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Table of contents for week of June 4, 2004

Michael J. Sheridan, the bishop of Colorado Springs, has issued a statement that parishioners should be denied Communion if they vote for elected officials who support same-sex marriage, euthanasia, abortion, or stem-cell research. Ian Donnis investigates what the politicians have to say about it.

Prison abuse turns the tables for Bush and Rumsfeld. Dan Kennedy covers the media's coverage of Abu Ghraib prison.

Defining a bitch. Gloria-Jean Masciarotte reveals how the emasculation of Iraqi prisoners shows how far American women still have to go.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Bridge over troubled waters

Out There: Park it

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Undressed and stressed

Savage Love: Sticky wicket

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
GOOD FOR US: Phoenix snags five RIPA awards
G8 PROTESTS: Muffled voices of dissent
EMPIRE FALLS: So much for innocents abroad

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla says, "Katahdinís Edge is a lot like nothing youíve heard before"

Mike Miliard raps about life and music with Providence's B-Lite.

Ted Drozdowski says Loretta Lynn's new album, Van Lear Rose, is a reblossoming of her songwriting talent sparked by Jack White's fan-boy enthusiasm.

Jon Garelick pays his tributes to Elvin 'Emperor' Jones.

Also, short reviews of:
The Brett Rosenberg Problem: SHOCKTWINS
John Felice & the Lowdowns: NOTHING PRETTY
Various Artists: DEFECTED IN THE HOUSE
Kanye West: THE COLLEGE DROPOUT
Guster: GUSTER ON ICE
Candy Butchers: HANG ON MIKE
Shinedown: LEAVE A WHISPERE

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Poll position

FILM

Rock n' Roll, politics, cartoons and more. Bill Rodriguez reviews a few of the movies at the 7th Annual Newport International Film Festival.

Johnette Rodriguez on more political and musical films from the Newport International Film Festival.

Joyce Millman says, "The Prisoner of Azkaban is the third and by far the best of the Harry Potter movies."

Steve Vineberg compares The Battle of Algiers to a kind of Marxist poetry.

This week's trailers:
SOUL PLANE
THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW


Worth the Trip:
The Mother at Kendall Square.

THEATER

Worth the Trip:
Peter and Jerry at the Hartford Stage Company
Oklahoma! at the Colonial Theatre.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Kai Althoff: Kai Kein Respekt (Kai No Respect)", at tthe Institute of Contemporary Art.

BOOKS

Superwoman uncovered. Jane Lancaster chronicles Lillian Gilbreth's 'strenuous life' in the biography: Making Time: Lillian Moller Gilbreth - A Life Beyond "Cheaper by the Dozen." By Johnette Rodriguez.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WSUNDAY 6: 8:00 (12) The 58th Annual Tony Awards. Hugh "Boy from Oz" Jackman hosts from Radio City Music Hall. Mary J. Blige and an increasingly older Tony Bennett will sing a few, plus we'll get songs from some of this year's nominees.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez's first date with Carraba's Italian Grill has him asking for a second.

SPECIALS

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