Table of contents for week of September 12, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
The commercial campus: Michael Lukas wonders if Brown and other universities can be trusted to oversee government- and corporate-sponsored research from which they stand to benefit.
Dan Kennedy reports on John Ashcroft’s anti-porn crusade.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Place a bet
Out There: California dreaming
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Hot pants
Plus, this just in:
CITYWATCH: A West Side favorite faces an uncertain future
THE UNHEARD MUSIC: Miscommunication dooms Summerfest
IN MEMORIAM: Warren Zevon, 1947–2003
Astrology: Moon Signs
The 300 shows: Bob Gulla reports on the Midnight Creeps' milestone, plus other local music news.
Blasts from the past: Matt Ashare reports on The Dandy Warhols, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and the Raveonettes.
Ted Drozdowski is feeling Juliana Hatfield’s Some Girls, and also the last of little a.
Also, short reviews of:
Frank Black and the Catholics: SHOW ME YOUR TEARS
Joe Callicott: AIN’T A GONNA LIE TO YOU
Jim Campilongo Electric Trio: AMERICAN HIPS
Kings of Leon: YOUTH & YOUNG MANHOOD
Shelby Lynne: IDENTITY CRISIS
Nervous Eaters: EAT THIS!
Greg Osby: ST. LOUIS SHOE
Go for a ride: Roadtripping
Peter Keough American Splendor reflects well on its subject.
This week's trailers:
ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO
THE SECRET LIVES OF DENTISTS
Worth the Trip: The Boston Film Festival.
Poetry, life, and death: First Stage Providence aims high with Not About Heroes. By Bill Rodriguez
Bill Rodriguez says Gamm’s Crucible casts a spell.
Bill Rodriguez reports as the Gallery Night ArTrolley rolls into its eighth year.
Worth the Trip: Brother Thomas at the Pucker
Julia Hanna on Jhumpa Lahiri's novel, The Namesake.
Hot dots : 9:30 (10) Conan O'Brien 10th Anniversary Special. Has it been that long? Highlights from 10 years of Conan shows - with lots of unscheduled guests and a reunion with one-time second banana Andy Richter. (Until 11 p.m.)
Johnette Rodriguez a South County excursion at the General Stanton Inn.
The Best 2002