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Table of contents for week of November 5, 2004

FEATURES

Robin Amer investigates the effects of converting industrial buildings into housing, and the impact it has on jobs and small businesses.

The Phoenix responds to the election of George W. Bush.

Dan Kennedy discusses blue voters' feeling of being lost in a sea of red.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: You asked for it

Out There: A time to heal

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Coming and going

Savage Love: Not thinking about Bush

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
ROUGH NIGHT: Feeling the pain at Kerry’s Massachusetts headquarters
RANT: Kerry should have won

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Some times life-changing traumas can bring out the best in people, even when it creates a strain on life. A benefit at the Living Room, reuniting a number of bands from the early New England punk and new wave scenes, will try and help Randy Hien get back on his feet. By Bob Gulla.

Mac Randall talks 'avant-folk' with Devendra Banhart.

Also, short reviews of:
Karate: POCKETS
Mos Def: THE NEW DANGER
Pinback: SUMMER IN ABADDON
The Blues Explosion: DAMAGE
Jon Shain: NO TAG, NO TAIL LIGHT
DJ Pippi & Jamie Lewis: IN THE MIX 2004
The Radiators: EARTH VS. RADIATORS: THE FIRST 25

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Used and abused

FILM

This week's trailers:
VERA DRAKE
THE INCREDIBLES
ALFIE

Worth the Trip:
The Boston Jewish Film Festival at the Museum of Fine Arts, the Coolidge Corner Theatre and the West Newton Cinema.


THEATER

David Christner discusses the hardships of being a playwright with Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
The Well of the Saints at the Boston Center for the Arts.
The Violet Hour at the Stoneham Theatre.
Matt & Ben at Harvard University’s Winthrop House.
The Glider at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.

DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez talks with Brenda Bufalino and Tony Waag about tapping out a rhythm at Tap City.

Worth the Trip:
The Taming of the Shrew by Boston Ballet at the Wang Theatre.

ART

RISD's show, "Island Nations: New Art from Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and the Diaspora," takes a look behind the tourism of these countries and exposes the reality. By Bill Rodriguez.

BOOKS

Johnette Rodriguez talks with Chris Van Allsburg, the man who drove the Polar Express into the hearts and homes of parents and children everywhere.

Roddy Doyle's book, Oh, Play That Thing, chronicles the birth of the American century, from the shores of Ellis Island through the Jazz Age and into the Great Depression, as Henry Smart, an Irish immigrant, tries to survive in the world.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 10: 8:00 (2) Regency House Party. Ten moderns live out a nine-week house party for singles in the Regency-era (1811-'20) style established by spendthrift royal fop King George IV. The Bachelor meets 1900 House.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez steps back through time with a meal at the Remington House Inn.

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