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Table of contents for week of September 5, 2003

NEWS & FEATURES

Beneath a thin veneer, Providence is a poor, violent city. By going to the toughest neighborhoods, eight street workers are trying to make a difference. Ian Donnis reports.

The real world: Chip Young’s 2003-04 pigskin preview.

Adam Reilly provides a guide to the bizarre California political scene.


ROOKIES' GUIDE:
Getting out and about: Small in size, Rhode Island is rich in places to play outdoors. By Nicole Dionne.
Dig this: A hipster’s guide to Providence. By Jessica Grose.
The real deal: Providence has more than its share of places for irony-free fun. By Alex Provan.
Outside Providence: A bevy of culinary and cultural viastas beckons beyond the capital. By Johnette Rodriguez.


Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Not gone, but we forgot them

Out There: Map it!

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: In the middle

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
AS THE PROJO TURNS: Advertisers give the Guild a lift
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE: Vets question Bush's commitment
THE SPORTING LIFE: Hugs all around at Fenway


Astrology: Moon Signs


MUSIC

Floodstock: Bob Gulla heralds the return of Summerfest.

Sean Richardson fills up on emo with Dashboard Confessional, Brand New and Vendetta Red.

Warren Zevon lives to see another album. By Brett Milano.

Also, short reviews of:
Cober: THE BREAKER
Anna Karina: UNE HISTOIRE D’AMOUR
The Mercy Brothers: STRANGE ADVENTUR
Numbers: LIFE
Spitalfield: REMEMBER RIGHT NOW

Go for a ride: Roadtripping


FILM

This week's trailers:
DICKIE ROBERTS: FORMER CHILD STAR
DIRTY PRETTY THINGS
JEEPERS CREEPERS 2
LILYA 4-EVER



THEATER

Bill Rodriguez finds out what makes Proof so compelling.

Worth the Trip: Singing history: At long last Pacific Overtures.


DANCE

By Johnette Rodriguez catches dance fever at Waterplace Park.


ART

By Bill Rodriguez softens the bad news that Convergence won't happen this year with a report on a thriving arts festival in Pawtucket.

Bill Rodriguez leads us on an intriguing exploration of the artistic process.

Worth the Trip: Saluting Sargent: The Boston Public Library’s murals, the Museum of Fine Arts’ new gallery


BOOKS

Clea Simon reads about a woman's dangerous voyage in Vendela Vida’s And Now You Can Go.


TELEVISION

Hot dots : TUESDAY 9: 8:00 (2) Nova: Why the Towers Fell. The fact that the giant airplanes landed in their upper floors isn't the full story. A look at the American Society of Civil Engineers' post-September 11 report on the World Trade Center's construction.


FOOD

Chris Conti says Chilangos is worth the extra mile.


SPECIALS

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