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Table of contents for week of March 4, 2005

Dan Kennedy asks the question: "Is Jon Stewart too smart for his own good?"

Deirdre Fulton gives her opening statement before silicone implants go on trial.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Follies go on cruise control

Out There: Cash cowed

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Got faith?

Savage Love: Truth or consequences

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
ANNALS OF LABOR: Wobbly centennial to be marked in Providence
TALKING POLITICS: Civil Rights Roundtable questions Carcieri on equal opportunity
CITYWATCH: Planned luxury condos tower marks a new age downtown

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla hears Wretched Asylum's musical side through all the theatrics.

As indie takes back rock radio, Steve Bays, Hot Hot Heat's lead singer isn't feeling the pressure to join the momentum. By Nick Sylvester.

Also, short reviews of:
Eric Clapton: SESSIONS FOR ROBERT J
Jesu: JESU
Adam Green: GEMSTONES
Pit Er Pat: SHAKEY
Hawthorne Heights: THE SILENCE IN BLACK AND WHITE
Mu: OUT OF BREACH
Moby: HOTEL

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Not U2

FILM

This week's trailers:
BE COOL
MAN OF THE HOUSE
CURSED
THE JACKET

Worth the Trip:
"Visions from the South: Korean Cinema 1960–2005" at the Harvard Film Archive.
The Nomi Song at the Brattle Theatre.

THEATER

A goddess of her time, Venus Irving-Prescott, will join AS220's performers in Camp Cabaret to celebrate the sequined glory that was the 1950s and '60s. Bill Rodriguez talks with Venus.

Worth the Trip:
The Producers at the Colonial Theatre.
Homebody/Kabul at the Boston Center for the Arts.

DANCE

A dancer's body and the way she views it is very important, especially in Alexandra Beller's "Diet Coke Can Save Your Life." Johnette Rodriguez talks to Beller about creating the piece with Rhode Island College Dance Company and what it says about the world's view of women's bodies.

Johnette Rodriguez chats with Chris Elam about his dance company and their unusual movements and expressions.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Dreaming Now" at the Rose Art Museum.

TELEVISION

Joyce Millman calls Fat Actress compulsively watchable and changes her opinion of westerns when Deadwood shows her the gold flashing through the dirt.

Hot dots: MONDAY 7: 9:45 (44) California Dreamin': The Story of the Mamas and the Papas. A history of the remarkably influential West Coast band who transitioned radio pop into drug music before the grown-ups even noticed.

FOOD

With Happy Days' like smiles and 50s décor, Jigger's Diner is serving up a tasty breakfast. By Johnette Rodriguez.

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