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[Features]

Harvey Silverglate writes a memo to Robert Mueller: The FBI is supposed to protect our rights

Dan Kennedy informs us that one year after their gay ban was affirmed, the Boy Scouts are slowly shaking off their homophobic ways

Keri Fisher tastes honey with a handful of urban beekeepers

Dorie Clark on the changing demographics in Dorchester that've brought a slew of candidates to the city-council race

In Talking Politics, Seth Gitell delineates a race many Democrats donít want to think about, let alone talk about, because a contest between two incumbents for the proposed Sixth Congressional District would be a mess;

In the Phoenix editorial, we say that peace in the Middle East cannot occur until Arab dictatorships are abolished

In Out There, Kris Frieswick says when the phone doesnít ring, youíll know itís him

In Urban Buy, Chris Wright says the Museum of Useful Things reveals the beauty of function.

Plus, this just in:

HUMAN SERVICES : Labor pains
MUSIC : Newport Folk: Getting it live
THE HEAT : Oops
ANIMAL MAGNETISM : Relieving pet peeves
PSYCHIC HOTLINE 1 : Sweet spell of success
CAMPAIGN SNAPSHOT : Mickey Roache Looking for higher office
TALKING POLITICS : Alliance endorses Jacques
PSYCHIC HOTLINE 2 : Fortune telling

Letters to the editor

Moon Signs

Dr. Lovemonkey

Editors' Picks - Hot Tix - Future Events

[Music]

Michael Endelman listens to local noise from 7L & Esoteric, Virtuoso, Insight, and Mr. Lif;
Jeffrey Gantz chronicles brave Buckner;
Douglas Wolk dances to The Margo Guryan revival;
Grant Alden memorializes the Charley Pride legacy;
Banning Eyre listens to the Bhundu Boysí Shed Sessions;
In Cellars by Starlight, Brett Milano muses about Come's Thalia Zedek and Chris Brokaw, Todd Spahr and the Gravy

Also, a live review of Howard Tate and Louisiana Red at the House of Blues

And last but not least, Roadtripping.

Also, short reviews of:


The Beta Band : HOT SHOTS II
311: FROM CHAOS
Donna DeLory : BLISS
Fantomas: THE DIRECTORíS CUT
The Bicycle Thief : YOU COME AND GO LIKE A POP SONG
Matthew Herbert : LETíS ALL MAKE MISTAKES
Michelle Willson WAKE UP CALL
[Movies]

Peter Keough says that Apocalypse Now isnít getting better, just longer;
Chris Fujiwara realizes that at 100, Marlene Dietrich is still angelic;

Peter Keough talks with Brad Anderson, the director of Session 9 Plus, in Film Culture, Gerald Peary doesn't argue with Francis Ford-Coppola

Also, short reviews of:

THE VERTICAL RAY OF THE SUN
SESSION 9
THE OTHERS
OSMOSIS JONES
ORIGINAL SIN
LIFESTYLES OF THE POOR AND UNKNOWN
GREENFINGERS


[Theater]

Iris Fanger cooks with Elvis;
Jeffrey Gantz calls to bar this version of the Bard's Romeo and Juliet; Carolyn Clay reviews the Street Scene and The Smell of the Kill

[Art]

Clif Garboden gets lost in 'The Social Sceneí and revels in ĎNikki S. Leeí at the ICA

[Books]

Richard C. Walls digs Terry Southern

[TV]

Iris Fanger gets a TV taste of The Producers

Hot Dots -- Drum Corps International Competition 2001: Anyone who's ever step-kicked to a Hal Leonard arrangement at halftime can appreciate the effort if not the fine points of the performances

[Food]


Dining Out: Mantra.
On the Cheap: Neighborhood Restaurant and Bakery.
Noshing & Sipping: Clif Bar Ice Series.

[Specials]

Summer preview

Best Music Poll 2001

Spring 2001 Band Guide

The 3rd annual Best issue

[Listings]

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