Table of contents for week of August 22, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Six months after the Station disaster, moving on remains difficult for the individuals and establishments touched by the nightclub fire. Brian C. Jones reports on the slow recovery.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Slither
Out There: Forward thinking
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Strung out
Plus, this just in:
CITYWATCH: New café at Alice Building stirs discussion
ROMANCE ONLINE: Friendster's virtual degrees of separation
MANAGED CARE: Critics rap closed prescription network
Astrology: Moon Signs
Go, cat, go! Bob Gulla reports on rockabilly's rise on the scene
Schlock and roll: Kiss and the Misfits kick their marketing machines into high gear. By Sean Richardson.
Josh Kun crosses cultures from Herbie Mann’s jazz to Solomon and Socalled.
Also, short reviews of:
The Cash Brothers: A BRAND NEW NIGHT
Glasseater: EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL WHEN YOU DON’T LOOK DOWN
The Reverend Charlie Jackson: GOD’S GOT IT: THE LEGENDARY BOOKER AND JACKSON SINGLES
Medicine: THE MECHANICAL FORCES OF LOVE
Mogwai: HAPPY SONGS FOR HAPPY PEOPLE
Morcheeba: PARTS OF THE PROCESS
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth: GOOD LIFE: THE BEST OF
This week's trailers:
Bill Rodriguez gets a view to a kill with the interactive Murder at Bal Masque.
Worth the Trip: Off-Season and Van Gogh in Gloucester.
In "Road to inspiration", Bill Rodriguez takes an intriguing exploration of the artistic process
Worth the Trip: Second impressions: Discovering Medardo Rosso; plus George Bellows’s ‘Tragedies of War’
Blue notes: Richard Cook’s biography of a jazz label. By Harvey Pekar
Hot dots : Saturday 23: 7:30 (5) Baseball. The Little League World Series US championship final from Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Travelers' advisory: we know from bitter experience that the LLWS fills every hotel room along Interstate 80 from Erie to Stroudsburg.
Johnette Rodriguez says there are sterling values at the Twenty Water Street Warehouse Tavern
The Best 2002