Table of contents for week of January 28, 2005
Home-based day-care workers have joined the political forum and are helping shape the Rhode Island political landscape, Brian C. Jones reports.
Dan Kennedy recounts his Inauguration Day experience from Blue America.
Deirdre Fulton drills the experts on what to expect and what to watch out for in the second Bush administration.
Camille Dodero mixes with the commoners and spies on Republican participants to give you a side of the inauguration that you didn't see on television.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Time for a cartoon blacklist
Out There: Slippery slope
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Wandering mind
Savage Love: Who’s the boss?
Plus, this just in:
THE HAVE-NOTS: Search continues for fix on heating shutoffs
RANT: Save me from the unfriendly skies
CITYWATCH: Views clash on the future of the Providence waterfront
Astrology: Moon Signs
Grüvis Malt band members master the art of multitasking. By Bob Gulla.
Ted Drozdowski calls Marianne Faithfull's new album, Before the Poison, "an album that you live through rather than just listen to."
Also, short reviews of:
Amy Correia: LAKEVILLE
Spanish for 100: NEWBORN DRIVING
John Legend: GET LIFTED
Lansing-Dreiden: A SECTIONED BEAM
Various Artists: SUBSTITUTION MASS CONFUSION: A TRIBUTE TO THE CARS
Paul Bryan: HANDCUFF KING
Perfect: ONCE, TWICE, THREE TIMES A MAYBE
Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Mega Man
Chris Fujiwara won't reveal the million dollar secret of Million Dollar Baby.
This week's trailers:
Worth the Trip:
The Human Rights Watch International Film Festival at the Museum of Fine Arts and the Coolidge Corner Theatre.
Born into Brothels: Calcutta’s Red Light Kids at the Brattle.
Pandemonium erupts at the Trinity Repertory as the troupe takes the stage to perform The Molière Impromptu. Bill Rodriguez talks with director Christopher Bayes about organizing the pandemonium into a drop-dead funny show.
Galumpha: are they clowns, are they dancers or are they acrobats? Bill Rodriguez talks with Greg O'Brien, one-third of the Galumpha trio, to find out the answer.
Johnette Rodriguez steals the 'Girl in the Yellow Dress' from the stage of Contact to find out a little about her and the show.
Worth the Trip:
African American Theatre Festival
at the Boston Center for the Arts.
103 Within the Veil at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.
Nothing But the Truth at the Loeb Drama Center.
the far side of the moon at the Loeb Drama Center.
Worth the Trip:
"Likeness: Portraits of Artists by Other Artists" and "Momentum 3: Kanishaka Raja" at the Institute of Contemporary Art.
Daphne Kalotay takes a feminist perspective as she knits the same set of characters at various stages of their lives through Calamity and Other Stories. By Nina MacLaughlin.
Hot dots: SATURDAY 29: 5:30 (2) Alone in the Wilderness. A home movie by almost-hermit Richard Proenneke, who left the troubled world behind in 1968 and fashioned a log-cabin home in the Alaskan wilderness.
With a plethora of signature dishes, Bill Rodriguez knows Sedona has its heart in the right place.