Table of contents for week of November 28, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Utility lines have to go if the Providence waterfront is ever going to make a successful transformation from a messy manufacturing center to an elegant cultural capital, say community members. By Brian C. Jones.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Burger queen
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Double Tango
Plus, this just in:
PHASE THREE: Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel to relocate to the Strand
ANNALS OF LABOR: Biltmore workers cite rising tensions
GOOD DEEDS: Screen printer offers a socially responsible model
BY THE NUMBERS: Would-be troopers face long odds
Astrology: Moon Signs
Bob Gulla gives the low down on local bands and shows going on around the Providence area. Be sure not to miss Monty's Fan Club.
Harlem comes to Providence. Bill Rodriguez interviews Walter J. Turnbull, director of the Boys Choir of Harlem.
Pink and Britney both feel it's time for a change, but who will be successful? Carly Carioli has the answers.
More and more artists are mixing genres. Dylan meets punk on Ryan Adams' new album and the Rapture mixes dance and rock. By Sean Richardson.
Also, short reviews of:
THE BANGLES: DOLL REVOLUTION
SLOAN: ACTION PACT
P.O.D.: PAYABLE ON DEATH
DIVERSE: ONE A.M
TAYLOR EIGSTI TRIO: RESONANCE
VUSI MAHLASELA: THE VOICE
Go for a ride: Roadtripping
This week's trailers:
DR. SEUSS’ THE CAT IN THE HAT
Worth the Trip: ‘The (Silent) Lubitsch Touch’ at the MFA, November 28 & 29.
Bill Rodriguez can sum up the play A Child’s Christmas in Wales in one word, bittersweet.
Of Mice and Men gives you the satisfaction of a tearjerker without the feeling that you have been jerked around, says Bill Rodriguez.
Worth the Trip: Vermeer at the MFA
Elinor Langer's book A Hundred Little Hitlers: The Death of a Black Man, the Trial of a White Racist, and the Rise of the Neo-Nazi Movement in America takes a not so typical take on an all too typical American story: the deliberate murder of a black man, says Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts.
Hot dots: Thursday, 9:00 a.m. (12) Parade! They’re calling this the "All American" Thanksgiving Day parade, so we assume they’ll be hopping around the nation intercepting marches.
Looking for bold and tasty entrees mixed with a wine list as long as the Mississippi? There is only one choice, Pizzico. By Johnette Rodriguez.
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