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Table of contents for week of March 11, 2005

New England winters may scare most from Rhode Island's beaches, but not the true surfers. Whit Allen surfs the Rhode Island winter waves and checks out the east coast surfing scene.

Ian Donnis keeps an eye on the Providence Journal and an ear on Cranston Mayor Laffey's new Friday-morning talk-show on WPRO-AM.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Laffey-able

Out There: AC/DC straight, no chaser

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Ch-ch-changes

Savage Love: Oral solutions

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
THE MUCKRAKER: Seymour Hersh warns of more dark times
NAKED TRUTHS: RISD's Sex Club pushes the boundaries
ANNALS OF DISSENT: Critics to mark second anniversary of US war in Iraq

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Local bands are taking the road less traveled and not taking their cues from popular radio. Bob Gulla loads up his cd player with the sounds of Urdog, the Slip, Fred Kendall Abong, and more.

Matt Ashare remembers the Ike Reilly he knew in 2000 and enjoys the new and improved Ike Reilly Assassination.

Also, short reviews of:
Dropkick Murphys: SINGLES COLLECTION VOLUME 2 — 1984-2004, B-SIDES, COVERS, COMPS & OTHER CRAP
Bettie Serveert: ATTAGIRL
Early Day Miners: ALL HARM ENDS HERE
Josh Rouse: NASHVILLE
Ada: BLONDIE
Masters of Persian Music: FARYAD
John Hammond: IN YOUR ARMS AGAIN

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Forget me knot

FILM

In the aftermath of the smoke shop incident and the wake of a possible casino, In the Shadow of the Crow: The Legacies of the Narragansetts seeks to report the truth. By Bill Rodriguez.

This week's trailers:
THE PACIFIER
ROBOTS

Worth the Trip:
Masculin féminin/Masculine Feminine at the Kendall Square.
Gegen die Wand/Head-On at the Coolidge Corner.

THEATER

Worth the Trip:
Anna in the Tropics at the Boston Center for the Arts.
The Cook at Hartford Stage.
The Sea Horse at the Nora Theatre Company at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.

ART

Frederick Sommer freezes the dancer's form in his photographs featured in, "Consent to Gravity: Frederick Sommer's Photographs and Musical Scores." By Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
"Speed, Style, and Beauty: Cars from the Ralph Lauren Collection" at the Museum of Fine Arts.
"Chairs" at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

BOOKS

For Anamika, protagonist of Abha Dawesar's Babyji, sex isn't biology it's physics, at least until emotions are calculated in. Clea Simon reviews.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: MONDAY 14: 8:30 (2) The Great American Songbook. Michael Feinstein hosts a collection of pop numbers covering the 20th century and the songwriters who set the tone for the era, as it were.

FOOD

Forget popcorn and nachos at the movies, Bill Rodriguez enjoys panini and gelato with his movie at Revival House Cinema & Café.

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