Table of contents for week of August 15, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Dan Kennedy says Tom Finneran's got staying power.
Kristen Lombardi examines the law and the pedophile-priest cover-up.
Chris Wright checks out the "drop outs" of Sky Dive New England.
Michael Bronski hears funny girls talking dirty.
In the Phoenix editorial we look back on William Bulger's UMass legacy, a record of achievement clouded by a fog of political innuendo.
In "Out There," Chris Wright is a museum of keepsake trash.
Genevieve Rajewski on drink decor in "Urban Buy."
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
WILD KINGDOM : Letting live
DIAL TONES : No news is bad news
HOMEGROWN AUTEURS : Everybody's a star
MEDIA : A two-week hole in the Ozone layer
In State of the Art Calvin Johnson takes over the wheels of steel with Dub Narcotic Sound System
Art explodes in 8 Days a Week.
In Arts News, Focus on the Individual: A travelling art exhibition, changes at Boston Ballet, Regattabar rescheduling, plus more.
In Museums & Galleries, (Way) out of Asia: Jades and movies at the MFA; kung fu and more @ Green Street.
In Performance, Jarboe laughs: The humorous side of the Swans siren.
Plan your week:
State of the art
Carly Carioli enters the Theater of the Adored at the Justin and Christina variety show.
In Cellars by starlight,
Jonathan Perry traces the Damnbuilders' rise and splinter.
Franklin Bruno meets beauty and the beast with Jane Birkinís Arabesque and Mark Eitzelís The Ugly American.
Banning Eyre gets a lesson in pop history with Time Life Music's The Folk Years .
Carly Carioli experiences the side effects of Dub Narcotics.
Franklin Soults tangos to the Gotan Project's Revancha del Tango.
Live reviews of: Otis Taylor and Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard.
Also, short reviews of:
Terence Blanchard : BOUNCE
Stacie Orrico : STACIE ORRICO
Reggie and the Full Effect : UNDER THE TRAY
Tindersticks : WAITING FOR THE MOON
Henry Kaiser and Glenn Phillips : GUITAR PART
Leona Naess : LEONA NAESS
Wumpscutt : PREFERENTIAL LEGACY
...and Roadtripping : Carly Carioli gets festive at local music events.
Peter Keough on Aki Kaurismški's The Match Factory Girl.
Chris Fujiwara on the ambivalent pleasures of The Magdalene Sisters.
In Filmculture, Gerald Peary welcomes Gordon Willis to the neighborhood; sees through Tattoo.
Also, short reviews of:
KIL”METRO CERO/KM. 0
FREDDY VS. JASON
Carolyn Clay on Circles of Time.
Jeffrey Gantz on an operatic South Pacific.
Christopher Millis on cemetery art at Forest Hills, and unseen faces at Harvard - The 4 Elements and Harvard Works Because We Do.
Jumana Farouky finds common ground in the stories of three Iranian women.
Hotdots : MONDAY: 7:00 (2) And Thou Shalt Honor. Joe Mantegna hosts a look at the state of long-term caregiving in the US. A new Bush policy, by the way, involves marooning our aging parents on the icebergs that float south thanks to global warming.
Dining Out : Arbor
On the Cheap : Trattoria Ottimo
Noshing & Sipping : Island Way Sorbet
Guide to Summer 2003
The 6th annual Best issue