

[TV]

Clea Simon checks out The Mists of Avalon

Hot Dots -- Spy TV: more interesting are the unexplained clips interspersed throughout the show, presumably culled from sister programs produced in countries without civil courts and/or much regard for human life.

[Food]


Dining Out: Big Fish Seafood.
On the Cheap: Blue Shirt Café.
Noshing & Sipping: Mi-Del Cookies.

[Specials]

Summer preview

Best Music Poll 2001

Spring 2001 Band Guide

The 3rd annual Best issue

[Listings]

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