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Table of contents for week of May 21, 2004

Can young people make a difference by voting? Ian Donnis finds the answers as he looks at past trends and the new wave of activism aimed at young voters.

Everyone is pointing fingers. Dan Kennedy investigates the campaign finance regulations.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Say it ain’t so, Joe

Out There: My pro forma life

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Out of sight

Editors' Picks


Plus, this just in:
NO FOOLIN’: Fools Ball to celebrate Harlem Renaissance’s creativity
REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS: Choice foes press campaign to curb abortion
HEART AND SOUL: Remembering Don Orciuch

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla has all the info on the Fool's Ball and musical happenings around town and talks with Grüvis about their new album and their musical adventures.

Carly Cariol says Avril Lavigne's new album, Under My Skin's, "tunes are the perfect soundtrack for young girls lost in their own private, twirling reveries."

Franz Ferdinand's new album has Wayne Robins dancing along.

Also, short reviews of:
Deborah Coleman: WHAT ABOUT LOVE?
Béla Fleck & Edgar Meyer: MUSIC FOR TWO
Various Artists: THE MUSIC FROM THE FASHION WEEK: ISSUE #3
Morrissey: YOU ARE THE QUARRY
Alanis Morissette: SO-CALLED CHAOS
No Motiv: DAYLIGHT BREAKING

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Party hard

FILM

As the weather begins to heat up, so does the big screen. Peter Keough prereviews the summer releases.

This week's trailers:
BREAKIN’ ALL THE RULES
STILL, WE BELIEVE: THE BOSTON RED SOX MOVIE
SHREK 2

Worth the Trip:
Jim Jarmusch’s Coffee and Cigarettes at the the Coolidge Corner theater in Brookline.

THEATER

Caesar trades in his toga for a modern-day pinstriped suit and Bill Rodriguez cant help but feel like a fly on the wall at director Judith Swift's rendition of Julius Caesar at Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre.

Bill Rodriguez says, "Charles Busch’s The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife skips along at the finger-popping pace of an SNL skit and doesn’t tire out for a marathon’s worth of outlandish comic sprints."

Worth the Trip:
Popcorn at the Boston Center for the Arts .
Essayons trivializes Greek tragedy at the Boston Center for the Arts.
What Time Is It? at the the Theatre Cooperative.


DANCE

Worth the Trip:
Swan Lake by Boston Ballet at the Wang Theatre.


TELEVISION

Hot dots: THURSDAY 27: 9:00 (2) Frontline: The Way the Music Died. The case is made that the modern pop recording industry was born at Woodstock but the combined forces of industry consolidation, MTV, CDs, the Internet, & corporate greed have doomed it. .

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez can't say Amalfi without a sigh. A beautiful setting made even better with delightful dishes.

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