Table of contents for week of September 19, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
In "Gone to the dogs," Ian Donnis reports that the Lincoln Park case marks another embarrassment for former speaker Harwood.
"When Nathaniel met Herman." Herman Melville's letters and Nathaniel Hawthorne's just-released memoir of a summer romp with his son may hold the keys to the complex, sexually fraught relationship between these two giants of American literature. By Michael Bronski.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Conflicting views
Out There: Home truths
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Burning up
Plus, this just in:
ANNALS OF LABOR: Did Carcieri give an edge to Verizon?
MANAGED CARE: Advisory panel deals Lifespan a rare setback
ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION: New school taps into French-Canadian culture
Astrology: Moon Signs
April Fooled: An Unsigned Band; plus, Pendragon turns 20. By Bob Gulla.
Fall Music Special: From Courtney Love to Gina Gershon and the Garage Girlz. By Matt Ashare.
Ted Drozdowski remembers Johnny Cash: 1932–2003.
Sean Richardson says good old boys Alan Jackson and Brad Paisley keep their roots intact.
Also, short reviews of:
Big Star: ROCK CITY
The Cinematic Orchestra: MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA
Pearlfishers: SKY MEADOWS
The Ramones: NYC 1978
Pretty Girls Make Graves: THE NEW ROMANCE
Romane and Stochelo Rosenberg: ÉLÉGANCE
Go for a ride: Roadtripping
Fall Film Preview: After a summer of sequels, the real films return. By Peter Keough.
Gerald Peary on The Brown Bunny, Wonderland, Pieces of April, and more at the 28th Toronto Film Festival.
This week's trailers:
THE FIGHTING TEMPTATIONS
Fall Preview: From Of Mice and Men to Bat Boy:The Musical, by Bill Rodriguez.
Proof: Bill Rodriguez joins Trinity on a journey to the center of the mind.
In the beginning: Adam and Eve and The Eden Diaries, by Bill Rodriguez.
Bill Rodriguez gets the magic of Valerie Tutson’s verbal alchemy.
Worth the Trip:
Airborne Pigs at the Lyric
Pete ’n’ Keely hits some strident notes
Mega-moves: Johnette Rodriguez says Fall brings a full slate of choreographic delights.
Worth the Trip: Twyla Tharp’s The One Hundreds in Lower Manhattan
Bill Rodriguez sees old and new visions of feminism.
Worth the Trip:
The remains of war: Sara Terry’s ‘Aftermath’
Freudian slips: Sarah Boxer reviews Penguin’s new take on classic Siggy.
TV Fall Preview: ‘From the makers of Smallville,’ plus Whoopi, The Mullets, Rob Lowe, and HBO. By Joyce Millman.
Hot dots : 8:00 (2) Nova: Neanderthals on Trial. A look at the connection between the traditional whipping boys of the evolutionary process and modern humans like us.
Bill Rodriguez is charmed by El Tamarindo.
The Best 2002