Table of contents for week of June 20, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
There is liberal bias in the media, says David Brudnoy, but it shows up more as cultural favoritism in the entertainment industry than as slanted coverage of politics or foreign policy.
It's time the right-wing media started telling the truth instead of acting like babies when they're called to account. Veteran comedian and political satirist Al Franken is on the job, says Scott Vogel.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: So sue me
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Cold feet
Plus, this just in:
MANAGED CARE : Conflict question raised on health oversight board
THE ENVIRONMENT : Dump & Run takes a bite from the waste stream
AS THE PROJO TURNS : Guild vote repudiates management's heavy hand
Ted Drozdowski hears the Dead return to a diversifying field of like-minded bands.
Also, short reviews of:
Drive-By Truckers : DECORATION DAY
Mull Historical Society : US
The Apes : ODDEYESEE
Lisa Germano : LULLABY FOR THE LIQUID PIG
Clem Snide : SOFT SPOT
Guster : KEEP IT TOGETHER
And, last but not least, Roadtripping
Peter Keough says Ang Lee's The Hulk is too big for its britches.
Bill Rodriguez on Bob Fagan, ‘people alchemist’
This week's trailers:
MAN ON THE TRAIN
DUMB AND DUMBERER
ALEX & EMMA
For Johnette Rodniguez, home is Everett and the Smiths’ compelling Road
Bill Rodriguez on Virginia Lynch 's 20 Years.
Joyce Millman watches Sex and the City take Manhattan again, while Mr. Big goes Roman in Caesar.
Hot Dots SUNDAY: 4:00 (44) Adam's Rib (movie). For the 5000th time.
Bill Rodiguez finds the Black Pearl to be still riding high.
The Best 2002