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Table of contents for week of May 14, 2004

What's a political convention without protestors? Ian Donnis investigates the problems protestors are having getting permits and getting close to the political action, as well as the history of police vs. protestors.

Women and wars. Dan Kennedy discusses Jessica Lynch and Lynndie England and the ideology of the angel and the whore during wartime.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Et tu, Rummy?

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Wander or lust?

Editors' Picks


Plus, this just in:
MANAGED CARE: State input on Blue Cross poses potential complications
SEEKING PEACE: Irish visitors gather clues in Providence
LOCAL MOTION: Scooting isn't just for Mods and Romans

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla gets silly with Ty Jesso as he discusses the Itchies 10th anniversary, but gets serious when lawmakers start suggesting laws that could put an end to clubs and concerts.

The Pixies steal the show at Coachella. By Matt Ashare

Also, short reviews of:
Joe Lovano: I’M ALL FOR YOU
Life of Agony: THE BEST OF LIFE OF AGONY and RIVER RUNS AGAIN
Tim Easton: SPECIAL 20
Hanson: UNDERNEATH
Okkervil River: DOWN THE RIVER OF GOLDEN DREAMS

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Fly me to the Mooney

FILM

This week's trailers:
VAN HELSING
SUPER SIZE ME
TROY

Worth the Trip:
The 20th Annual Gay & Lesbian Film/Video Festival, at the Museum of Fine Arts through May 23.

Masahiro Shinoda comes to Harvard.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez compares the play, Kid-Simple: a radio play in the flesh, to a Jack-in-the-box, with all of its excitement and compact, marvelous inventiveness.

Bill Rodriguez says, the Dutchman "drives symbolism through the heart of dramatic realism - which never stops beating."

Worth the Trip:
Noises Off at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.
The Savior of Fenway at the Cambridge Family YMCA Theatre.
Elegies: A Song Cycle by SpeakEasy Stage Company at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Lizzie Borden: The Musical at Stoneham Theatre.

ART

An artist censured. Umberto Crenca shows his work, Frenetic Engineering, censored and uncensored at the Newport Art and the Blink Gallery.

Worth the Trip:
"Tim Noble & Sue Webster", at the Museum of Fine Arts.

BOOKS

William Corbett calls Jim Harrison's book, True North, "a pure and simple story of American rapacity at the moral center of our manifest destiny."

TELEVISION

Hot dots: THURSDAY 13: 8:54 (10) Frasier: Goodbye, Seattle. The series finale. Frasier packs up and moves back to Boston, where he finds Sam in a ménage with Diane and Lilith.

FOOD

Been dying to visit Italy or Greece? Johnette Rodriguez gets a little taste of both at Café Paradiso.

SPECIALS

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