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Table of contents for week of October 1, 2004

FEATURES

Brian C. Jones investigates Providence's property tax and its affects on the people and real estate.

Providence's commercial property owners talk with Brian C. Jones about getting an unfair share of the tax bill.

Dan Rather's mistakes have become a vehicle for more conservative conspiracy theories, Dan Kennedy reports.

Chip Young poses the question, Does Pedro, after his bizarre post-game confessional, have the fortitude to win in the post-season?

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Belo’s birds of a feather

Out There: Awe, shucks

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Valid point

Savage Love: Spread the word

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
SPRAWL STORY: Hopkinton's big-box fight goes political
TALK RADIO: WRNI imbroglio sparks more questions

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Greg Hodde and the Blue Miracles, Black & White and Grandevolution are all finally releasing some long overdue tunes on disc. Bob Gulla has the scoop.

Matt Ashare says Green Day's new album, American Idiot, "is a complex album that does more than just drop punk-powered political bombs."

Also, short reviews of:
The Kicks: HELLO HONG KONG
Paul Weller: STUDIO 150
Flogging Molly: WITHIN A MILE OF HOME
Bedroom Walls: I SAW YOU COMING BACK TO ME
Peter Case: WHO’S GONNA GO YOUR CROOKED MILE?
Patricia Barber: LIVE: A FORTNIGHT IN FRANCE
Brad Mehldau: LIVE IN TOKYO

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Erin go bragh!

FILM

This week's trailers:
THE FORGOTTEN
FIRST DAUGHTER
LADDER 49
SHARK TALE
MARÍA, LLENA ERES DE GRACIA/MARÍA FULL OF GRACE

Worth the Trip:
"Haunted Visions: The Films of F.W. Murnau" at the Museum of Fine Arts and the Harvard Film Archive.

THEATER

The Perishable Theatre's 12th Annual Women's Playwriting Festival brings lots of intelligent and talented women to Providence. Bill Rodriguez talks with Martha Richards, executive director of the Fund for Women Artists, about the concerns of women in the arts.

Worth the Trip:
Swing! at the North Shore Music Theatre.
Ballast at the Boston Center for the Arts.

DANCE

Pilobolus' dancers push the body's limits as they explore life and themselves through dance. Johnette Rodriguez talks with founder Robby Barnett.

Johnette Rodriguez says, Festival Ballet Providence's studio series, "Up CLOSE, on HOPE," gives audience members a rare chance to experience dance "up close."

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Robert ParkeHarrison: The Architect’s Brother" at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park.
"Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison: New Works" at Bernard Toale Gallery.

TELEVISION

Joyce Millman says, "Lost is Gilligan's Island meets The Blair Witch Project with a little Jurassic Park on the side."

Hot dots: THURSDAY 6: 9:00 (6) Life As We Know It. Give this season opener a chance; it was created by the producers who gave us the short-lived Freaks and Geeks, and it's based on British writer Melvin Burgess's coming-of-age novel Doing It.

FOOD

Want great food at bargain prices? Bill Rodriguez recommends Caspita!

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