Table of contents for week of July 15, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Deirdre Fulton explores the battle over wind farming in Nantucket Sound. Supporters say it will provide a powerful, renewable energy source; the opposition says windmills are ugly and screw the environment. Who will emerge victorious?
Camille Dodero and the women wrestlers of La Gata Negra hit Embassy on gay night
From cable news and the pundit shows to the dailies - Mark Jurkowitz examines how the US media covered the London bombings.
David S. Bernstein looks at the massive Election Day failures in Ohio and the continuing lack of action by state legislators
Adam Reilly wonders if city councilor Steve Murphy can reinvent himself
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: The terror threat is real, it just wasn’t where Bush said it was.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
QUOTES + NUMBERS
Who is screwing up America?
Passim takes a pass on Jimi’s jimmy
COMBS NAIL HANNITY
Indie band urges fans to call crank
ABOVE THE LAW
The battle to make campus-police reports public
HENNIGAN GETS FIRST BOSTON ENDORSEMENT
Feels like the first time
ON THE DARK SIDE
Newton’s Dana Adam Shapiro on succeeding as a college dropout
ALTERNATIVES TO "YANKEES SUCK"
Five new chants to use at Fenway this weekend
In Theater, Slanguage talks the talk
In Galleries and Museums, Lina Maria Giraldo's poppies at Green Street; 'Film Rush' at the ICA
Leon Neyfakh checks out the newly-released companion album to the music magazine The Believer.
In Cellars By Starlight, Brett Milano reviews the long-awaited follow-up album by Ashby.
In Giant Steps, Jon Garelick checks in with saxophonist David Gross.
Ted Drozdowski profiles comedian Tony V.
In Out: Tiny Amps, the Exit, Headband, and UV Protection.
Chris Rucker hears Boston punks remember the Trouble.
In Download: Skeletons and the Girl-Faced Boys, Sufjan Stevens, and Fall Out Boy.
Live reviews of:
Four Tet, Harry and the Potters and Waltham
Also, short reviews of:
THERE’S A FIRE
THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION
LOST AND FOUND
FRIENDS AND LOVERS: SONGS OF BREAD
YING YANG TWINS
U.S.A.: UNITED STATE OF ATLANTA
Brett Michel weighs in on Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Johnny Depp.
Peter Keough reviews Wedding Crashers.
In Film Culture, Gerald Peary checks out the 'China Girl' archives at the HFA.
Also, short reviews of:
THE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY
LILA DIT ÇA | LILA SAYS
Carolyn Clay reviews a revival of the Tom Stoppard play Arcadia at the Publick Theatre.
Christopher Millis gives his round-up of Newbury Street galleries.
Joyce Millman speculates on the long-anticipated Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Richard C. Walls reads Marc Estrin's Arnold Hitler.
HOTDOTS: TUESDAY 19 8:00  NEW ENGLAND'S MOST EXTREME WEATHER: SUMMER EDITION | Some combination of Dick, Harvey, and J.C. (and possibly that intern they used in their promos) explore the destructive side of summer weather and give us a hurricane preview.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out B&G Oysters
On the Cheap Taiwan Café
Hot Plate: Blu’s house-made smoked mozzarella
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Guide To Summer
Best Music Poll 2005
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Education Section 2005