Table of contents for week of June 27, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Ian Donnis reports on Latinos in Rhode Island and nationwide.
We know there’s something about Harry Potter. Michael Bronski finds out the kid may just be queer, in the broadest sense.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: For the record
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Revolver
Plus, this just in:
TAKING LIBERTIES : Anti-Patriot Act resolution a tough sell in Jamestown
MEDIA : Getting a Glimpse of different news
TALKING POLITICS : R.I. supporters press the case for Dean
Bob Gulla covers the stories of three bands breaking out and sets the record straight for Spogga
Matt Ashare examines Radiohead in Beyond A and B.
A look at what Jewel and Sugar Ray are up to this year, by Sean Richardson.
Also, short reviews of:
Ronderlin : WAVE ANOTHER DAY GOODBYE
Waylon Jennings : WAYLON LIVE: THE EXPANDED EDITION
Inspectah Deck : THE MOVEMENT
String Trio of New York : GUT REACTION
In Flames : REROUTE TO REMAIN
Cinerama : CINERAMA HOLIDAY
Morelenbaum2/Sakamoto : A DAY IN NEW YORK
And, last but not least, Roadtripping
Peter Keough watches as Chen Kaige fiddles with success
This week's trailers:
CHARLIE’S ANGELS:FULL THROTTLE
FROM JUSTIN TO KELLY:A TALE OF TWO AMERICAN IDOLS
28 DAYS LATER
Worth the Trip: Jean-Pierre Melville’s Le cercle rouge
Bill Rodriguez watched the silly and serious at 2nd Story Theatre
Worth the Trip: Alberta Hunter cooks at the Huntington
Bill Rodriguez on Obsessive Patterns at the David Winton Bell Gallery.
Worth the Trip: Reinventing Salem at The new Peabody Essex Museum
Clea Simon on John Griesemer’s transatlantic cables.
Hot Dots Sunday, 7:00 (6) Inside the Osmonds (movie). It is no longer necessary for celebs to do anything interesting to get a bio-pic.
Johnette Rodriguez finds a certain amount of funk at Julian’s.
The Best 2002