Table of contents for week of January 9, 2004
NEWS & FEATURES
Dan Kennedy tracks John Kerry's campaign trail. Could he be the next Democratic presidential candidate?
Who better to talk to about the Red Sox than a former Red Sox? Former pitcher, Bill ‘The Spaceman’ Lee gives his opinion to Tamara Weider.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: So long, Bill
Out There: Falling awake
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Territorial pissing
Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: A sudden departure for Irons
BEHIND BARS: Is the ACI up to policing itself?
CITYWATCH: Stakes heighten in power line debate
Astrology: Moon Signs
Like hot choclate on a cold day, some bands just know how to hit the spot. Bob Gulla reviews local bands that have made a lasting impression.
"There are moments on Love Is Hell when Ryan Adams proves he can still do Ryan Adams better than anyone else," says Carly Carioli.
A little bit of the south and a little bit of rock. The Drive-By Truckers write their band into Southern rock history with their new album, Southern Rock Opera, says Brett Milano.
Also, short reviews of:
THE UNICORNS: WHO WILL CUT OUR HAIR WHEN WE’RE GONE?
V/A: BOX OF THE BLUES
V/A: HOT HANDS: A TRIBUTE TO THROWING MUSES & KRISTIN HERSH
AVANT: PRIVATE ROOM
CARLA BOZULICH: RED-HEADED STRANGER
MC SOLAAR: IMACH 6
ABYSSINIA INFINITE FEATURING EJIGAYEHU " GIGI " SHIBABAW: ZION ROOTS
Magical and mythical, Big Fish brings adults back to the land of make believe for a story that is hard to believe. By Peter Keough.
This week's trailers:
Worth the Trip:
Private Lives at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.
Far Away at the Boston Center for the Arts’ Black Box Theater.
Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Loeb Drama Center.
Sit back and relax while someone else does the dancing. American Masters: Balanchine celebrates George Balanchine, America's greatest choreographer. By Jeffrey Gantz.
In the 70's women not only stormed the streets, but stormed the canvas. Johnette Rodriguez reviews RISD Museum's focus on feminist art.
The Virginia Lynch Gallery presents the second half of the two-decade survey of some 60 alumni. By Bill Rodriguez.
Worth the Trip: "LocalMotive" at the Revolving Museum
Stuart Dybek takes the reader on an eccentric voyage via his words in his book, I Sailed with Magellan.
Hot dots: Sunday 11: (44) Bringing Up Baby (movie). A tedious but lighthearted pairing of Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant. He plays a zoologist steamrollered by rich-girl Hepburn and her aunt's pet leopard.
Leon's is back but in a new place. Bill Rodirguez tests out the cuisine to make sure it is up to par.
The Best 2002