Table of contents for week of August 13, 2004|
NEWS & FEATURES
The math needed to beat Bush: There are lots of ways to analyze what's going on in those swing states, but however you break it down, it seems Kerry has a good shot at the presidency. Dan Kennedy explains.
Nearly everywhere they look, Boston's inner-city youth see a withdrawal of systemic support. Is it any wonder they're going wild with despair? David S. Bernstein and Adam Reilly report.
Kristen Lombardi adds up Governor Mitt Romney's hostile lunges against immigrants.
Defying all expectations - the Bl(A)ck Tea Society's included - the hundreds of protesters who descended on Boston for the Democratic National Convention were somehow muted, and yet BTS, in the end, declared victory. Camille Dodero wonders: on what possible grounds?
In "Out There," Kris Frieswick plays the name game.
In "Urban Buy," Christine Junge sees shawl days a-comin'.
In the Phoenix editorial, we show how the appointment of Porter Goss to head the CIA makes the world safe - for George W. Bush.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
DOING YOUR PART Democracy at work
MEDIA Globe trims budget as ad revenues drop
A VISIONARY REALITY Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1908–2004
258 MILES OF ACTIVISM The long march
HIGHER AND HIGHER Reefer sanity
RNC PROTESTS Don’t march on the grass
THE OTHER CANDIDATES Bad Nader
In Arts News, The Warped Tour's tenth anniversary, plus Company at SpeakEasy Stage and more
In Galleries and Museums, ‘Site Specific’ at artSPACE @ 16; ‘My First Photo’ at the Paradise Lounge
In Classical, Christian Tetzlaff brings Brahms to Tanglewood
In State of the Art, Filmmakers come home to the Roxbury Film Festival
Plan your week:
Sean Richardson watches Taking Back Sunday and Midtown get Warped.
Boston's Rising Rap Rebels: Steve Perez hears 7L & Esoteric break out on DC2: Bars of Death.
Clea Simon talks with Emmylou Harris about the 'Sweet Harmony Traveling Revue'.
Franklin Soults says Jadakiss takes his shots on Kiss of Death.
Michael Freedberg looks into the many faces of Miss Kittin.
Banning Eyre travels from South Africa to Eastern Europe.
Live reviews of: THE CURE, MODEST MOUSE, and BLUE HERON CHOIR.
Also, short reviews of:
The Gamits ANTIDOTE
The Orb BICYCLES & TRICYCLES
Abra Moore EVERYTHING CHANGED
The Killers HOT FUSS
Athlete VEHICLES & ANIMALS
Bumblebeez 81 THE PRINTZ
Noam Weinstein PROBABLY HUMAN
...and Roadtripping: Phish bids pharewell, plus the Newport Jazz Festival and more
BY CARLY CARIOLI
Chris Fujiwara finds fun and games with Zatoichi.
A.S. Hamrah reviews Takashi Miike's Gozu.
Film Culture: Gerald Peary reports from Woods Hole and The Third Man tour in Vienna.
Also, short reviews of:
THE PRINCESS DIARIES 2: ROYAL ENGAGEMENT
THE SEAGULL’S LAUGHTER
TOM DOWD & THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC
YU-GI-OH! THE MOVIE
Carolyn Clay watches Cirque du Soleil meld myth and circus.
Liza Weisstuch says Garbage Boy is a trip worth taking.
Iris Fanger says there's lots to like about Gizmo Love.
Jeffrey Gantz celebrates Joan Miró.
Steve Vineberg reviews the collected stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer.
HOTDOTS: SATURDAY 14 Noon (7) The 2004 Summer Olympics. NBC is bragging about having planned 1200 hours of coverage. Today's contests include women's synchronized springboard diving, men's gymnastics, beach volleyball, and four-man rowing.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out: Italian restaurant ideas from Italy
Noshing and Sipping: Sherwood Forest Brewers Archer’s Ale
Hot Plate: La Casa de Pedro coconut flan
Education Section 2004
Best Music Poll 2004
Guide to the Outdoors
Spring Arts Guide
The 6th annual Best issue