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Table of contents for week of January 2, 2004

NEWS & FEATURES

With a little help from Spiderman, Attorney General Patrick C. Lynch fights crime in Providence. By Brian C. Jones.

Chris Wright looks into his crystal ball and predicts what's to come in 2004.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: The best (?) of 2003

Out There: Junk verbiage

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Snow Job

Editors' Picks


Plus, this just in:
BUDDY BEAT: Corrente pursuing screenplay for Cianci movie
THE PRESIDENCY: Bush inspires a discomforting literary parallel
CITYWATCH: Holding pattern persists for Heritage Harbor

Astrology: Moon Signs


MUSIC

Making music costs money, money that not everyone has. Bob Gulla pays his respects to the local bands who haven't been able to make a full-length.

Also, short reviews of:
GREETINGS FROM AREA CODE 207, VOLUME 4
THE HOLLIES: THE LONG ROAD HOME 1963-2003
ESSENTIAL LOGIC: FANFARE IN THE GARDEN: AN ESSENTIAL LOGIC COLLECTION
WESTSIDE CONNECTION: TERRORIST THREATS
SARAH MCLACHLAN: AFTERGLOW
R.E.M: IN TIME: THE BEST OF R.E.M., 1988-2003



THEATER

Is new better? Bill Rodriguez compares and contrasts the traditional version of A Christmas Carol and the revamped version.

Worth the Trip:
Urinetown at the Colonial Theatre.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: Saturday 8:00 (10) Heartbreakers (movie). Sigourney Weaver and Jennifer Love Hewitt team up as a mother-daughter con-artist team - Sigourney marries rich men; Jennifer gets them into bed; a messy (and profitable) divorce ensues.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez is still eating her way through Britain. Check out her review of the British diet.

SPECIALS

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