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Table of contents for week of February 18, 2005

It may seem like a fairytale but it's not. Robin Amer tells the story of Pawtucket's (a/k/a "the Bucket's") artistic rebirth.

They call it the war against terrorism. Dan Kennedy investigates the secret war the White House has waged against the 1966 Freedom of Information Act.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Don’t blink

Out There: One angry man

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Put on the brakes

Savage Love: Dress for success

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: RI proponents renew push for gay marriage
CITYWATCH: Is a more restrictive Arcade good for downtown?
DEPT. OF EVIL GENIUS: Credit where credit's doo-doo

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla reflects on the changes, or lack-thereof, in the music scene, in musicians and in his own musical involvement since the Station fire.

Franklin Soults bridges the ages and discusses artists like Nellie McKay who are bringing pre-rock into the new rock scene.

Also, short reviews of:
High on Fire: BLESSED BLACK WINGS
Buddy Miller: UNIVERSAL UNITED HOUSE OF PRAYER
Precious Bryant: THE TRUTH
Prefuse 73: SURROUNDED BY SILENCE
The Music: WELCOME TO THE NORTH
The Moaners: DARK SNACK
Sightings: ARRIVED IN GOLD

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Ida know, do you?

FILM

This week's trailers:
SON OF THE MASK
BECAUSE OF WINN-DIXIE
CONSTANTINE

Worth the Trip:
Nobody Knows at the Kendall Square.
Distance (2001) at the Harvard Film Archive this Friday, February 18.

THEATER

Steve Vineberg remembers Arthur Miller and his plays.

Bill Rodriguez laughs along to the Trinity Repertory company's The Molière Impromptu.

Worth the Trip:
Trumbo: Red, White & Blacklisted at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Blue/Orange at the Boston Center for the Arts.
the far side of the moon at the Loeb Drama Center.

DANCE

Providence College Dance Company's annual Blackfriars concert will christen the new Smith Center for the Arts. Johnette Rodriguez talks with choreographer/performer Christina Tsoules about the event.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Pretty Sweet: The Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art" at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park.
"Lalla Essaydi: Converging Territories" at Laurence Miller Gallery.

BOOKS

Bill Rodriguez talks with former Chief of the Cherokee Nation, Wilma Mankiller about assimilation and cultural identity before she gives the keynote address at the second annual Ivy Native Council Conference.

Douglas Wolk trips back in time to a fantasy world of 1602 with Neil Gaiman's new book Marvel 1602.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: FRIDAY 18: 9:00 (44) American Experience: Kinsey. You saw the movie with Liam Neeson and Laura Linney. Now here's the documentary about the researcher who dragged America's sexual habits out of the closet.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez finally beats the crowd to Gold's.

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