Table of contents for week of May 9, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Pam Steager says we should diminish the influence of big money in America before bringing democracy to Iraq
The Democrats just don't seem to have the heart to fight the Republican Attack Machine on its nasty terms. It really is a monster, though, and Dan Kennedy says they must drum up some civilized way of resisting it.
It's way too soon to write off Dick Gephardt, who may have a winning strategy for 2004. Seth Gitell spends a little time with the candidate.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Top Gub
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Crazy crush
Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS : A new effort to tap Latino voting power
ANNALS OF ANACHRONISM :
Marriage licenses still linked with chauvinism
STILL FORGOTTEN : High court dashes hopes for INS detainees
In "Out There," Jay Jaroch says "Good bi."
Bub Gulla on Arab On Radar, who calls it quits, plus an Invasion update.
Jon Garelick on the 33rd New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Also, short reviews of:
The Loud Family : FROM RITUAL TO ROMANCE
Scott Amendola Band : CRY
The Decemberists : CASTAWAYS AND CUTOUTS
Ronnie Earl : I FEEL LIKE GOINí ON
Out Hud : S.T.R.E.E.T. D.A.D.
Peter Keough on the upcoming Hollywood summer.
This week's trailers:
THE LIZZIE McGUIRE MOVIE
DADDY DAY CARE
A MIGHTY WIND
Bill Rodriguez sees dreams fulfilled in Trinity Repís bittersweet Annie
Johnette Rodriguez sees theater out of therapy sessions in Out of My Mind
Bill Rodriguez on Walter Feldman's creative life.
Johnette Rodriguez finds Tyler Point Grille tucked away on the water.
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