Table of contents for week of November 21, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
A group of journalist report their encounters and the governing of presidential candidate Howard Dean in the book Howard Dean: A Citizenís Guide to the Man Who Would Be President. By Dan Kennedy.
Camille Dodero combs through the media's response to the SJC ruling.
Who knew the words "I do" could have so much of an impact on politics? Dan Kennedy analyzes politicians' take on the Gay Marriage.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World:This proves it
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Crossing over
Plus, this just in:
MANAGED CARE: Battista questioned on defense of Blue Cross
CONSUMERISM: Buy Nothing Day targets our disposable culture
OUR OWN HORN: Phoenix claims two NCCJ awards
Astrology: Moon Signs
Punk reunites. Bub Gulla discusses Neutral Nation's 20th anniversary show and cd.
Sean Richardson's goes to the land of screamo and can't stop talking about Thursday, Thrice and Coheed and Cambria.
Also, short reviews of:
STEREO TOTAL: OH A, MONOKINI
MICHELLE MALONE & THE LOW-DONE GEORGIA REVUE: STOMPIN' GROUND
ERASE ERRATA: AT CRYSTAL PALACE
KILL HANNAH: FOR NEVER & EVER
ELLIS PAUL AND VANCE GILBERT: SIDE OF THE ROAD
JAMES CARTER: GARDENIAS FOR LADY DAY
Go for a ride: Roadtripping
Today's newsroom goes under the microscope in the fictional drama Shattered Glass. By Peter Keough.
This week's trailers:
Worth the Trip: Jean Cocteauís real-life fantasies at the Museum of Fine Arts from now until December 7.
Bill Rodriguez ventures with our favorite story book characters into the dark woods of our collective consciousness in the play Into the Woods, and likes it.
Worth the Trip:
As You Like It at the Wilbur Theatre
Aaron Siskind's photographs, now being shown at the Newport Art Museum, capture life in an abstract forms. By Bill Rodriguez.
John Freeman calls Pete Dexter's book Train, his most stylish reminder of his idea, bad things do indeed happen for no good reason.
Hot dots: Sunday, 7:20 (44) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (movie). More Liz Taylor, this time with Big Daddy Burl Ives ("Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer") in a 1958 adaptation of Tennessee Williamsís Southern soaper. Liz, of course, is Maggie the Cat; Paul Newman plays Big Daddyís little disappointment, Brick. (Until 9:10 p.m.).
For heart-smart dining and a taste of India, Bill Rodriguez says India's brunch cant be beat.
The Best 2002