Table of contents for week of August 8, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
When Monica Marshall was pulled over while driving to church last December, the reason was unclear. Marshall believes it was a matter of driving while black. Steven Stycos reports.
Rome casts its ballot: The Vatican's current stance on same-sex-marriage legislation resurrects church/state issues put to rest by JFK four decades ago, by Dan Kennedy.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Who they?
Out There: Want a job with that?
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Love story
Plus, this just in:
CITYWATCH: Is the Waterfront festival on the rocks?
THE ENVIRONMENT: Computer waste keeps piling up
Astrology: Moon Signs
The Mercy Brothers are back: Bob Gulla celebrates the return of Mike Dinallo and company.
Carly Carioli gets to know R&B’s female frontrunners.
Matt Ashare covers the Warped Tour as it rolls through Brockton.
Also, short reviews of:
Janet Bean and the Concertina Wire: DRAGGING WONDER LAKE
Caitlin Cary: I’M STAYING OUT
Kohlhase-Wertman-Grassi Trio: NORTH COUNTRY PIE
None More Black: FILE UNDER BLACK
Taj Mahal & the Hula Blues: HANAPEPE DREAM
Patrick Park: LONELINESS KNOWS MY NAME
Various Artists: BAD BOYS II
Steve Vineberg pays tribute to the comic of the century: Bob Hope, 1903-2003.
This week's trailers:
Bill Rodiguez says 2nd Story's Wave 4 hits and misses.
At the Newport’s Firehouse Theatre, love stinks ... but Lovers and Other Strangers doesn’t.
Worth the Trip: King Lear and Vita & Virginia from Shakespeare & Company
Peter Keough reviews Nicholas Mosley’s Inventing God.
Hot dots : Saturday 9: 7:00 (44) All-Star Bluegrass Celebration 2. Vince Gill hosts this now-annual event from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
Bill Rodriguez gets a lot for a little after discovering Arturo Joe’s.
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