Table of contents for week of March 18, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Mike Miliard spends time in Fort Myers with the Red Sox, lazin’ on Elysian fields.
After a brief stint as a slick, celebrity-driven version of the Nation, the pot-appreciation magazine High Times is back to its roots — and readers are inhaling deeply. Camille Dodero reports.
Adam Reilly explains how the Latter-day Saints could make Mitt Romney president.
Dierdre Fulton sees gay marriage gaining ground with three votes added to the pro-gay-marriage column.
Blind, award-winning musician and photographer Henry Butler accepts no limitations. Tamara Wieder speaks with him.
In "Out There," Caitlin Shetterly struggles with her vehicular identity.
In "Urban Buy," Naz Sioshansi drapes herself in this season's new trend.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: In Suffolk County, murder cases take months — even years — to come to trial
Special Election Coverage
Linda Dorcena Forry - A landslide vote carries a ‘New Boston’ candidate into Finneran’s former seat
Stacey Monahan - Old-school union backing wasn’t enough to propel her to a win in 2005
Michael Moran - Despite the coming challenge of the general election, he’s finally on his way to Beacon Hill
Tim Schofield - Even in defeat, the runner-up scored a win by helping his district reaffirm its progressive roots
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
Truth, verification, and the blogging way of life
In cyberspace, no one can smell your stink
DEPT. OF MORAL QUALMS
The Iraq war’s first conscientious objector
Keeping the ’zine alive
Keeler’s poison spreads to federal court
In Theater, The Latino troupe turns its satirical eye on Boston
In Performance, Wrapping up Boston Ballet’s La Sylphide
In Galleries and Museums, The Big Dig at the Old Meeting House, Bonante and Swan at Boston Sculptors, and Collectors Unite at the ICA
In Classical, 'A salute to Steve Reich at the Gardner, plus Russell Sherman’s birthday recital
In Sound Bites, Perhaps the only thing more terrifying than being hung out to dry by one's malfunctioning karaoke track on national television is the prospect of having to take the blasted thing on tour for a couple of months.
50 Cent and the Game diss and tell. Nick Sylvester gets in the middle.
Lloyd Schwartz on the BSO’s Fliegende Holländer, the Cantata Singers’ St. John Passion, and Mark Morris’s new musicians.
Camille Dodero hears the Picaresque pop of Colin Meloy’s Decemberists.
Matt Ashare talks with the Louisville trio Slint who are now on a reunion tour.
Ted Drozdowski says Solomon Burke and Hubert Sumlin can still roar.
In Cellars By Starlight, The Dresden Dolls' Dresden debut.
In Giant Steps: David Caruso and the Fringe fanatics
In Out: Interpol in the small hours; Broken River Prophet at T.T.’s
Chris Rucker hears Court springs Sandbox; Cave In rejoin Hydrahead; Averi steal your girlfriend.
Live reviews of: Interpol,
DJ Spooky, and Tim Berne
Also, short reviews of:
IN A FAMILY WAY
Brett Michel sees a kinder, gentler Akira for the Machine Age
Peter Keough says Eytan Fox gets his feet wet in Walk on Water
Chris Fujiwara explains why Film noir is always with us.
In Film Culture:Sunset Stories and Bertolucci's 1900
Also, short reviews of:
ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATED SHORTS
IN MY COUNTRY
THE UPSIDE OF ANGER
Carolyn Clay says Cupid rules Neil Bartlett’s Dido.
Marcia B. Siegel sees cheeky toes at the Shubert.
Christopher Millis sees understated drama in photographs by Peter Kayafas and Tama Hochbaum.
HOTDOTS: TUESDAY 22 8:00 (2) Nova: Dirty Bomb. The show that dares to ask the question "How much worse is a dirty bomb than a clean bomb?" And they actually simulate dirty-bomb attacks in the DC subway system and in London's Trafalgar Square.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out Smith & Wollensky
On the Cheap Ernesto’s Pizzeria
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Liquid - Fall 2004
Education Section 2005
Best Music Poll 2004