Table of contents for week of January 16, 2004
NEWS & FEATURES
Do you have a license to party? Ian Donnis covers the war between Providence club owners and the city council.
Mike Miliard bears the cold and hops on Wesley Clark's campaign trail.
The Independents take to the polls. By Adam Reilly.
Armed with Howard Dean pamphlets, Camille Dodero endures the freezing temperature to sway voters.
David Bernstein canvasses for John Kerry and tells all.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: There ain't nothing like a Dame
Out There: Dog days
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Dancing queen
Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: Labor spars with Carcieri on courthouse pact
MANAGED CARE: Blue Cross takes $3M+ loss on building sale
CULTURE WATCH: Artists rise to the New Year’s challenge
HIGH WIRES: Settlement considered in power line dispute
Astrology: Moon Signs
Some musicians are born in Providence and others are just drawn there. Bub Gulla gives the 411 on this week's music scene.
Also, short reviews of:
V/A: NEON MEATE DREAM OF A OCTAFISH: A TRIBUTE TO CAPTAIN BEEFHEART & HIS MAGIC BAND
MYLENE FARMER: REMIXES
THE LOCUST: PLAGUE SOUNDSCAPES
HOWLIN' WOLF: THE HOWLIN’ WOLF STORY
DAVE MATTHEWS BAND: THE CENTRAL PARK CONCERT
This week's trailers:
MY BABY'S DADDY
ALONG CAME POLLY
Worth the Trip:
After Mrs. Rochester at Alumnae Hall, Wellesley College.
Bad Dates at the Boston University Theatre.
Full Gallop at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.
The Threepenny Opera at New Repertory Theatre.
Who better than a local architect to map out Providence? "Mack" Woodward guides visitors through Providence in a new architectural guidebook. By Bill Rodriguez.
Paul Auster writes himself into and out of a corner in his new book Oracle Night. By Peter Keough.
Joyce Millman squirms over Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Hot dots: FRIDAY 16: (44) 9:30 (2) Einstein’s Wife. Make that his 1st wife, the underappreciated inspiration and co-developer of the theory of relativity, Mileva Maric.
The exquisite ambiance and tasty cuisine makes Fratelli’s of Fenner Hill a delightful place to dine. By Johnette Rodriguez.
The Best 2002