Table of contents for week of July 1, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Dan Kennedy's eighth annual Muzzle Awards ceremony recognizes obstructers of free speech and personal liberties in New England.
David S. Bernstein drops in on a corporate golf tournament subsidized by you, the taxpayer.
Adam Reilly profiles Senator George Allen of Virginia, a strong contender for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008.
Mike Millard meets the Maoist Revolutionary Communist Party of Boston.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: Bush fails miserably yet again to justify his misconceived war. Plus, four local congressmen dance to the GOP’s tune.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
Marketing to scofflaws
THE DEFIANT ONE
Gary Lee sets his sights on the governor's office
Allston via MTV
Katie, Katie! Are you okay?
GIRLS IN JAIL
A film warning
Juan Luis Guerra at Agganis Arena
QUOTES + NUMBERS
The good, the bad and the absurd
In Theater, Pugilist Specialist and Ambassador Satch
In Galleries and Museums, 'Sifting the Inner Belt' and 'Just for Men'
In Classical, Tanglewood, version 2005
Matt Ashare talks to the newly reformed Dinosaur Jr.
DJ Shadow's landmark album Endtroducing gets a facelift.
Mac Randall talks to singer/songwriter Tracy Bonham.
Ted Drozdowski profiles guitarists Ry Cooder and Mark Knopfler.
Mikael Wood checks out the new Eels album Blinking Lights and Other Revelations.
Simon William Vozick-Levinson meets DJ Danger Mouse.
In Out: Triple Burner and Cosmo Baker take Cambridge.
Chris Rucker with news Mr. Airplane Man's new arrival, plus No Trigger, Embrace Today, and All That Remains.
In Download: A Life Once Lost, As I Lay Dying, and more
Live reviews of:
Alkaline Trio, Sleater-Kinney and Wilco
Also, short reviews of:
SEADRUM/HOUSE OF SUN
STOP THE FUTURE
Fountains of Wayne
GIVE ME ALL YOUR MONEY
I’M FROM PHUNKVILLE
Gary Susman reviews the new Steven Spielberg/Tom Cruise film War of the Worlds.
Chris Fujiwara weighs in on George A. Romero's Land of the Dead.
Gerald Peary previews upcoming movies set in P-Town.
Also, short reviews of:
LA MARCHE DE L’EMPEREUR/MARCH OF THE PENGUINS
ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW
Carolyn Clay reviews Gordon Lester's Amerika and Imago Theatre's Frogz
Christopher Millis says 'Photorealism' at the Rose is all about paint.
Clea Simon reads Dai Sijie's Mr. Muo's Travelling Couch.
HOTDOTS: INDEPENDENCE DAY 7:00  BOSTON FOURTH OF JULY | First we have a pre-concert build-up/background show. Then we get Keith Lockhart and the Pops with Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich, and Cowboy Troy. At 10 pm, the show goes national for the fireworks.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out Neptune Oyster
On the Cheap Cremaldi’s
Hot Plate: Pho Republique’s banana-blossom-and-chicken salad
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Guide To Summer
Best Music Poll 2005
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Education Section 2005