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Table of contents for week of July 18, 2003

NEWS & FEATURES

Ian Donnis wonders if talk radio in Rhode Island can really help Carcieri build his support in the General Assembly.

Strong women can still be seen as a threat, but a change has come. Pam Steager says it's a question of power.

Gay marriage may just be the sleeper issue of the 2004 presidential campaign, says Dan Kennedy, and both parties - not just the Democrats - will have to walk a very delicate line.



Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: A sorry state

Out There: Look at me

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Puppy love

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
CULTUREWATCH : Sculptor's big bird suffers setback
THE DRUG WAR : Group targets cutting abuse by youth
ANNALS OF LABOR : Last-minute session backs minimum wage hike


Astrology: Moon Signs


MUSIC

Jeff Ousborne says Richard Thompson's Old Kit Bag proves he's still a triple threat.

Bob Gulla reviews Blues Bastard and other awesome aberrations.

Perry says: Matt Ashare ponders the return of Jane's Addiction and Lollapalooza.

Also, short reviews of:
Kim Wilson: LOOKIN’ FOR TROUBLE
Emanuel Ax: HAYDN: PIANO SONATAS NOS. 29, 31, 34, 35 & 49
Charlie Mariano: DEEP IN A DREAM
Josh Wink: PROFOUND SOUNDS 2
Death in Vegas: SCORPIO RISING
!!!, MOVING UNITS : ME AND GIULIANI DOWN BY THE SCHOOL YARD , S/T

And, last but not least, Roadtripping


FILM

Peter Keough thinks Extrodinary Gentlemen feels right at home in this summer’s league of ridiculous movies.

This week's trailers:
HOW TO DEAL
LE PEUPLE MIGRATEUR/WINGED MIGRATION

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez says Brown Summer Theatre's staging of Oh Coward! is as classy as Sir Nöel himself.

The Colonial Theatre's Merchant of Venice makes for a great animated debate on the way back to the car.

Worth the Trip: Live Girls raises daunting questions.


ART

Bill Rodriguez on Photographers of Rhode Island’s vast vision.

Worth the Trip: The MFA’s Gainsborough, Degas, and Sargent beg the portrait question.


BOOKS

Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts says there are no hyenas, but lots of ghosts in Paul Theroux's Dark Star Safari.


TELEVISION

Hot Dots 10:00 (10) The Restaurant. It’s true. Now they’re going to film us at work and make us watch it on TV. A new reality series about a guy starting a restaurant in New York City. To be followed next season by The CVS, The Newsstand, The Hobby Shop, and The Insurance Agency. (Until 11 p.m.)


FOOD

Bill Rodriguez opn the beauty and the bargian at Parkside Rotisserie.


SPECIALS

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