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Table of contents for week of June 13, 2003

NEWS & FEATURES

Do state workers have it too good? Brian C. Jones reports that although public employees pose a tempting target for budget cutters, the differences from private sector compensation are sometimes more complex than they appear

Pam Steager on the 'F'-word and developing the requisite paranoia to be a true patriot

A conference put on by Campaign for America's Future, a progressive think tank and activist organization, hosted seven of the nine Democratic hopefuls, who then played to the party's left-liberal wing. Giving cause for hope, finds Richard Byrne, the candidates had more practical ideas than their hosts.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: A delightful dilemma

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Romantic regression
Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:

SPORTING PURSUITS : The savage swagger of New York's baseball brutes
INDY MEDIA : Activists report straight from the ramparts
AS THE PROJO TURNS : Guild contract hangs in the balance

Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bub Gulla on the healing power of the Call for Action DVD.

Franklin Soults on the new, improved Liz Phair.

Also, short reviews of:
Dave Ellis : STATE OF MIND
Aphex Twin : 26 MIXES FOR CASH
François K : A COLLECTION OF CLASSICS
Oleander : JOYRIDE
Righteous Boy : I SING BECAUSE OF YOU
Kelly Clarkson : THANKFUL

And, last but not least, Roadtripping

FILM

Peter Keough finds a miniature portrait of America in Spellbound.

This week's trailers:
RUGRATS GO WILD!
HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE


THEATER

The last hurrah? Bill Rodriguez traces three generations of memories at Theatre-by-the-Sea.

Rodriguez is also on hand as NewGate serves Nicky Silver’s junk Food.

BOOKS

Julia Hanna on Tim Gautreaux's deep South.

TELEVISION

Hot Dots Tuesday, 8:00 (10) Dog Eat Dog. Interesting to note that this extreme-contest show has been selected to be provided with video description for the vision-impaired.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez says Celestial Café is a find in South County.

SPECIALS

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