Table of contents for week of July 2, 2004|
NEWS & FEATURES
Dan Kennedy presents the Seventh Annual Muzzle Awards, bestowed upon 10 people, institutions, or organizations who have undermined free speech and personal liberties in New England.
Chris Wright shows how life can be newsworthy even when it's good - or at least not completely terrible.
While Mitt Romney takes his anti-gay-marriage act to the national stage, state GOP legislative candidates are writing their own scripts on the issue for the fall election. Adam Reilly reports.
Tamara Wieder talks with comedian-magician Penn Jillette about his new trick: fiction.
Jason Vest unveils the identity of Imperial Hubris's author.
In "Out There," Alan Olifson laments his hair loss.
In "Urban Buy," Brian E. O'Neill gets convention-al.
In the Phoenix editorial, we explain how, long after the delegates have left town, we could still be paying for the Democratic Convention - in money and in lost liberties
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
DEPT. OF PUBLIC ART
Silva is Boston’s ‘Idol’
Stephen Collins’s living legacy
In Galleries and Museums, 'Ocean View' at Montserrat, 'What is Big?' at Brickbottom
In Theater, 'Kabuki in Boston' comes to the Majestic
In Performance, Summer Stages at Concord Academy
In State of the Art, A photographer checks up on the aging Class of '77
Plan your week:
Franklin Soults says the Beastie Boys turn down the heat on To the 5 Boroughs.
Sean Richardson sees Unearth and Beyond the Embrace sign to a storied metal label.
Banning Eyre hears Johnny Clegg spearheading a July invasion.
Sean Richardson talks to Incubus, who are preparing to face a tight concert market.
Jon Garelick tries his hand at Club d'Elf's floating musical crap game.
Lloyd Schwartz hears Valery Gergiev lead St. Petersburg's ambitious White Nights Festival.
Live reviews of: Aerosmith, SICPP and Diana Krall
Also, short reviews of:
WHEN EVENING FALLS
Little Louie Vega
SOUL HEAVEN: LONDON AND IBIZA
The Icarus Line
...and Roadtripping: Celebrate the Fourth of July weekend with Kid Rock, George Thorogood and more.
BY CARLY CARIOLI
Peter Keough says Spider-Man 2 spins few marvels.
Chris Fujiwara welcomes Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy back.
Gerald Peary talks with Delpy and Richard Linklater.
Also, short reviews of:
Ŕ LA PETITE SEMAINE/NICKEL AND DIME
AMERICA’S HEART & SOUL
LA VIE PROMISE
Steve Vineberg says Mamma Mia! keeps the cash registers ringing.
Carolyn Clay says The Miser pays off at the ART.
Steve Vineberg says Charity is sweet at Barrington Stage.
Carolyn Clay is there as the Provincetown Theater gets launched by 22 writers.
Marcia B. Siegel sees Grupo Corpo at Jacob's Pillow.
Christopher Millis on Natércia Caneira at Genovese-Sullivan.
Mike Miliard says 33 1/3 makes a rock canon.
Matt Ashare watches HBO's Everyday People address a troubled borough.
HOTDOTS: WEDNESDAY 7 10:00 (2) Nova: Infinite Secrets. Another rare-book documentary, this one about Archimedes's greatest work (a palimpsest, to be technical) on math, the last copy of which was erased by some recycling monk eight centuries ago.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out: Mezé Estiatorio
On the cheap: House of Pho $2.99 Restaurant
Noshing and Sipping: Pomegranate martinis
Best Music Poll 2004
Guide to the Outdoors
Spring Arts Guide
The Phoenix Education
The 6th annual Best issue