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Table of contents for week of November 26, 2004

FEATURES

Brian C. Jones talks with political experts about battling George W. Bush and strategizing an attack on national consciousness.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: A confederacy of dunces

Out There: When I was bling

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Slight of hand

Savage Love: Ch-ch-changes

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
TECHNOLOGY: The rise and fall of an e-mail sensation
AS THE PROJO TURNS: Journal turns to obituaries for revenue
CITYWATCH: Funding for burying power lines remains an issue

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks with Stefan Couture about the band's new found success and their new album, Ghost In the Rearview.

The Pixies leader, Black Francis, talks about the break-up, the reunion, and the band's return to Boston with Matt Ashare.

Jeffrey Gantz reviews U2's new album, How To Dismantle an Atomic Bomb and discusses U2's plan to capitalize on iTunes.

Also, short reviews of:
Eminem: ENCORE
3 Inches of Blood: ADVANCE AND VANQUISH
Camper Van Beethoven: NEW ROMAN TIMES
David Thomas & Two Pale Boys: 18 MONKEYS ON A DEAD MAN’S CHEST
They Might Be Giants: THE SPINE
Rilo Kiley: MORE ADVENTUROUS
Neko Case: THE TIGERS HAVE SPOKEN

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Pixie dust

FILM

Gary Susman discusses Alexander's charm.

This week's trailers:
FINDING NEVERLAND
CHRISTMAS WITH THE KRANKS

Worth the Trip:
Peter Sellers, his life and films, plus ‘Living with Slim’ at the Brattle.


THEATER

Bill Rodriguez talks with Oskar Eustis about saying goodbye to Trinity and hello to Public Theatre.

Bill Rodriguez says 2nd Story does a brilliant job lifting every character from Tartuffe off the page and slapping them into life.

Ricardo Pitts-Wiley was looking for the best way to introduce local high school students to Shakespeare, the result was From the Bard to the Bounce: A Hip-Hop and Shakespeare Experience. By Johnette Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
Johnny Guitar: The Musical at the Boston Center for the Arts .
The Price at Merrimack Repertory Theatre.
Burn This at the Boston University Theatre.

DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez talks with Paul Matteson about dancing with partner Jennifer Nugent and working with the Rhode Island College Dance Company.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"George Nick: New Paintings" at Gallery NAGA.
"Ralph Hamilton: New Paintings" at Kidder Smith Gallery.

BOOKS

Douglas Wolk looks to McSweeney's Quarterly Concern #13 and Clyde Fans Book 1 for the funnies.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: MONDAY 29: 9:40 (44) American Soundtrack: This Land Is Your Land. If only. Anyway, this show looks back (somewhat selectively & confusedly) at the 'folk-rock' years by showcasing Trini Lopez, Judy Collins, Michelle Phillips, and more.

FOOD

One deliciously cared for meal at Café de Vie and Johnette Rodriguez couldn't help but feel like part of the Ibarra family.

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