Table of contents for week of June 10, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Tired of the same old summer pastimes? Nina Schwartz has 25 activities you probably haven’t tried.
As the mercury rises, more than the temperature heats up. Steve Almond, Michael Bronski, Camille Dodero, Sarah Green, and Alan Olifson reflect on summer lovin'.
Don’t want to sit in Cape traffic this summer? Genevieve Rajewski your best bets for local beaches.
Mike Miliard says that while the Red Sox may be the main attraction, when it comes to minor-league baseball, New England is spoiled for choice.
Adam Reilly explores a two-plus-mile stretch of the truly odd and improbable at Revere Beach.
This summer, enjoy your music al fresco. Nina MacLaughlin tells you where to hear it.
For complete summer listings, plus a guide to scaling New Hampshire's 4000-footers and where to find the season's best eats, check out our Guide to Summer 2005.
In "Out There," Nothing makes Alan Olifson feel less like a man than going for an oil change.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: Now that the Supreme Court has said no, it’s time for Congress to say yes
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
THE SMOKING GUN?
Kerry, Bush, and the Downing Street memo
Act now — or lose thousands
FEASTING ON FINNERAN
What Sullivan wants
NOT IN KANSAS
Anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church bombs in Bay State
In Theater, Kafka comes to the ART
In Galleries and Museums, 'Stray Dogs' at the Gardner, Impersonature at artSPACE@16
Matt Ashare hears a new beginning for Oasis and a brave new world for Coldplay.
Hua Hsu visits the cult of power-poppers Sloan.
Kurt B. Reighly goes in and out of the spotlight with the Sadies.
Lloyd Schwartz on ‘Bach Cantatas’; a new Tod Machover hyperconcerto; Samson et Dalila.
In Cellars By Starlight: Nick Sylvester outlines the Clinton Sparks plan for world domination.
In Giant Steps: Butch Morris's conductions leave little to chance.
In Out: Chris Nelson hears DJ Marlboro bring Rio to the Cape.
Chris Rucker visits the place where '90s Boston alt-rockers go to die.
In Download: The War of the Worlds, Roe v. Wade, and, oh yeah, some music
Live reviews of:
Robbie Fulks, The National and Madeleine Peyroux
Also, short reviews of:
B.G. a/k/a B.Gizzle
THE HEART OF THA STREETZ, VOL. 1
IF WE CAN’T TRUST THE DOCTORS . . .
The Ditty Bops
THE DITTY BOPS
Peter Keough surveys Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Howl's Moving Castle, Ils se marièrent et eurent beaucoup d'enfants/Happily Ever After, and the HFA's Bruno Ganz retrospective
Also, short reviews of:
THE ADVENTURES OF SHARKBOY AND LAVAGIRL IN 3-D
HAUTE TENSION/HIGH TENSION
HISTORIAS MÍNIMAS/INTIMATE STORIES
TELL THEM WHO YOU ARE
Carolyn Clay reviews Tina Howe's Pride's Crossing at Wellesley Summer Theatre and The Mousetrap at Stoneham Theatre
Debra Cash reviews Anikai Dance at Boston University.
Hua Hsu reviews Jeff Chang’s epic history of hip-hop.
How sweet it was! Michael Freedberg remembers Philly soul with the help of John A. Jackson's A House on Fire.
HOTDOTS: SATURDAY 11 5:30 (7) The Belmont Stakes. Less interesting now that rubbernecking Snappy T has been declared out. 'Ooh, look at all these people. What a crowd. Oops, sorry, Alex, did I step on you again?'
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out Green Field Churrascaria
On the Cheap Pepper Sky’s Thai Sensation
Hot Plate: Miami Café’s cubano
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Guide To Summer
Best Music Poll 2005
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Education Section 2005