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Table of contents for week of September 17, 2004

State House Speaker William P. Murphy puts on the gloves to retain his position. By Ian Donnis.

Dan Kennedy discusses the media's part in George W. Bush's and John Kerry's campaigns for president.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Cop killers

Out There: Swearing loyalty

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Walk on by

Savage Love: Peekaboo

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
CULTUREWATCH: An artistic interpretation of our networked world
TALL TALES: Lynch's link to Irish legend remains murky
TALKING POLITICS: Is it too late for Kerry to take the youth vote?

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla, the Beaver Brown Band and friends remember Bobby Cotoia, the supercharged, born performer.

Franklin Soults gets down to the roots of the Roots and Jill Scott.

Also, short reviews of:
Trashcan Sinatras: WEIGHTLIFTING
Peter Rauhofer: LIVE @ ROXY 3
RJD2: SINCE WE LAST SPOKE
John Cale: HOBOSAPIENS
Various Artists: RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE
The Silos: WHEN THE TELEPHONE RINGS
Travis Morrison: TRAVISTAN

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: With a rebel yell

FILM

This week's trailers:
RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE
CELLULAR
SKY CAPTAIN AND THE WORLD OF TOMORROW
MR. 3000

Worth the Trip:
"The Films of Christian Petzold" at the Harvard Film Archive

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez is fully convinced by the actors of An Enemy of the People.

Carolyn Clay says Ain't Misbehavin' is so irresistible that it will have you dancing in your seat.

Worth the Trip:
A Little Night Music at the Lyric Stage Company.

DANCE

Home Movies is "one of the most moving theatrical pieces I've been exposed to in a long, long time," says Johnette Rodriguez.

Johnette Rodriguez talks with Tina Ramirez, artistic director of the New York-based dance company Ballet Hispanic, bringing one of its newest pieces, NightClub, to Rhode Island College.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Josef Sudek: Poet with a Camera" at the Museum of Fine Arts.

BOOKS

Amy Finch says, "reading The Love Wife feels like viewing a documentary in which a family sit around and discuss their past, and we see flashbacks of that past."

TELEVISION

Do you miss shows like Friends or The Job? Joyce Millman says, Joey is exactly what it should be with its Friends-quirky humor, and if you were a fan of Dennis Leary's The Job, you are sure to like the blue-collar male angst and guy humor on Rescue Me.

Hot dots: THURSDAY 23: 9:00 (2) Wide Angle: Most of the News That's Fit To Print. A report on Shargh, a not-stupid independent newspaper in Iran and the target of serious censorship.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez has the best baba ghanoush he has ever had at Opa, a Lebanese-oriented bistro and café.

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