Table of contents for week of January 14, 2005
Ian Donnis talks with news director Edwin Hart and general manager Roland T. Adeszko about getting ABC6 back in the race.
Dan Kennedy examines the media's coverage of Memogate.
With Republicans running ramped with political power, all eyes are on the Democratic National Committee to get their act together and pick a new leader. Adam Reily examines the candidates and the party.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Tsunami speculation
Out There: Poker face
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Mashed up
Savage Love: Strip tips
Plus, this just in:
SCREEN GRABS: An idiosyncratic take on the wide world of Rhode Island
AT THE INAUGURAL: Rhode Islanders to protest against Bush
ANNALS OF LABOR: PC janitors get a good deal
Astrology: Moon Signs
Bob Gulla gives us the best EPs from 2004.
The release of A Tribute to Jack Johnson has Jon Garelick walking down memory lane with some Miles Davis and Wynton Marsalis.
Also, short reviews of:
4 Strings: TURN IT AROUND
Cerys Matthews: COCKAHOOP
Various Artists: HARD-HEADED WOMAN: A CELEBRATION OF WANDA JACKSON
Brazilian Girls: BRAZILIAN GIRLS
Daryl Hall & John Oates: OUR KIND OF SOUL
Gerald Levert: DO I SPEAK FOR THE WORLD
Chris Brokaw: "I WAS BORN, BUT . . . "
Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Maine event
This week's trailers:
IN GOOD COMPANY
Worth the Trip:
The Assassination of Richard Nixon
at the Boston Common, the Fenway, the Fresh Pond, and the Circle/Chestnut Hill.
The Merchant of Venice at the Boston Common, the Fenway, the Kendall Square, and the Circle/Chestnut Hill.
Peau d’âne/Donkey Skin at the Brattle Theatre.
Bill Rodriguez talks with Kevin Moriarty, the man who reconceived Jesus Christ Superstar, about being a holy rock n' roller.
Worth the Trip:
Dressed Up! Wigged Out! at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre .
Foreign Aids at Zero Arrow Theatre.
The Book of Hours at Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre at Wellesley College.
Quills at New Repertory Theatre.
103 Within the Veil at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.
Ted Drozdowski gets a Johnny Cash education with Steve Turner's The Man Called Cash and Michael Streissguth's Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison: The Making of a Masterpiece.
Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts cant tell whether Ken Burns and Geoffrey C. Ward are telling the story of a legend or a human being in Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson.
Hot dots: SATURDAY 15: 5:30 (44) The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (movie). In this 1958 drama, Ingrid Bergman plays a British servant determined to do missionary work in China. There's also a subplot about her Eurasian lover. With Robert Donat and Kurt Jürgens.
Bill Rodriguez gets a taste of Texas at Texas Roadhouse.