Table of contents for week of February 20, 2004
NEWS & FEATURES
The Providence Phoenix staff looks at the effects of the Station fire one year later.
Ian Donnis speaks with Donovan Williams, a survivor from the Station nightclub fire.
One year later, Bob Gulla talks with club owners and muscians about the lasting effects of the Station fire.
Grieving families find no comfort in the lack of legal ramifications. Bob Gulla discusses the loss of a child with the DiBonaventura family.
Providence recognizes those lost in the Station fire with a weekend full of events.
Children behind bars. Elizabeth Abbott examines the Providence correctional system that tries children as adults and the gang scene that helps them get there.
Sex scandals and distortions of the truth, Bush allies will do anything to prevent Kerry from taking the throne. By Dan Kennedy.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Sing it loud: MIA in the USA
Out There: Pressing play
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Nice package
Plus, this just in:
GOOD FOR US: Phoenix snags four NEPA prizes
SPORTING VERSE: Yankees' evilness in A-Rod deal proves poetic
SEXBEAT : ASaucy stuff puts Providence in prime position
CITYWATCH :India Point power lines dispute remains stalemated
Astrology: Moon Signs
Matt Ashare calls Courtney Love's new album, America's Sweetheart," a great CD that was ruined in the making."
Phoenix readers get a chance to write about their guilty pleasures.
Also, short reviews of:
INDIGO GIRLS: ALL THAT WE LET IN
THE NOTWIST: DIFFERENT CARS AND TRAINS
MELISSA ETHRIDGE: LUCKY
V/A : NEW YORK CITY ROCK N ROLL
HEX HECTOR: REMIXOLOGY
BOBBY RUSH LIVE AT GROUND ZERO
MY FAIR LADY/BEST OF THE BROADWAY MUSICALS
Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Yeah, yeah
This week's trailers:
AGAINST THE ROPES
50 FIRST DATES
WELCOME TO MOOSEPORT
Bill Rodriguez gives a standing ovation to the actors of The Winter’s Tale.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is making a comeback at the University of Rhode Island, where Alan Hawkridge, director of the play, feels the message is relevant today. By Bill Rodriguez.
Over the years Arlene Violet has been a nun, a lawyer, and an actress. Bill Rodriguez talks with Arlene Violet about returning to the habit in the play Nunsense.
Worth the Trip:
The Spitfire Grill at Lyric Stage Company.
Sly Fox at at the Shubert Theatre.
In the book Lovecraft, Hans Rodionoff and Keith Griffen make the true facts of H.P. Lovecraft’s life dance with imagination on the page, says Sam Pfeifle.
William Corbett says John Boorman creates a movie in your thoughts with his book Adventures of a Suburban Boy.
Hot dots: Tuesday 24: 9:00 (2) Innovation: SpyCatchers. A tour of all the latest espionage gadgets. James Bond stuff for real. We've come a long way from the sword in a cane and the two-way wrist radio. (Until 10 p.m.)
Johnette Rodriguez goes veggie at Garden Grille.
The Best 2002