Table of contents for the week of July 3, 2002
It's time for the fifth annual Muzzle Awards. Dan Kennedy lists ten who undermined freedom of speech and personal liberties.
Big Brother may not be able to stop citizens from speaking, says Harvey Silvergate, but heíll be listening to us, watching us, and searching us.
Brooklineís Washington Square has long been a cultural and actual crossroads; now, according to Ruth Tobias, itís become a destination.
In our weekly Q&A, Tamara Wieder gets serious with Denis Leary.
In the Phoenix editorial, patriotic pride has long been the province of conservatives. It shouldnít be.
In Talking Politics, Seth Gitell prepares us for Bush III: Mitt Romney has more in common with the current occupant of the White House than most Bay Staters acknowledge.
In Out There, Kris Frieswick finds that the battle of the sexes stops just shy of the tissue box.
Nina Willdorf hails the coming of Kiehl's in Hip Check.
Plus, this just in:
Q&A: Seeds of conflict
READ ALL ABOUT IT: Stating the obvious after the fact
TELEVISION: Little Bo peep
MEDIA: Itís alive
RANT: Turn the phone off
LETTER: Explaining myself to the FBI
OUT ON THE STREET: House call
Letters to the editor
Sean Richardson says when it comes to the Osbournes, father knows best, but momís behind the new Ozzy renaissance;
Matt Ashare talks to Bosstones' frontman Dicky Barrett and finds that against all odds, Bostonís best pull off another winner ;
Brett Milano remembers John Entwistle;
Jeffrey Gantz thinks Claudio Abbadoís live Berlin Philharmonic recordings would make a fine birthday present for Gustav Mahler;
In Frequencies, Josh Kun says the ALMA Awards keep tongues tied;
In Cellars by Starlight, Carly Carioli discovers new beginnings with Chris Brokawís Red Cities and Rick Bartonís An American Rock Song.
Also, live reviews of the The Wynton Marsalis Septet at Scullers and Fully Celebrated Orchestra at the Regattabar;
And last but not least, Roadtripping.
Also, short reviews of:
Soulfly : 3
Twenty Miles : KEEP IT COMING . . .
Recloose : CARDIOLOGY
PRO.FILE 2: FRANKIE BONES TURNTABLE SPECIALIST
Wolfgang Sawallisch/Dresden Staatskapelle : SCHUMANN: SYMPHONIES NOS. 1-4
Coco Montoya : CANíT LOOK BACK
Van Morrison : DOWN THE ROAD
Peter Keough previews the MFA's French Film Festival;
In Film Culture, Gerald Peary rubs elbows with Francis Ford Coppola at the Midnight Sun Film Festival.
Also, short reviews of:
MEN IN BLACK II
THE POWERPUFF GIRLS MOVIE
Sally Cragin says the Gloucester Stage Company's Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill: A Musical Voyage is game but flawed;
Tom Isler takes in the Experimental Theater's Amadeus.
Clif Garboden on Louis Faurer and the art of looking for more.
According to Max Winter, Mark Costello's Big If ends with a bit of a whimper, but it runs for a good while;
Hot Dots -- Friday, Noon (7) Tennis. The gentlemen's semifinals from Wimbledon. Or did they stop being gentlemen when they became professionals?
Dining Out : Argana
Uncorked : Organic panic?
On the Cheap : Saigon Noodle.
Noshing & Sipping : Dip alternatives
Summer Preview 2002
Best Music Poll 2002
Spring 2002 Band Guide
The 4th annual Best issue