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Table of contents for week of February 4, 2005

FEATURES

Retired PR exec David A. Duffy bridges the public and private sectors like few others in Rhode Island. By Ian Donnis.

Two years after the Station fire, survivors are still struggling to make ends meet and get on with their lives. Brian C. Jones talks with Todd King about the benefit concert to replenish the Station Family Fund.

Chip Young is conflicted over the Super Bowl -- root for his childhood stars or his current hometown heroes.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Civic heroes in Iraq

Out There: Mother lode

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Shifting gears

Savage Love: Cavemen

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
OPEN MEETINGS: Bill targets public input at Providence Public Library
CITYWATCH: Hardy homeless survive on the streets in the bitter cold
MEDIAWATCH: Big changes less likely for local media landscape

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Providence's music scene hits the big screen. Bob Gulla has the details.

Matt Ashare catches Ani Difranco at home to discuss her new comrade and production partner, Joe Henry, who joins her on her new album Knuckle Down.

Also, short reviews of:
Pink Floyd: THE PINK FLOYD AND SYD BARRETT STORY
Paul Motian Trio: I HAVE THE ROOM ABOVE HER
Paula Morelenbaum: BERIMBAUM
Animal Collective: SUNG TONGS
Sage Francis: A HEALTHY DISTRUST
The Futureheads: THE FUTUREHEADS
The Zutons: WHO KILLED THE ZUTONS?

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: A pinch of Sage

FILM

This week's trailers:
ALONE IN THE DARK

Worth the Trip:
The Take at the Brattle Theatre.
Dolls at the Brattle.

THEATER

The comedic Better-n-Indins demonstrates what it is to be misunderstood as a human being, Indian or not. By Bill Rodriguez.

Bill Rodriguez sits around like an appalled drawing room guest, gawking at the timeless greed and family brawling on display in the play, The Little Foxes.

Ricardo Pitts-Wiley's and Robert Schleeter's lyrics from Man, Woman, Chaos wrap the audience in many tales of love.

Worth the Trip:
Whoís Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Wilbur Theatre.
The Moonlight Room at the Arts Plaza Theater.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Cuban Prints" at Massachusetts College of Artís Presidentís Gallery.
"°Dominicanazo!: The New Dominican Wave in Art" at Samson Projects.

BOOKS

Jon Garelick says Malcolm Gladwell's book, "Blink is between the amusing and the profound."

TELEVISION

Hot dots: SUNDAY 6: 6:00 (64) Super Bowl XXXIX. The Pats versus the Philadelphia Eagles. Actually, this will be going on all day; just tune in Fox or any ESPN channel & you can find out how many mosquito bites Tom Brady expects to get on his throwing hand.

FOOD

With a sniff of saffron and curry, Johnette Rodriguez floats away to India.

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