Powered by Google
Home
New This Week
Listings
8 days
- - - - - - - - - - - -
Art
Astrology
Books
Dance
Food
Hot links
Movies
Music
News + Features
Television
Theater
- - - - - - - - - - - -
Classifieds
Adult
Personals
Adult Personals
- - - - - - - - - - - -
Archives
Work for us
RSS


Table of contents for week of April 15, 2005

With 75 percent of ex-offenders returning to prison within five years, politicians are finally realizing that a Prisoner Reintegration Center is needed. Alexander Provan talks with ex-offenders about the prison system.

Chip Young talks BoSox.

While network news flounders toward the future, the present belongs to NPR. By Dan Kennedy.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Catch-22, Vatican-style

Out There: Courting derision

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Left hanging

Savage Love: All you zombies

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
LITERARY LIFE: Rushdie stays an optimist in challenging times
TALKING POLITICS: Bolton becomes an early issue in Senate contest
THE EPICURE: Apple remains fond of Rhody, corruption and all

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Revival Preachers make a convert out of Bob Gulla.

Ken Micallef talks with Butch Vig about rebuilding Garbage, the band, and the creative energy that came to be their new album, Bleed like Me.

Ted Drozdowski talks with Merle Haggard about boozing, robbing, singing and living.

Also, short reviews of:
Ash: MELTDOWN
Bonnie "Prince" Billy & Matt Sweeney: SUPERWOLF
Danny Howells: GLOBAL UNDERGROUND #027: MIAMI
Charles Lloyd: JUMPING THE CREEK
Magnolia Electric Co.: WHAT COMES AFTER THE BLUES
Ariel Pink: WORN COPY
Amy Ray: PROM

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Hankering for a good time?

FILM

This week's trailers:
OFF THE MAP

Worth the Trip:
Oldboy at the Kendall Square.
Memories of Murder at the Brattle Theatre.
Alain Resnais at the HFA.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez talks with Amanda Dehnert and Charles Strouse about their newest creation, You'll Never Know.

Worth the Trip:
My Price Point at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Olly’s Prison at Zero Arrow Theatre.

ART

Bill Rodriguez views life through the lens of Jane Calvin and the pencil of Lilla Samson.

Worth the Trip:
"Abelardo Morell: New Photographs" and "Mary Lum: Tracing the City (Part II)" at Bernard Toale Gallery.
"Henry Horenstein: Humans" at the tClifford-Smith Gallery.
"Spring Formal: Jennifer Riley, John Mendelsohn, Donna Avedisian" at OH + T Gallery.

BOOKS

Nina MacLaughlin says David Eggers' How We Are Hungry's writing is worth appreciating.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: SUNDAY 17: 9:00 (44) Indie Select: Last Call: Dreams, Main Street, and Search for Community. A send-up for the long-defunct Bosun's Locker, a colorful bar on Nantucket, as an example of what happens when new money stomps on traditional community.

FOOD

Memphis Roadhouse's southern hospitality leaves a smile on Bill Rodriguez's face.

SPECIALS

Listings Index
Personals
Classifieds








home | feedback | masthead | about the phoenix | find the phoenix | advertising info | privacy policy | work for us

 © 2000 - 2017 Phoenix Media Communications Group