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Table of contents for week of April 22, 2005

After toiling in the vineyards of the state Senate, the well-respected legislator Elizabeth Roberts makes her move for lieutenant governor. By Ian Donnis.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Who stands for human dignity?

Out There: Periodical insanity

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Tongue-tied

Savage Love: People helping people

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
CITYWATCH: In detective's death, sympathy goes to the police
IN MEMORIAM: The Projo's Hauser is gone, but not forgotten
CELEBRITY SKIN: Not-so-plain Jane makes her own calamity


Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Mark Renburke calls on the best for his self-titled debut disc. By Bob Gulla.

You've probably heard of a fellow named Dizzee Rascal at this point, but if you're still not sure what the story is with this genre of rap they call "grime," then Nick Sylvester has the answers you're looking for.

Also, short reviews of:
Adrian Belew: SIDE ONE
Clem Snide: END OF LOVE
Dr. Dog: EASY BEAT
Ed Harcourt: STRANGERS
Hella: CHURCH GONE WILD/CHIRPINí HARD
Damien Jurado: ON MY WAY TO ABSENCE
Sylvie Lewis: TANGOS AND TANTRUMS

Go for a ride:
Roadtripping: Since she been gone

FILM

This week's trailers:
A LOT LIKE LOVE
THE AMITYVILLE HORROR
THE INTERPRETER
KUNG FU HUSTLE

Worth the Trip:
The Independent Film Festival of Boston

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez reviews NewGate's on-again-off-again Polish Joke.

Robert Rauschenberg, the Pop Art pioneer, isnít really the subject of Charles L. Meeís bobrauschenbergamerica, but his imagination is. By Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
Othello at Hartford Stage

ART

Bill Rodriguez marvels at some small-scale wonders at Rhode Island College.

Worth the Trip:
The 2005 DeCordova Annual, and "Over + Over" in Andover

BOOKS

Johnette Rodriguez says Khaled Hosseiniís breakthrough novel The Kite Runner soars. She talks with Hosseini.

Douglas Wolk throws a coming-out party for the latest generation of mainstream comics, including the stellar Birds of Prey and Daredevil.

Johnette Rodriguez eulogizes Faith McNulty, who died last week at the age of 86.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 27: 8:00 (2) Cooking Under Fire. PBS goes reality on us with this 'fast-paced' cookoff series whose winner will get a job at one of Todd English's NYC restaurants. Todd will be judging, along with chef Ming Tsai & food writer Michael Ruhlma

FOOD

If you're wondering what to eat this Passover, why not consult the books of renowned cookbook author Joan Nathan? By Johnette Rodriguez.

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