Table of contents for week of April 8, 2005
Ian Donnis investigates the future of public radio stations like WRNI in Rhode Island.
The Pope: the good, the bad and how the media sees him. By Dan Kennedy.
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Give everyone a chance
Out There: The horror
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Doggy style
Savage Love: The ties that bind
Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: The return of Sheldon Whitehouse
CITYWATCH: Conley touts a facelift for Allens Avenue waterfront
CARNAL CARNIVAL: Sex workers lay down some naked truths
Astrology: Moon Signs
Providence is being invaded, but don't worry: you will enjoy the experience as local bands play to the unsuspecting average business folks at one of 75 locations throughout the city streets. By Bob Gulla.
Franklin Soults talks hip-hop with M.I.A.
Also, short reviews of:
Averi: DRAWN TO REVOLVING DOORS
Daft Punk: HUMAN AFTER ALL
Fantômas: SUSPENDED ANIMATION
M.C. Lars: THE LAPTOP EP
Ulrich Schnauss: A STRANGELY ISOLATED PLACE
The Stands: ALL YEARS LEAVING
M. Ward: TRANSISTOR RADIO
Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: General Patton
Drew Barrymore and the Red Sox, what's not to love? Peter Keough reviews the romantic comedy, Fever Pitch.
This week's trailers:
The craziness has hit the road and it's headed for Providence. Johnette Rodriguez talks with New York-based director and choreographer Joey McKneely about taking Crazy for You on the road.
What happened to Ismene after the whole Oedipus family drama? David Eliet's Ismene imagines the conclusion. By Bill Rodriguez.
Bill Rodriguez falls in love with Love Song: A New Musical Revue.
Worth the Trip:
Constant Star at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre.
The Phantom of the Opera at the Opera House .
Gagarin Way at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Worth the Trip:
"Bruce Bemis: Reciprocal Illumination" at the Mills Gallery in the Boston Center for the Arts.
"The Dictionary Project" at the Brickbottom Gallery.
"Calling All Isabellas Day" at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Johnette Rodriguez pays a tribute to poet Robert Creeley.
Its magic, its gothic sexual romance, and its less-mighty-than-myth quality, put Jeannette Winterson's, Lighthousekeeping, in fairy-tale mode. By Nina MacLaughlin.
Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 13: 10:00 (2) Pola's March. A powerful documentary following Holocaust survivor Pola Sußwein on a field trip (with 200 students) from Israel to Poland to revisit the scenes of various horrors.
With a variety of beers and cuisines, Ivy Tavern is more than just your average sports bar. By Johnette Rodriguez.