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Table of contents for week of March 12, 2004

NEWS & FEATURES

Two freshman councilors' agenda to find the funding for an ordinance, which was supposed to connect skilled minorities and women with available jobs, has Providence politicians talking. By Ian Donnis.

Could re-regulating content and de-regulating ownership be tied to Clear Channel seriously addressing indecency on the airwaves? Dan Kennedy discusses censorship and conglomerates.

Michael Bronski talks about the many interpretations of Jesus and his sexuality, and what it means to us today

Michael Joseph Gross compares Bush's hateful tactics toward gays to Gibson's representation of Jews and an effeminate devil.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Pig pile, 2004

Out There: I, possum

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Solve the right problem

Editors' Picks


Plus, this just in:
MANAGED CARE : Legislators seek enhanced regulation of Blue Cross
CULTUREWATCH : AS220 branches out at the Rhode Island Foundation
SUPER-SIZE NATION : Cures sought for our burgeoning girth
IN MEMORIAM : Spalding Gray, 1941–2004

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Musicians merge for the benefits. Bob Gulla talks with the Creeps about merging with UK band, Capo Regime, for a CD, and Pete Seeger will play a benefit for Joyce Katzberg.

Ted Drozdowski calls Gov't Mule's music, "tough, yet warm and soothing enough to land on receptive listeners like summer rain."

Also, short reviews of:
HARRY CONNICK JR: ONLY YOU
WYNTON MARSALIS: THE MAGIC HOUR
THE LIVING END: MODERN ARTILLERY
THE SAW DOCTORS : IN CONCERT: LIVE IN GALWAY (DVD) and LIVE IN GALWAY
ILL NIÑO : CONFESSION
THE GET UP KIDS: GUILT SHOW
THE HOLMES BROTHERS SIMPLE TRUTHS

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: This grrl's a riot

FILM

This week's trailers:
AGENT CODY BANKS 2: DESTINATION LONDON
SPARTAN
THE COMPANY

Worth the Trip:
Secret Things at Kendall Square.

THEATER

Johnette Rodriguez talks with David Gonzalez, creator of the award winning broadway show ˇSofrito!.

Worth the Trip:
Movin’ Out at the Colonial Theatre.
Yellowman at New Repertory Theatre.
Our Lady of 121st Street at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Lost City at Boston Center for the Arts.

ART

Worth the Trip:
African art at the Brush and the Hamill Galleries.

BOOKS

Chris Fujiwara gives his opinion on Peter Biskind's book, Down and Dirty Pictures: Miramax, Sundance, and the Rise of Independent Film.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: Saturday 13: 7:00 (2) Baby Animals and Their Fuzzy Friends. Now here's a nature show we can look forward to. This is, after all, PBS. It appears to be a cuddly-beast video, with classical music playing to footage of the furred, feathered, and fuzzy

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez gets fishy with the book, One Fish, Two Fish, Crawfish, Bluefish: The Smithsonian Sustainable Seafood Cookbook by Carole C. Baldwin and researcher Julie H. Mounts.

SPECIALS

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