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Table of contents for week of January 7, 2005

FEATURES

Hopefully this year the poor won't be left out in the cold. Brian C. Jones checks up on the progress of Governor Donald L. Carcieri's committee to stop heating shutoffs.

Tamara Wieder talks with Sister Helen Prejean about her book The Death of Innocents and her continuous fight against the death penalty.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: What will you swallow?

Out There: Country club

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Calling around

Savage Love: Hard to swallow

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: Speaker Murphy revels in his moment
PHARMACOLOGY: Our inflated sense of vanity requires a wake-up call
IN MEMORIAM: Remembering an exacting soul at the ProJo

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla takes it down a few notches from last week to discuss the best acoustic albums of the year.

Ambrosia Parsley's girlish Billie Holiday voice and Shivaree's new album's hooky charm have captured Ted Drozdowski.

Also, short reviews of:
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes: RUIN JONNY’S BAR MITZVAH
Hot Snakes: AUDIT IN PROGRESS
Silver Sunshine: SILVER SUNSHINE
The Grip Weeds: GIANT ON THE BEACH
Alison Krauss and Union Station: LONELY RUNS BOTH WAYS
Old Crow Medicine Show: O.C.M.S
Meg Hutchinson: THE CROSSING

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Men on a Mission

FILM

Worth the Trip:
Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst the Kendall Square.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez talks with Kent Gash, director of Topdog/Underdog about the Pulitzer Prize winning play.

Worth the Trip:
The Syringa Tree the Loeb Drama Center.
The Kreutzer Sonata atMerrimack Repertory Theatre.
The Tempest Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts.

DANCE

Worth the Trip:
"Dance Across the City" offers free classes, performances, and lecture demonstrations at the Wang Theatre and the Shubert Theatre.

ART

In Germany in the early 1900s, dreams were a way to escape reality and nightmares seemed to resemble reality. RISD Museum's "Dreams and Nightmares: German Graphic Arts, 1900-33" proves to be an excellent display of this world. By Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
"Reaching Water": Mags Harries and Lajos Héder at the Cambridge Arts Council Gallery.
"Photographs by Bill Armstrong" at Gallery Kayafas.
"Past and Future: Pottery by Phil Rogers" at Pucker Gallery.
Likeness: Portraits of Artists by Other Artists" and "Momentum 3: Kanishka Raja" at Institute of Contemporary Art.
"Pretty Sweet: The Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art" at DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park.
"Sets, Series, and Suites: Contemporary Prints" at the Museum of Fine Arts.

BOOKS

Bill Rodriguez says it took Adam Braver's Divine Sarah, a fictional account of Sarah Bernhardt's life, to merge the path of Sarah Bernhardt the child with the fallen woman.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: SATURDAY 8: 4:00 a.m. (2) The Natural History of the Chicken. It's a delight that anyone bothered to make this documentary compendium of cluck-cluck lore, legend, fact, and myth.

FOOD

Can't decide on a cuisine? Café Neva has an eclectic choice of foods that encompass lots of ethnicities and a lot of heart. By Johnette Rodriguez.

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