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Table of contents for week of April 25, 2003

NEWS & FEATURES

Eight foreign-policy experts speak with Dan Kennedy on the uncertain future of the US role in Iraq

In the wake of war, targeting the Bush administration's National Security Strategy is the best way forward for the anti-war movement

David Valdes Greenwoond believes it's time to defend our liberties before Patriot Act II makes protest a crime

And, Al Diamon

Plus, this just in:

MGO UPDATE: The people’s court
WASHINGTON WATCH: A more perfect health care?
PEACE MOVEMENT:Give youth a chance




Letters to the editor
Postcard from Wells
Crossword


MUSIC

In the Beat Report, Same Pfeifle finds High Range making their presence known

Ted Drozdowski charts the evolution of Yo La Tengo

Jon Caramanica on the big showing from Lil' Kim

Brett Milano on Throwing Muses' decision to get together one last time

Plus, Sibilance

Also, short reviews of:
Eggbot : AUTO ROCK: EGGBOT LIVE ON WMPG
MF Doom : SPECIAL HERBS, VOLUMES 1 & 2
Ted Leo/Pharmacists : HEARTS OF OAK
moe. :WORMWOOD
Ute Lemper : BUT ONE DAY . . .
Various Artists : ALMOST YOU: THE SONGS OF ELVIS COSTELLO
Lifehouse : STANLEY CLIMBFALL


FILM

Tom Meek finds an invigorating, if suspenseless, take on Ten Little Indians in Identity

Also, short reviews of:
MALIBU'S MOST WANTED


THEATER

Jeff Inglis hangs out with PSC's dramaturgy and education interns

ART

Sarah Morneau on drawings so good she looked at them for five hours

BOOKS

Peter Keough finds Jay Cantor stretching out in Great Neck

William Corbett say Don DeLillo remains ahead on the curve on his latest, Cosmopolis.



FOOD

Andy King celebrates the lemon

SPECIALS

Best Music Poll 2002
Fall 2002 Band Guide
The 6th annual Best issue