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Table of contents for week of December 3, 2004

FEATURES

Steven Stycos investigates the state's inability to properly care for mentally ill prisoners and the effects on the prisoners and Rhode Islanders.

Dan Kennedy writes about the video of a Marine shooting an Iraqi insurgent and the controversy that does and doesn't surround it.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Little big groom

Out There: Eve of destruction

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Space it out

Savage Love: Coming along

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: Taxation in the Ocean State remains a source of debate
LOCAL MOO-TION: Rhody Fresh poses a question for organic purists
CITYWATCH: Providence residents cite concerns on zoning rewrite

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks with Jarrod Valenti about forming a Fungus Amungus and moving forward as band.

With the release of With the Lights Out, a revealing look inside the musical mess that was Nirvana, Matt Ashare reminisces about Nirvana, the talented groups of musicians.

Elvis Costello goes classical with Il Sogno.

Also, short reviews of:
Incubus: ALIVE AT RED ROCKS DVD
Dan Bern: MY COUNTRY II EP
Rilo Kiley: MORE ADVENTUROUS
Tegan and Sara: SO JEALOUS
Freedy Johnston: THE WAY I WERE
Gwen Stefani: LOVE. ANGEL. MUSIC. BABY.
The Exies: HEAD FOR THE DOOR

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Pop Ball

FILM

This week's trailers:
CLOSER
PRIMER

Worth the Trip:
"Ingmar Bergman: Early Works" at the Harvard Film Archive.
The Big Red One at the Brattle.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez calls The Rise and Fall of Little Voice "a theatrical feast."

The Lion in Winter is King Lear meets Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. By Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
Fully Committed at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.

ART

From humor to religion, the artists at the Benson Hall have created a narrative expression of their current life in Cuba. By Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
"Jill Slosburg-Ackerman: Sculpture and Sculpted Drawings" at Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art.
"Steve Hollinger: Borrowed Time" at Chase Gallery.

BOOKS

"Moanin' at Midnight cuts through the mythology of Howlin' Wolf as a bad-ass monster willing to throw all his six-and-a-half feet and 260 pounds around to find the wounded child within the bear of a man," says Ted Drozdowski.

TELEVISION

Joyce Millman says, HBO's Peter Sellers looks for the man behind the masks, and The Librarian is long overdue.

Hot dots: TUESDAY 7: 8:00 (6) A Charlie Brown Christmas. Same as it ever was.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez compares Sunflower Café to stepping into a home in an Italian city and sitting down for a cozy Italian feast.

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