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Table of contents for week of March 26, 2004

NEWS & FEATURES

What does Ralph Nader's independent candidacy mean for the 2004 elections and the Green party? Adam Reilly talks with Green party members and political analysts for the answers.

Steven Stycos has the story on how messy bookkeeping and back taxes may cause a neighborhood to lose their park.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: The dawn of reason?

Out There: Periodic table

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Platonic retreat

Editors' Picks


Plus, this just in:
UNCIVIL LIBERTIES : RNC2K protester faces trial in Philly
BUDGET PRIORITIES : Cuts pose a heavy arts toll for Providence schools
CITYWATCH : Is more nightlife regulation a done deal?

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

The Providence music scene is finally getting the recognition it deserves. LA-based site, Buzzplay, searches for the best unsigned band and Bob Gulla has the 411 on the local music scene.

Ted Drozdowski reviews old rock legends, Aerosmith and Eric Clapton, and their new rock albums.

Also, short reviews of:
WALT DISNEY'S ALICE IN WONDERLAND: THE MASTERPIECE EDITION
KEB' MO': KEEP IT SIMPLE
DEATH BY STEREO: INTO THE VALLEY OF DEATH
BRAD MEHLDAU TRIO: ANYTHING GOES
TONY HEINL: WITH OR WITHOUT ME
THE BUTCHERSHOP QUARTET: THE RITE OF SPRING

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Pre-teen punk

FILM

Peter Keough calls Eternal Sunshine, a puzzle that begs to be solved and a metaphysical poem that delights in the evanescence of experience and mourns it. Read along as Keough dares to untangle the twisted maze.

This week's trailers:
THE LADYKILLERS
JERSEY GIRL
NEVER DIE ALONE
SCOOBY DOO 2: MONSTERS UNLEASHED
DAWN OF THE DEAD

Worth the Trip:
Greendale at Copley Place and the Kendall Square.
Crimson Gold at Kendall Square.
Good Bye, Lenin! at Kendall Square and the Coolidge Corner.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez laughs it up with the Charlie Hall's Ocean State Follies, as they mock political figures and commiserate over only-in-Rhode-Island moments

Worth the Trip:
Backwater: A Movie Play at the Boston Center for the Arts
The Mercy Seat at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.


DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez calls Fusionworks Dance Company's spring concert, Cool Moves, truly cool, with its collage of post-modern music and dancers with cutting edge movement.

Johnette Rodriguez recommends that you get up close with Festival Ballet's ballet sampler, Up Close, On Hope.

Worth the Trip:
Lady of the Camellias by Boston Ballet.


ART

Worth the Trip:
Mary Boochever, Matt Harle, Jay Swift, Malcolm Wright & Nona Hershey at Boston galleries.


BOOKS

Carolyn Clay calls Margaret Atwood's book, Oryx and Crake, " a disturbing novel in which love and complex language have been left behind but sex and religious curiosity persist."

TELEVISION

Hot dots: SATURDAY 27: 8:00 (6) World Figure Skating Championships. The ladies' final, in which US skaters Michelle Kwan and Sasha Cohen figure to wind up somewhere on the podium. (Until 11 p.m.)

FOOD

In the mood for a taste of Hong Kong barbeque? Bill Rodriguez makes a trip to Lemi's to enjoy some exotic barbequed dishes.

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