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Table of contents for week of June 11, 2004

3rd bed, a Lincoln-based literary journal, seeks to expand the definitions of realism while remaining solvent and building its following. By Tim Lehnert

Francis J. Connolly tells Ronald Regan's stories.

Chip Young writes about the endangerment of sports in the U.S.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Shock and hee-haw

Out There: I donít

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Tribal matters

Savage Love: Gazing at the scars

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
AS THE PROJO TURNS: Not giving credit where credit is due
DUMBING DOWN?: Providence Public Library staffers cite downsizing concerns
NOT WORKING: Summer jobs scarce for needy youths

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Check out the 15th Annual Best Music Poll winners.

Bob Gulla talks with Daughters' mainman Lex about his old band As the Sun Sets and the Daughters' new album, Canada Songs.

Ted Drozdowski calls PJ Harvery's new album, Uh Huh Her, "a skidding first-person ride through the fallout and recovery from a shattered romance."

Mac Randall says goodbye to Phish and raves about their final album Undermind.

Also, short reviews of:
Sam Phillips: A BOOT AND A SHOE
!!!: LOUDEN UP NOW
Telefon Tel Aviv: MAP OF WHAT IS EFFORTLESS
John Scofield: ENROUTE
David Mead: INDIANA
Detachment Kit: OF THIS BLOOD


Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Jammin' on the one

FILM

This week's trailers:
THE STEPFORD WIVES
SAVED!
GARFIELD: THE MOVIE


Worth the Trip:
Control Room at Kendall Square.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez says, "Producer Cait Calvo's New Stage is presenting a spirited rendition of the play Blithe Spirit, which makes fun of the battle of the sexes as well as crystal ball spiritualism."

Worth the Trip:
The Last Sunday in June at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Tom Jones: The Musical at the North Shore Music Theatre.
Cuckooland at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater.


DANCE

Have a passion for the culture of African-American people and their heritage? Johnette Rodriguez talks with Rex Chequer about his performance troupe Manding Jata and their rendition of the epic story of the emperor Sunjata, which they will perform at Providence's Youth First Festival this weekend.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Arts of Africa and Oceania," at the Museum of Fine Arts.

"Looking Both Ways: Contemporary Artists from Africa," at the Peabody Essex Museum.

BOOKS

Bill Rodriguez talks with the men from James S. Hirsch's book, Two Souls Indivisible: The Friendship That Saved Two POWs in Vietnam.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: FRIDAY 11: 8:00 (64) Outrageous Celebrity Look-Alike Behavior Caught on Tape. How far can they stretch this concept? Next week: Outrageous Bank Tellers to the Stars' Behavior Caught on Tape.

FOOD

When Chris Conti's crustacean craving rears up each spring, he makes his way to the Lobster Pot.

SPECIALS

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