Table of contents for week of May 27, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
When will we get out of Iraq? The Phoenix asks around for answers.
As Mitt Romney and John Kerry gear up for 2008, Dan Kennedy wonders if America can stomach another Bay State candidate, let alone two
Deirdre Fulton reports on the nation's first demobilization program to include mandatory one-on-one counseling, which has just debriefed its first wave of Iraq-war reservists
Mike Miliard explores the world of Boston's lost breweries.
In "Out There," Alan Olifson takes in outdoor music.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: The filibuster compromise is no cause for celebration — but it’s the best deal progressives could get.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
Terror victims look for payment — in Boston’s museums
Walking to fight AIDS
The Norton envelopes, please
Carr puts Menino’s mumbles on the Web
A REAL FAUX
Kirsten Malone remembered
BY THE BOOK
Karl Stevens’s Guilty pleasure
Robin Dougherty, 1959–200
In Theater, Durang explains Laughing Wild for you
In Galleries and Museums, The Local Idea Council says goodbye, and NAO Gallery launches Experimental Atelier
Franklin Soults talks with Sleater Kinney guitarist Carrie Brownstein about the making of this pathbreaking Northwest band's latest CD.
Leon Neyfakh says the Internet release of "Trapped in the Closet" might be R. Kelly's shrewdest move yet.
Samuel V. Thompson concludes that Ryan Adams, with his new band the Cardinals, has finally grown comfortable with his alt-country identity
Mikael Wood talks with the Sea and Cake frontman Sam Prekop about his solo project
Ted Drozdowski rocks the comedy underground with Neil Hamburger, David Cross, and Jon Wurster.
In Cellars By Starlight: Will Spitz hears The Glow and Bugs and Rats come straight outta Quincy.
In Out: Graveyard BBQ, Heathen Shame, and ‘Open Sound’
Chris Rucker hears Statik Selektah put Boston on smash
In Download: Nine Inch Nails, Kelly Osbourne and more.
And in Roadtripping, Team Sleep awakens, plus Pinback at the Paradise and more
Live reviews of:
The New York Dolls and Gang of Four, and Bruce Springsteen
Also, short reviews of:
Fripp & Eno
THE EQUATORIAL STARS
WHO IS MIKE JONES?
Shout Out Louds
HOWL HOWL GAFF GAFF
James Yorkston and the Athletes
JUST BEYOND THE RIVER
Gerald Peary reports from the 2005 Cannes Film Festival
Chris Fujiwara assesses the Kita Muratova retrospective at the MFA
Peter Keough looks at the state of independent film in the wake of Star Wars
Also, short reviews of:
LADIES IN LAVENDER
THE LONGEST YARD
Carolyn Clay reviews Eugene O'Neill's Desire Under the Elms at the American Repertory Theatre
Liza Weisstuch runs the entire Boston Theater Marathon.
Marcia B. Siegel reports on Boston Ballet's "Raw Dance."
Clea Simon reviews John Burdett's Bangkok Tattoo.
HOTDOTS: MONDAY 30 9:00 (2) World War II Memorial: A Testament to Freedom. Okay, everybody has his memorial for now, right? We'll worry about Iraq later.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out Wish
On the Cheap Reef Café
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Noshing & Sipping: Fantôme Pissenlit
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Liquid - Fall 2004
Education Section 2005