Table of contents for week of August 1, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Ian Donnis takes a look at the many faces of Buddy Cianci.
Sportswriter-turned-investigative reporter Mike Stanton sits down to talk about telling the Cianci story.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Light on dark days
Out There: Magical thinking
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Blow it off
Plus, this just in:
AS THE PROJO TURNS: The Guild prods Belo on ethics
THE HAVE-NOTS: Ratepayers eyed to help the needy
THE ENVIRONMENT: Nature Conservancy exposé stirs little interest in RI
Astrology: Moon Signs
Bob Gulla celebrates the release of Eric Fontana's long awaited disc
Ted Drozdowski takes stock of this year's Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals.
Also, short reviews of:
F-Minus: WAKE UP SCREAMING
Kenna: NEW SACRED COW
Vagrant: ARE WE REALLY HAPPY WITH WHO WE ARE RIGHT NOW?
Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets: WHICH WAY IS TEXAS?
Otis Taylor: TRUTH IS NOT FICTION
De La Soul: TIMELESS: THE SINGLES COLLECTION
Exuberance: THE OTHER SHORE
Bill Rodriguez previews the Seventh Annual Rhode Island International Film Festival.
This week's trailer:
LARA CROFT TOMB RAIDER:THE CRADLE OF LIFE
Worth the Trip: Chinese kung fu films at the MFA.
Bill Rodiguez reviews Theatre-by-the-Sea's ambitious, accomplished Secret Garden.
Three-hour work or Seinfeld episode? Bill Rodriguez says Trinity Summer Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing is somewhere in between.
Barn Summer Playhouse at Roger Williams University hosts the last of Alan Ayckbourn’s triptych of plays: Round and Round the Garden.
Worth the Trip: Whizbang pranks at Concord Academy’s ‘Summer Stages’
David Kirby reviews Tom Sleigh’s Far Side of the Earth.
Hot dots : Thursday 1, 9:00 (64) 101 Things Removed from the Human Body. Victims of . . . uh . . . unusual injuries, such as swallowing a live hand grenade or having a boat anchor embedded in one’s skull, discuss their conditions. "It hurt like hell, y’know . . . "
Johnette Rodriguez scouts out a panoply of treats from the deep at The Charlestown Seafood Festival.
The Best 2002