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Table of contents for week of March 19, 2004

NEWS & FEATURES

Not it. Donald L. Carcieri and non-union state workers battle over splitting the bill on insurance premiums.

Later hours, earlier cut off and hopefully less chaos. Urban planner, Andres Duany, and the Providence Board of Licenses work to cut down vandalism and other problems associated with the sudden and concentrated outflow of club patrons.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Injustice on the court

Out There: Winging it

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Tempting fate

Editors' Picks


Plus, this just in:
ALTERNATIVE POLITICS : Could Nader seduce Republican voters?
ONE YEAR LATER : Critics hit the toll of war in Iraq

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks with local treasure, Paul Geremia, about his new album, Love, Murder, & Mosquitos.

Bob Gulla raps with local hip-hop artist, Sage, and hythm master, Joey Beats, about touring and the scene in Providence.

Sean Richardson discusses the rise of the Vines and Jet from down under.

Also, short reviews of:
PETER MULVEY: KITCHEN RADIO
MOONRAKER: MOONRAKER
ZERO 7: WHEN IT FALLS
VAUX: THERE MUST BE SOME WAY TO STOP THEM
JOE JACKSON BAND: AFTERLIFE
SONDRE LERCHE: TWO WAY MONOLOGUE
SARAH HARMER ALL OF OUR NAMES

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Go West, young man

FILM

This week's trailers:
TAKING LIVES
SECRET WINDOW

Worth the Trip:
The Silences of the Palace Harvard Film Archive this Saturday, March 20.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez on Brown University's interpretation of The Misanthrope.

"And Then . . . certainly makes for a satisfying and thought-provoking evening, but these two finger exercises make clear that Eliet is capable of much more," says Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
The Birthday Party at Loeb Drama Center and What the Butler Saw at the Boston University Theatre.
Van Gogh in Japan at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre .


ART

Worth the Trip:
Gary Schneider at the Howard Yezerski Galley and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum.

BOOKS

"The Dew Breaker, though a set of discrete stories, is like a shimmering curtain of glass beads: individual fragments of polished prose that can in one moment create a composite image and in another offer a glimpse between their swaying strands," says Johnette Rodriguez about Edwidge Danticat's new book.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: Saturday 18: 10:30 (2) Johnny Cash Anthology. An excellent career recap of the late Johnny Cash featuring performances from his TV show and early concerts. If you don't understand how good Cash really was, check this one out.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez takes a bite into some tasty American cuisine at Kestral.

SPECIALS

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