Table of contents for week of January 23, 2004
NEWS & FEATURES
On the anniversary of one young police officer's death, Marion Davis explores whether Providence police is doing enough to prevent further tragedy.
Drinking games for word games. Camille Dodero finds a way to enjoy Bush's State of the Union address.
Dan Kennedy discusses John Kerry's tactics post-Iowa.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Babes in the woods
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: On the road
Plus, this just in:
CITY WATCH: Olneyville artists face abrupt eviction
TALKING POLITICS: Monitoring seen wanting in Irons's case
BUDGET SEASON: The needy get the first cut
Astrology: Moon Signs
Local bands are expanding, releasing new cds and touring. Bob Gulla maps out the local music scene.
Punks go political. Sean Richardson talks politics with Anti-flag.
Also, short reviews of:
BIG BILL MORGANFIELD: BLUES IN THE BLOOD
T. RAUMSCHMIERE: RADIO BLACKOUT
MR. T. EXPERIENCE: YESTERDAY RULES
DANNII MINOGUE: NEON NIGHTS
MAE: DESTINATION: BEAUTIFUL
MATTHEW SWEET: KIMI GA SUKI * RAIFU L
Peter Keough finds the parallel between this year's Oscars and this year's politics. Who will win?
This week's trailers:
WIN A DATE WITH TAD HAMILTON!
THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT
LES TRIPLETTES DE BELLEVILLE/THE TRIPLETS OF BELLEVILLE
Rhythm and rhyme, prose and poetry and music and dance bring African history and African-American heritage to life at the Funda Fest. By Johnette Rodriguez.
Worth the Trip:
A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Loeb Drama Center.
An Infinite Ache at Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lowell.
Paula Hunter finds the humor in classical music in her newest work, Chopin and Me. By Johnette Rodriguez.
Worth the Trip:
Paul Rahilly, Louis Risoli, María Magdalena Campos-Pons and John Goodman at Newbury street galleries
Turn off the television and let Tracy Chevalier's words in The Lady and the Unicorn create the pictures. By Clea Simon.
Hot dots: Sunday 25: 8:00 (10) The 61st Golden Globe Awards. For those who can't wait for the Oscars, here's what the Hollywood foreign press has to say about Hollywood.
John Rodriguez joins the tourists and the locals at Four Corners Grille for some cozy dining.
The Best 2002