Table of contents for week of March 5, 2004
NEWS & FEATURES
Joseph Montalbano has taken over the throne and the reviews are out. Steven Stycos has the word in the Senate.
John Kerry challenged Bush to "bring it on" and with $130 million in campaign funds, Bush will do just that. Dan Kennedy talks with political and media experts about strategies Kerry can take to defeat the money bull.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: The Biggest Little cocktail party
Out There: Sporting life
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Missed connection
Plus, this just in:
IN TRANSIT : Bike advocates rap plan to raze Jamestown Bridge
TALKING POLITICS : Proposed cut may energize day-care unionizing bid
SMART GROWTH : Some new tools in the fight against sprawl
Astrology: Moon Signs
Another one bites the dust. As shopping and acquiring music becomes more of online activity, more and more local records stores are shutting their doors. By Bob Gulla.
DJ Danger Mouse combines Jay-Z and the Beatles and starts a legal firestorm. By Carly Carioli
Also, short reviews of:
THE WALKMEN: BOWS AND ARROWS
HEATHER DUBY: COME ACROSS THE RIVER
THE ELECTED: ME FIRST
DOPE : GROUP THERAPY
PROBOT : PROBOT
MORNING 40 FEDERATION YOU MY BROTHER
JOSH TODD YOU MADE ME
Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: May the sun never set
This week's trailers:
STARSKY & HUTCH
Worth the Trip:
Sly Fox at Theatre.
Worth the Trip:
Goodies at the DeCordova and in Fitchburg
Bill Rodriguez says Robert Arellano's book about the ex-mayor, Don Dimaio of La Plata, "sheds uproarious light on the testosterone-lubricated inner workings of the disgraced ex-mayor's psyche and political machinery."
Jonathan Dixon discusses Andy Gill and Kevin Odegard's book, A Simple Twist of Fate: Bob Dylan and the Making of Blood on the Tracks.
Joyce Millman has the details on Tony and The Sopranos' fifth season.
Hot dots: Saturday 6: 8:00 (2) My Music: Superstars of '70s Soul. Patti LaBelle hosts what's left of original artists the Commodores, the Stylistics, Yvonne Elliman, Heatwave, the Trammps, the Emotions, and the Manhattans reliving their platform-shoe days.
This one is for the carnivores. Chris Conti reviews Stanley's old style burgers, dogs and sides.
The Best 2002