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Table of contents for week of April 09, 2004

When money got tight, Providence schools paid the price. Marion Davis investigates how administrators like Principal Debra DeCarlo are working to rebuild the dilapidated system.

A protest turned ugly leaves one man fighting for his rights. Steven Stycos covers the trial of Providence activist Camillo Viveiros and the cops who protestors say are trying to make "a career of criminalizing protesters."

As guerrilla warfare increases and more Americans die in Iraq, Dan Kennedy reflects on American occupation in Iraq and the media's response.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Crisis mode at Big Blue

Out There: Fill in the blank

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Battle of the sexes

Editors' Picks


Plus, this just in:
AS THE PROJO TURNS : Pulitzer hopes come up short
ANNALS OF MEDICINE : Interpreters smooth the language of health-care
TALKING POLITICS : Is Carcieri skewing the debate on taxes?

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla says goodbye to another record vendor and gives the 411 on exciting music events

Sean Richardson tells how great Guns N' Roses' Greatest Hits album really is.

Also, short reviews of:
John Wilkes Booze : FIVE PILLARS OF SOUL
Brooks & Dunn : RED DIRT ROAD
Various Artists : CHICAGO BLUES
Thrills : N.A.F.I.T.C. (ORIGINAL BOSTON PUNK 1977-1981)
Ben Kweller : ON MY WAY
Rainer Maria : ANYONE IN LOVE WITH YOU (ALREADY KNOWS)
Blonde Redhead : MISERY IS A BUTTERFLY

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Booze hounds

FILM

This week's trailers:
THE ALAMO
JOHNSON FAMILY VACATION
THE GIRL NEXT DOOR

Worth the Trip:
Au hasard Balthazar at Kendall Square Cinema
Lucas Belvaux’s ‘Trilogy’ at the Brattle Theatre

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez says "This adaptation of Hedda Gabler is hardly Ibsen Lite, but neither is it the stout brew the playwright originally concocted for us."

Want to laugh about sex? Well, do we have a play for you. Elizabeth Anne Keiser performs her play Perversion Incognito April 16 and 17, at the Carriage House in Providence. By Bill Rodriguez.

Learn a lesson and be highly entertained. Bill Rodriguez says Spinning Into Butter is just the play to do it.

Worth the Trip:
Mojo Mickybo at the Boston Center for the Arts
The Sweepers at Stoneham Theatre
9-BALL at the Tremont Theatre

ART

Art can strike emotion and so can a trip to a cemetery, so you can only imagine the emotion Johnette Rodriguez experiences at Hera Gallery's exhibit Sites of Memory and Honor.

Worth the Trip:
The other Steve McQueen, at the Davis Museum.


BOOKS

John Freeman says, Thomas Lux's book, The Cradle Place, "plants these metaphysical land mines in poems so conversational that you go laughing into the maw."

TELEVISION

Hot dots: SUNDAY 4: 10:15 (44) The Cotton Club. Gregory Hines, Richard Gere, & Diana Lane highlight Francis Ford Coppola's 1984 period piece about Harlem jazz and mobsters in the 1930s. Lots of song and dance scenes make this longer but more memorable.

FOOD

Crazy Burger Too isn't just burgers. Johnette Rodrigez pigs out.

SPECIALS

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