Table of contents for week of August 29, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Kristen Lombardi is outraged at the DOC's latest incident.
Many are finding it impossible to work because of the CORI act. Kristen Lombardi reports.
Ruth Tobias finds culinary genius in Brookline.
Talking Politics: David S. Bernstein tells why the next several weeks could be key for Howard Dean's campaign.
QA: Tamara Wieder goes light with Rhonda Kallman.
In the Phoenix editorial we call for reform in the Department of Correction and CORI.
In "Out There," Chris Wright wrestles with the art of dialogue.
Christine Junge says "Cheeeese!" for cheap in "Urban Buy."
Nina MacLaughlin scopes out up and coming neighborhoods in Boston.
Lisa Weisstuch says unpack and express yourself with new home furnishings.
Plus, this just in:
Poetry in motion
MIDDLE EAST WATCH:
A case of Israel-bashing on the BBC
You again? fix
DEATH AND DYING:
Ditch the dioxins
A false spin on ‘jailhouse justice’
Invest now to fight AIDS in Africa
In State of the Art, Nick Zaino III catches up with Dave Chapelle.
Arts News: Boston Music Awards under new management, Gauguin sponsored by Fleet, plus more.
Museums and Galleries: Paper plates at the Zeitgeist; storefront art in Somerville
Theater: The Theater Offensive’s annual assault
Plan your week:
Sean Richardson covers the sensitive pop of Jason Mraz and Pete Yorn.
Matt Ashare on Rancid and the hunt for punk.
Mike Miliard cuts loose to Scout Niblett’s savage beats.
Ted Drosdowski finds the melody behind Spearhead's message.
Ken Micallef's play date with Super Furry Animals.
Bill Kisliuk on Amy Allison's sweet melancholy.
John Garelick gets some schooling on Ornett Coleman in "Giant Steps."
Live reviews of: The Sex Pistols and Wynonna Judd
Also, short reviews of:
Bitch and Animal: SOUR JUICE AND RHYME
Graham Lindsey: FAMOUS ANONYMOUS WILDERNESS
Android Lust: THE DIVIDING
The Libertines: UP THE BRACKET
John Zorn: MASADA GUITARS
...and Roadtripping: Carly Carioli on Brand New, Maceo, and Rupert Holmes.
Jeffrey Gantz revisits Godard's Une femme est une femme.
In "Filmculture", Gerald Peary gets tragic, the Greek variety.
Also, short reviews of:
MELVIN GOES TO DINNER
MY BOSS’S DAUGHTER
EL OTRO LADO DE LA CAMA/THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BED
THE PRINCESS BLADE
THE BATTLE OF SHAKER HEIGHTS
BOYS LIFE 4: FOUR PLAY
Steve Vineberg on All My Sons and An Enemy of the People.
Lisa Weisstuch on The Theater Offensive's annual assault.
Christopher Millis salutes Sargent: The Boston Public Library’s murals, the Museum of Fine Arts’ new gallery.
Randi Hopkins Égalité!
Paper plates at the Zeitgeist; storefront art in Somerville.
Clea Simon takes a dangerous voyage in Vendela Vida’s Now You Can Go.
John Freeman on The Effects of Living Backwards.
Hotdots : FRIDAY: 9:00 (5) Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown. Slavery, the dark side of Peanuts land. (Until 9:30 p.m.)
BY CLIF GARBODEN
Dining Out : News Café
On the Cheap : Il Villaggio
Noshing & Sipping : Alive and Kicking Lobster Sandwich
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