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Table of contents for week of April 16, 2004

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: It’s Starr time

Out There: Dogged pursuits

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Snoozeville

Editors' Picks


Plus, this just in:
CIANCIWATCH : Decision possibly imminent in Buddy’s appeal
ATHLETIC SUPPORT : RISD hockey mascot gives rise to controversy
HUMAN RIGHTS: Brown grads shine a light on human trafficking

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Music is in the air. Bub Gulla interviews Slugworth about their new CD and chats with Mac McLanahan, the artistic director of the Rose Garden, about 15 years in the Providence music scene.

Sean Richardson talks with guitarist Benjamin Harper from Yellowcard and discusses the up and coming success of Story of the Year.

Also, short reviews of:
Toots and the Maytals: TRUE LOVE
Arthur Russell: CALLING OUT OF CONTEXT
Tom Russell: INDIANS COWBOYS HORSES DOGS
Fleetwood Mac: TUSK (EXPANDED)
Queensr˙che : TRIBE
Roy Haynes: FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
James Carter: LIVE AT BAKER’S KEYBOARD LOUNGE

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Come together

FILM

Jeffery Gantz says, "Good Bye, Lenin! isn’t about what was so much as it is about what might have been."

Peter Keough looks to Kill Bill Vol. 2 for clarity.

This week's trailers:
THE WHOLE TEN YARDS
THE PUNISHER
CONNIE AND CARLA

Worth the Trip:
"The Third Boston Turkish Film Festival" at the Museum of Fine Arts


THEATER

Worth the Trip:
Last Rites on PBS

DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez talks with Jenna Rocha about the five-part program she choreographed titled, Ponder Me, which she and her dancers will perform at the Carriage House next weekend.

Worth the Trip:
The Dream by Boston Ballet.


ART

Bill Rodriguez says stop sitting still and go see some still life at RISD’s Better Still:Looking at Still Life In the Museum Collection.

BOOKS

Richard Walls reviews Edward St. Aubyn's books, Some Hope: A Trilogy, a sad, humorous triology that follows one man's life.

TELEVISION

In need of some mystery and drama? Joyce Millman reviews the PBS special, Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness.

Hot dots: STUESDAY 20: 7:30 (2) La Plaza: El Tiante: A Red Sox Story. This story profiles the highest-profile Latino Red Sox, pitcher Luis Tiant, who's fondly remembered for his exploits against Cincinnati in the 1975 World Series.

FOOD

L’epicureo's cuisine left Bill Rodriguez's taste buds dancing.

SPECIALS

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