Table of contents for week of August 15, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Ian Donnis talks with Superintendent Steven M. Pare about the smoke shop raid and bringing greater diversity to the state police.
Columnist Pam Steager departs to seek peace south of the border
In "Law and the law," Kristen Lombardi reports that state laws prevent Tom Reilly from prosecuting Cardinal Law and his bishops for their part in the pedophile-priest cover-up, but some say the feds could indict them for racketeering.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: California mimics the Ocean State
Out There: Keeping Tabs
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Love limbo
Plus, this just in:
THE REEL WORLD: Film fest's latest attracts plaudits
THE HIGH SEAS: Discretion beats valor for kayakers
BIBLOPHILIA: Book sheds light on Rhode Island's distant past
Astrology: Moon Signs
Bob Gulla cracks wise with Katie Lee Hooker.
Old and new dreams: Jon Garelick covers The Newport Jazz Festival.
Also, short reviews of:
Terence Blanchard: BOUNCE
Stacie Orrico: STACIE ORRICO
Henry Kaiser and Glenn Phillips: GUITAR PART
Wumpscutt: PREFERENTIAL LEGACY
Leona Naess: LEONA NAESS
Reggie & the Full Effect: UNDER THE TRAY
Tindersticks: WAITING FOR THE MOON
Caught on tape: Capturing the Friedmans is an American travesty. By Peter Keough.
In "Money matters," Chris Fujiwara discovers the cool worlds of Owning Mahowny.
This week's trailers:
FREDDY VS. JASON
Worth the Trip: Aki Kaurismäki’s dark laughter at the MFA
Johnette Rodriguez gets captured in Midsummer Night’s enchanting spell.
Good times: The perennial charm of Guys and Dolls. By Bill Rodriguez.
Bill Rodriguez says Patience is a virtue at Courthouse Light Opera.
Worth the Trip: Shirley Timmreck’s Circles of Time
Worth the Trip: Cemetery art at Forest Hills, and unseen faces at Harvard.
Common ground: Three Iranian women tell their stories. By Jumana Farouky.
Hot dots : MONDAY 18: 7:00 (2) And Thou Shalt Honor. Generally refers to the elderly. Joe Mantegna hosts a look at the state of long-term caregiving in the US. A new Bush policy, by the way, involves marooning our aging parents on the icebergs that float south...
Bill Rodriguez says the Blue Onion serves up loads of chrome and charm.
The Best 2002