Table of contents for week of February 11, 2005
Is an opening in the Senate tempting enough for Jim Langevin to give up a possible lifetime appointment in the House? Ian Donnis investigates.
Tamara Wieder talks sex and politics with best-selling author and former Playboy columnist Susie Bright.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Put on your running shoes
Out There: Exercising my rights
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Use your head
Savage Love: Thatís sick
Plus, this just in:
THE SPORTING LIFE: The common man searches for Sox tickets
GOOD FOR US: Phoenix papers snag 18 NEPA awards
TROUBLED ELECTIONS: Problems scrutinized in state Senate race
THE ELEMENTS: Are Rhode Islanders weather wimps?
Astrology: Moon Signs
Rattlehead Records is rattling their way into 2005. Bob Gulla talks with RattleHead's Sean Sands about the year ahead.
Also, short reviews of:
Hubert Sumlin: ABOUT THEM SHOES
Kreator: ENEMY OF GOD
Lemon Jelly: í64Ėí95
The Bars: INTRODUCING . . .
Jess Klein: STRAWBERRY LOVER
Parker & Lily: THE LOW LOWS
Jens Lekman: WHEN I SAID I WANTED TO BE YOUR DOG
Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: St. Valentine's Day massacre
This week's trailers:
POOHíS HEFFALUMP MOVIE
THE WEDDING DATE
Worth the Trip:
"African Film Festival" at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Inside Deep Throat at the Kendall Square.
"Life and death. Suffering and joy. Violence and pacifism. Red Noses, by Peter Barnes, leaves nothing out," says Bill Rodriguez.
Bill Rodriguez is swept up in the off-again-on-again fiery storm of Eddie and May's relationship in the play Fool for Love.
The family melodrama of Jar the Floor helps Bill Rodriguez feel better about his family.
Worth the Trip:
The Sanctuary Lamp at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Voices in the Dark: 3 Plays by Samuel Beckett at the Piano Factor.
Whether you like comedy or tragedy, Festival Ballet Providence has two ballets that will captivate you with their stories, says Johnette Rodriguez.
"Haruki Murakami's Kafka on the Shore can be read as one long middle-of-the-night trumpet solo that noodles as far out onto the branch of believability as sound can go. And then, by keeping us distracted, it makes the branch disappear," says John Freeman.
Joyce Millman reviews the women from Medium and Point Pleasant, a psychic mom and satan's spawn.
Hot dots: SATURDAY 12: 8:00 (6) A Charlie Brown Valentine. Chuck actually gets up the nerve to call the little red-haired girl and ask her to the Valentine's Day dance, but then he misdials and ends up with Peppermint Patty. We donít even want to think what Freud would say.
Johnette Rodriguez eats to capacity at her new neighborhood favorite, Oak.