NEWS & FEATURES
Mark Jurkowitz locates the top ten journalists under 35 and ponders the future of reporting.
Deirdre Fulton reports on Wal-Mart's continued attempts to weasel its way into Boston.
Peter Keough interviews Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Bennett Miller, the star and director, respectively, of the upcoming film Capote on the author's life, legacy and celebrity.
Adam Reilly on the new documentary on the campaign of John Kerry.
Dan Savage on sex.
ID Check: Christina North
In the Phoenix editorial: the dragnet tightens around Rove and Libby.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
GAY ISRAEL Jerusalem in drag
CALL FOR HELP Brattle in danger
HOMICIDE Did the BPD let the streets kill Carey Ried?
FREEDOM WATCH The color of random
YOU GOTTA HAVE ART More momentum for arts and culture on Beacon Hill
QUOTES + NUMBERS Freshmen and rich men
In Theater, ART presents The Keening.
Matt Ashare at two female artists at career crossroads: Fiona Apple and Liz Phair.
Michael Alan Goldberg talks to Mac McCaughan about the growth of his two non-Superchunk ventures, Portastatic and Merge Records.
David Day talks to Franz Ferdinand's club-friendly opener Cut Copy, and brings his Circuits, too.
In Cellars By Starlight, Carly Carioli has a fascinating, candid interview with Seth Putnam of, er, A.C. about his recent drug-induced coma.
In Giant Steps, Jon Garelick checks out Dave Douglas' new CD/DVD combo with a 34-minute "Fatty" Arbuckle comedy.
In Out: Elisabeth Donnelly checks out the Perceptionists right before the Red Sox "fuck[ed] around and [got] swept."
Sarah Tomlinson has notes on Damone and Lamont.
In Download: Chris Nelson provides the leak to some of the hottest upcoming hip-hop.
Live reviews of:
Dead Can Dance and Ravi Shankar.
Also, short reviews of:
ATMOSPHERE YOU CAN’T BELIEVE HOW MUCH FUN WE’RE HAVING
DIRTY THREE CINDER
MARKUS JAMES CALABASH BLUES
MATT POND PA SEVERAL ARROWS LATER
THELONIOUS MONK QUARTET WITH JOHN COLTRANE AT CARNEGIE HALL
JOHN VANDERSLICE PIXEL REVOLT
Peter Keough on the aforementioned Capote, a powerful look at the author during the creation of his masterpiece, In Cold Blood. Also, Keough has the story on the Boston Latino International Film Festival.
In Film Culture, Gerald Peary celebrates the 50th anniversary of Rebel Without a Cause.
Also, short reviews of:
BRITISH ADVERTISING FILMS OF 2004
LE FANTÔME D’ HENRI LANGLOIS/ HENRI LANGLOIS: THE PHANTOM OF THE CINÉMATHÈQUE
THE PRIZE WINNER OF DEFIANCE, OHIO
TOUCH THE SOUND
THE WAR WITHIN
VOCES INOCENTES/INNOCENT VOICES
TWO FOR THE MONEY
TRILOGIA I: TO LIVADI POU DAKRYZEI/ TRILOGY: THE WEEPING MEADOW
Carolyn Clay on three offerings showcasing the so-called "gay sensibility": Suddenly, Last Summer, Hairspray, and The Breadwinner.
Liza Weisstuch reviews the lesbian-themed Pulp.
David Kirby on a new book on the life of Sam Cooke.
William Corbett on the poems of Ted Berrigan
HOTDOTS: TUESDAY 18 | 9:00 (2) FRONTLINE | THE TORTURE QUESTION | Do desperate times call for inhumane measures? A look at Bush's policy of 'coercive interrogation' and the evil that's been done in the name of fighting terrorists.
BY CLIF GARBODEN
On the Cheap Beauty's Pizza.
Hot Plate: Sel de la Terre’s crab-cake salad.
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Guide To Fall
Best Music Poll 2005
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Education Section 2005