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Table of contents for week of March 18, 2005

The cheers and jeers Providence Journal's high-profile editorial columnist Edward Achorn has been receiving, has Ian Donnis searching for the man behind the elegant writing and sharp-edged views.

Prohibition -- is it back? Mike Milliard wonders where all these bans and rules on smoking and boozing are headed.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: With time they wear us down

Out There: Hot wheels

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Animal instinct

Savage Love: Rules of attraction

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
MEDICAL MARIJUANA: An uphill battle, despite legislative support
DIVERSE NEEDS: Doctor targets better care for LGBT community
CITYWATCH: Biltmore rebuffed in attempt to privatize city sidewalk

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Jo Jo Gator has come home and his team, Gator World, is looking for excellent rock and pop-rock bands and artists to represent. Bob Gulla knows what to do and who to see.

Nick Sylvester rags on 50 cent and the Game for their Wrestlemania tactics and bragging lyrics.

Also, short reviews of:
Asobi Seksu: ASOBI SEKSU
Vanessa Carlton: HARMONIUM
Mike Doughty: SKITTISH/ROCKITY ROLL
Jennifer Gentle: VALENDE
The Peels: THE PEELS
Ann Rabson: IN A FAMILY WAY
Seemless: SEEMLESS

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Pond scum

FILM

This week's trailers:
GUNNER PALACE
HOSTAGE
ICE PRINCESS
THE WILD PARROTS OF TELEGRAPH HILL

Worth the Trip:
Steamboy at the Kendall Square.
Sunset Story at the Brattle.
Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1900 at the Coolidge Corner theater.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez gets dolled up for an evening of nightclub drag queen acts and 17th-century cross dressers in Compleat Female Stage Beauty.

From melodrama to rock cabaret, the Pig Iron Theatre Company does it all. Bill Rodriguez talks with director and Pig Iron co-founder Dan Rothenberg about the lack that the company seeks to address.

Worth the Trip:
Dido, Queen of Carthage at the Loeb Drama Center.

DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez talks with Thomas Palmer about Island Moving Company's interpretation of Frederick Sommer's drawings of musical scores.

Johnette Rodriguez is entranced by the movement of the dancers and the mood of the pieces in the "Up CLOSE, on HOPE" series at Festival Ballet Providence.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Peter Kayafas: Selected Photographs, 1992–2004" and "Tama Hochbaum: Claire with Flowers" at Gallery Kayafas.

BOOKS

In his memoir American Ghosts, "David Plante gives us a vision that will be familiar to many immigrants and "aliens" in America while he writes of the ghosts in all our pasts," says William Corbett.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: THURSDAY 24: 9:00 (2) Dirty War. An HBO Films drama about a hypothetical "dirty bomb" attack on central London. Followed by a panel discussion of how a similar terrorist attack might play out in an American city.

FOOD

With tons of chains lining Route 2 in Warwick, Johnette Rodriguez is pleased to dine on Fat Cat Deli & Café's diverse cuisine.

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