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Table of contents for week of July 11, 2003

NEWS & FEATURES

Despite the social cost, Rhode Islandís budget relies heavily on smoking and gambling revenue Ėand, according to Brian C. Jones, thereís no cure in sight

Bill Rodriguez says the Big Apple Circus offers an impressive tour.

As North Korea's "Great Leader" Kim Jong Il leads his country along a collision course with Washington, his people seem ready to die for their beloved general. For now, says Jonathan Watts, it is impossible to imagine that regime change will ever come from within.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: It canít be stopped

Out There: Kris Frieswick is in a boatload of trouble.

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Dog days

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
AS THE PROJO TURNS : The Guild strikes back after "impasse"
THE NATURAL WORLD : Boosters seek to return fish to the Blackstone
TAKING LIBERTIES : Anti-rave law sparks concern on overreach

Astrology: Moon Signs


MUSIC

Bob Gulla is there as Mastamindz hatch Fiendish Plot

Carly Carioli says Lisa Marie plays her cards close to her chest.

Also, short reviews of:
Fountains of Wayne : WELCOME INTERSTATE MANAGERS
Pat Metheny : ONE QUIET NIGHT
The New Pornographers : ELECTRIC VERSION
The Gossip : MOVEMENT
Styx : CYCLORAMA

And, last but not least, Roadtripping


FILM

Chris Fujiwara finds Pirates to be a standard exercise in wearing out welcomes.



THEATER

Bill Rodriguez watches the Unexpected Company hilariously make it up as they go along.

Worth the Trip: Jacques Brel


DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez watches Island Moving Co.'s lively Steps

BOOKS

William Corbett on Joe LeSueur's take on Frank O'Hara.

TELEVISION

Hot Dots Saturday, 9:00 (10) Critical Assembly (movie). Those college kids thought it would be a royal goof to build their own nuclear bomb. Sure, it's all fun and games until your bomb falls into the hands of terrorists.


FOOD

Bill Rodriguez moons over the marinara at Cafè Luna


SPECIALS

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