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Table of contents for week of August 15, 2003

NEWS & FEATURES

In "Foreign hospitality," Tony Giampetruzzi notes that, increasingly, those taking your orders and washing your dishes at Maine’s summer hot spots are doing it with an Eastern European accent.

Jess Kilby goes searching for wireless Internet networks in Portland: it's not as futile as one might think.

Plus, this just in:
HEALTH CARE: Maine researcher heads to nursing’s "Hall of Fame"
ON THE SCENE: Ivins invades Camden
MISSING IN INACTION: Jen Fish, where are you?


Politics and Other Mistakes: "And out come the wolves" by Al Diamon
Letters to the editor
Postcard from Wells
Crossword solution


MUSIC

Sam Pfeifle gets a second helping of Southern rock all stars Jeremiah Freed.

Jon Garelick covers The Newport Jazz Festival -- and watches the Fringe move on.

In "Beauty and the beast," Franklin Bruno covers Jane Birkin's Arabesque and Mark Eitzel's The Ugly American.

Banning Eyre gets a lesson in pop-history from The Folk Years.

Franklin Soults listens to Gotan Project's subversive dance music.

Plus, Sibilance

Also, short reviews of:
A-Frame: AGAINST THE GRAIN
Terence Blanchard: BOUNCE
Henry Kaiser and Glenn Phillips: GUITAR PART
Leona Naess: LEONA NAESS
Stacie Orrico: STACIE ORRICO
Reggie & the Full Effect: UNDER THE TRAY
Tindersticks: WAITING FOR THE MOON
Wumpscutt: PREFERENTIAL LEGACY


FILM

Short reviews of::
DIRTY PRETTY THINGS
FREDDY VS. JASON
OPEN RANGE
S.W.A.T.
UPTOWN GIRLS

Worth the Trip:
Aki Kaurismäki’s dark laughter at the MFA

THEATER

Sally Struthers shakes it at Ogunquit in Always...Patsy Cline. By Jeff Inglis.

Worth the Trip:
Shirley Timmreck's ladies in retirement.

ART

Chris Thompson learns about Sa Schloff’s School Pictures.

Worth the Trip:
Grave matters: Cemetery art at Forest Hills, and unseen faces at Harvard.

BOOKS

Be very afraid: The Horror Writers Association of New England comes to town, by Josh Rogers.

John Freeman says Heidi Julavits bucks up and forges ahead in The Effect of Living Backwards.

Jumana Farouky finds common ground as three Iranian women tell their stories.

FOOD

Where's the beef? Andy King says vegan diners find a safe haven in Little Lad's Basket Bakery.

SPECIALS

The Best of 2002
Best Music Poll 2003
Portland Band Guide










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