Table of contents for week of December 12, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's decision to legalize marriage for same-sex couples is now playing out in Rhode Island.
Can Gwyneth Paltrow truly personify Sylvia Plath? Jessica Grose has her opinion.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: The Dean juggernaut
Out There: Breaking up with Britney
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Something different
Plus, this just in:
CITY WATCH: Top players to huddle on power line dispute
UNCIVIL LIBERTIES: RNC2K figure faces new complaint on police tactics
ALTERNATIVE TRANSIT: Boosters press case for more bike-friendly Providence
Astrology: Moon Signs
Tragedy has brought DJ Stone back to mourn and sing about the Station fire. Bob Gulla discusses local performances.
Franklin Soults goes inside the mind of Aesop Rock.
Also, short reviews of:
VARIOUS ARTISTS: CASALS FESTIVALS AT PRADES: LIVE CONCERT PERFORMANCES
THE AUTUMN RHYTHM : SECRET SONGS
JOHN WILLIAMS: EL DIABLO SUELTO
MADONNA: REMIXED & REVISITED EP
Go for a ride: Roadtripping
This week's trailers:
LOVE DON'T COST A THING
SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE
Worth the Trip: Czech horror and fantasy at the Museum of Fine Arts December 11 through 21.
Bill Rodriguez says the operetta, Accidental Nostalgia, breezes by like a page-turner at the beach.
Who doesn't love leftovers? Man, Woman, Chaos, a cabaret song fest by Pitts-Wiley and Robert Schleeter, takes songs that didn't quite fit in their other plays and turns them into a harmonious collaboration.
Worth the Trip:
Snow in June at the Loeb Drama Center
Worth the Trip:
The Nutcracker at the Boston Ballet.
Paula Martesian, local artist, really stopped to smell the flowers before painting her vibrant collection of paintings now showing at the Newport Art Museum. By Bill Rodriguez.
Jon Garelick says, Frederick Barthelme gives us a good measure of the full truth in his new book, Elroy Nights.
Hot dots: Wednesday, 9:00 (44) A Christmas Carol. A modern 2000 ITV version of the classic tale with Ross Kemp (star of the Brit soap East Enders) as a loan shark named E. Scrooge.
Johnette Rodriguez finds La Bodega reasonably priced and reasonably good, but it just doesn’t meet her expectations.
The Best 2002