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Table of contents for week of July 25, 2003

NEWS & FEATURES

The Narragansett tribe made a bold move when they forced the smoke shop issue. Ian Donnis reports.

Chip Young says Will Andersonís baseball book, The Lost New England Nine is a good find.

Dan Kennedy reports on the mismash of lies that comprised the Bush administration's case for war.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: We could be heroes

Out There: Call someone who cares

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: The two-way

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
MEDIAWATCH: FCC rules rollback gains momentum
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY: A new breeze could be blowing
HUMAN RIGHTS: SOA activist cites satisfaction in time served


Astrology: Moon Signs


MUSIC

Bob Gulla delights in the The Haymakersí Why We Canít Have Nice Things

Sean Richardson gets Warped with Less Than Jake and Mest

Also, short reviews of:
Type O Negative: LIFE IS KILLING ME
The Tyde: TWICE
Razed in Black: DAMAGED
James Mathus Knockdown Society: STOP AND LET THE DEVIL RIDE
Pernice Brothers: YOURS, MINE & OURS
Gangstarr: THE OWNERZ
Anne Sofie von Otter/Thomas Quasthoff/Claudio Abbado/Chamber Orchestra of Europe: SCHUBERT: ORCHESTRAL SONGS

And, last but not least, Roadtripping


FILM

Gerald Peary reviews Blind Spot:Hitlerís Secretary, a documentary on Traudl Junge which confirms the banality of evil.
Peter Keough says the movie Seabiscuit comes up lame.

This week's trailers:
BAD BOYS II
JOHNNY ENGLISH
SPY KIDS 3-D: GAME OVER

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez says all five playlets in the third wave of 2nd Story Theatre's Short Attention Span Theatre are winners.

Worth the Trip: Jesus Hopped the "A" Train at Company One.


DANCE

Bill Rodriguez reviews Island Moving Co.ís daring Flight of Steps.

Worth the Trip: Peter Boal at Concord Academy

ART

Bill Rodriguez on Photographers of Rhode Islandís vast vision.

BOOKS

In Slow Learner, Richard C. Walls reviews Alan Lightmanís Reunion.


TELEVISION

Hot dots : FRIDAY 25, 8:00 (2) Now with Bill Moyers. No details yet - but it's a good bet you'll learn something that George Bush doesn't want you to know.


FOOD

At Madeira, Johnette Rodriguez enjoys traditional dishes from this fabled Portuguese isle.


SPECIALS

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