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Table of contents for week of August 1, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Kristen Lombardi tells why budget cuts may force the mentally ill back to a corner near you.
Jess Kilby reports on the long-range US space strategy and how it’s changing.
Michael Bronski reminds pro-marriage homosexuals of their roots in a quest for a more liberated world, one they shared with feminists who viewed marriage as hopelessly patriarchal.
In the Phoenix editorial we offer some advice for Archbishop O'Malley.
In "Out There", Rebecca Wieder says The Matrix isn't all that original. It imitates the world of infomercials.Genevieve Rajewski gets wet in Urban Buy
Plus, this just in:
STUFF : Walking a tightrope
In Arts news, Nutcracker tickets on sale, Independent Film Festival of Boston calls for 2004 entries, plus more
F-Minus: WAKE UP SCREAMING
Otis Taylor: TRUTH IS NOT FICTION
Kenna: NEW SACRED COW
Moneen: ARE WE REALLY HAPPY WITH WHO WE ARE RIGHT NOW?
Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets: WHICH WAY IS TEXAS?
De La Soul: TIMELESS: THE SINGLES COLLECTION
Exuberance: THE OTHER SHORE
And last but not least, Big names on the road in Roadtripping.
MORE ART THAN
Also, short reviews of:
Ellen Pfeifer says Hats Off! has performers, needs concept.
Steve Vineberg says Williamstown nails Under Milk Wood
Marcia B. Siegel watches David Parker & Bang conclude Concord Academy's: 'Summer Satges'.ART
Christopher Millis says Nielsen and Krakow deliver summer heat with Summer SurprisesBOOKS
David Kirby Minds the Gap on Tom Sleigh'sFar Side of the Earth .TELEVISION
Hotdots : SUNDAY 3: 7:00 (44) He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley. A recap of the King's love of gospel tunes through photos, footage, and off-stage performances. (Until 8:30 p.m.)
Guide to Summer 2003
Best Music Poll 2003
Spring 2003 Band Guide
The 6th annual Best issue