Table of contents for week of September 5, 2003|
NEWS & FEATURES
Dan Kennedy delves into Ashcroft's Smutty Obsession.
David S. Bernstein finds presidential hopefuls floating around in cyberspace.
Adam Reilly asks "What's up in California?" A guide to the state's bizarre political scene.
Kevin Banks finds the bright side of mass unemployment.
Q&A: Tamara Wieder brings in the funk with Maceo Parker.
In the Phoenix editorial we get at the truth in the gay-marriage debate.
In "Out There," Kris Frieswick gets out the map.
Genevieve Rajewski breaks out her #2 pencils and heads off to class in "Urban Buy."
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
To med or not to med
DEPT. OF ADVENTURE SEEKERS:
How to find a volcano hermit over the phone
Liberal? What liberal?
Pro-union stunt angers Globe management
The mysteries of multiculturalism
Dissecting segregation in Greater Boston
Doubts dog Romney’s diversity council
In State of the Art, Randee Dawn is instrumental in renaming The Man Who Was Too Loud.
In Arts News, the recently remonikered Opera Boston's season schedule, the fall line-up from MultiStage Productions, the Björk affair, plus more.
In Theater, Ain't Misbehavin' at The Huntington Theater Company.
In Galleries and Museums, Randi Hopkins finds art in the 'burbs.
Plan your week:
State of the art
Sean Richardson reviews breakaway emo.
From Russia with dub - Michael Alan Goldberg on DJ Vadim.
Brett Milano steps into The Wind, potentially Warren Zevon's final album.
Franklin Bruno gets electrified with Stark Reality's Now.
Josh Kun looks for the real in Mya's music.
In Cellars by Starlight, Brett Milano reviews solo releases from Paula Kelley and Leah Callahan
Live reviews of: Kiss and Aerosmith and The Flaming Lips and Moe
Also, short reviews of:
Anna Karina: UNE HISTOIRE D’AMOUR
Spitalfield: REMEMBER RIGHT NOW
The Mercy Brothers: STRANGE ADVENTUR
Cober: THE BREAKER
...and Roadtripping: Dirt McGirt, a/k/a Ol' Dirty Bastard, tours with Wu-Tang Clan, "Providence declares war," the Boss at Fenway, plus more.
The 19th annual Boston Film Festival slims down.
Susan Sontag’s ‘Favorite’ Japanese films at the MFA
Anna Karina talks about soap commercials, nude scenes, William Faulkner, and her life as a chanteuse.
Also, short reviews of:
ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE MIDLANDS
DICKIE ROBERTS: FORMER CHILD STAR
JEEPERS CREEPERS 2
STOKED: THE RISE AND FALL OF GATOR
Carolyn Clay on Pacific Overtures.
Randi Hopkins finds art out west at The Decordova and Rose Art Museum.
Jonathan Dixon takes a peek into Chuck Palahniuk’s disappointing Diary.
THURSDAY 4: 8:00 (2) Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate. Ray Suarez hosts this year's collection of cowardly liberals trying to find a centrist line that the rabid right will somehow swallow. (Until 9:30 p.m.) By Clif Garboden
Dining Out : Epiphany
On the Cheap : S &S Restaurant
Noshing & Sipping : El Oriental de Cuba’s shrimp-and-fish stew
Guide to Summer 2003
The 6th annual Best issue