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Table of contents for week of January 21, 2005

FEATURES

The Carcieri administrationís flurry of personnel moves is partly business as usual, although it also points the way to the 2006 election season. By Ian Donnis.

Dan Kennedy reports: Google is watching you.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Hot stuff in Jamestown

Out There: True colors

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Timingís everything

Savage Love: Three to be

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
LOCAL MOTION: Transit advocates form coalition to fight RIPTA cuts
TALKING POLITICS: Brown edges steadily closer to Senate run

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

With the hearts and heads of all eight-band members finally in the game, Roomful of Blues is back with a new album, Standing Room Only. Bob Gulla talks with guitarist and bandleader Chris Vachon.

Camille Dodero discusses Bright Eyes' CConor Oberst's therapy sessions: his new releases I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning and Digital Ash in a Digital Urn.

Also, short reviews of:
Willie Hightower: WILLIE HIGHTOWER
Freight Train: THE GREAT SPACE COASTER
Various Artists: SACRED STEEL INSTRUMENTALS
The Makers: STRIPPED
King Crimson: THE 21st CENTURY GUIDE TO KING CRIMSON, VOLUME ONE
The Chemical Brothers: PUSH THE BUTTON

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Going for the gold

FILM

Peter Keough does the Oscars his way.

This week's trailers:
END OF THE CENTURY: THE STORY OF THE RAMONES
ELEKTRA
ARE WE THERE YET?
ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13

Worth the Trip:
"Fifth Annual New Films from Europe" at the Harvard Film Archive.
Purple Butterfly at the Brattle.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez calls Topdog/Underdog, "accessible and funny as well as harrowing."

Grab a Guinness and settle in for Irish Protestant Kenneth McCallister's fight against bigotry in A Night in November. By Bill Rodriguez.

Johnette Rodriguez says, "open yourself to the possibilities at Funda Fest 7: rhythms and rhymes, laughter and tears, tapping old memories and sharing new ones."

Worth the Trip:
The Tempest at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts.
The Rivals at the Boston University Theatre.
The Glass Menagerie at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"BRI: AIR" at the Boston Center for the Artsí Mills Gallery.
"Yangtze Remembered: The River Beneath the Lake " at the Peabody Essex Museum.
"Cuban Prints" at the Presidentís Gallery.
"Anthony Petchkis: American Landscape" at Art Attack.

BOOKS

Nina MacLaughlin peaks in on Liz Dunn's lonely bizarre world in Douglas Coupland's Eleanor Rigby.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: MONDAY 24: 2:00 a.m. (2) Nature: Animals Behaving Badly. Since humans have been so successful at pushing the animals out, it's left to the few, the proud, the rodent-like to fight back. A look at how unexpected species are gaining yardage.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez 's visit to Asterisk has her yearning for the Asterisk that she once knew.

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