Table of contents for week of February 25, 2005
Ian Donnis talks with those trying to stop the fat cats and clean up the elections.
Phoenix writers reflect on Hunter S. Thompson and the impact he made.
It's all fun and games, even when someone gets hurt. Mitch Krpata reviews this years' top-shelf video game titles.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Hunter and pioneer
Out There: I’m not with the band
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Wise up
Savage Love: Curbing the dogs
Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: Lieutenant governor's job a focus of interest for 2006
HEALTH-CARE: New HIV strain in NYC poses concern
Astrology: Moon Signs
Bob Gulla gets pumped up and jammed in at WBRU's Rock Hunt.
Also, short reviews of:
Q and Not U: POWER
The Frames: BURN THE MAPS
Ian Brown: SOLARIZED
Steve Barton: CHARM OFFENSIVE
Beep Beep: BUSINESS CASUAL
Lee Ann Womack: THERE’S MORE WHERE THAT CAME FROM
Mark Geary: GHOSTS
Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Hard and harder
Worth the Trip:
"Maurice Pialat Retrospective" at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Be ready to laugh because Now That's Funny! is full of one-liners, vaudeville routines, and juvenile humor. By Bill Rodriguez.
Bill Rodriguez watches two aristocrats ruin lives for sport in the late 18th-century soap opera, Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
Worth the Trip:
John & Jen at Stoneham Theatre.
Red Herring; Quartet
at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
at the Wilbur Theatre.
Urban Bush Women bring African dances to Providence. By Johnette Rodriguez.
The spiritual past meets the technological future in Lostwax's dance piece, Rest/Less. By Johnette Rodriguez.
Darcey Steinke's book Milk takes Julia Hanna on a strange journey through a sexual spiritual world.
Hot dots: THURSDAY 3: 8:00 (2) Cuba Mia: Portrait of an All-Woman Orchestra. A film covering the Camerata Romeu as it prepares to perform classical music from Latin composers at the Basilica of St. Francis in Havana.
At Bluefin Grille, Bill Rodriguez dines from the sea like an aristocrat sailing the Titanic.