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Table of contents for week of July 8, 2005

Before being vetoed by Governor Carcieri, Rhode Island's Senate stood poised to pass the dutchie to those in need of medical marijuana. Ian Donnis looks into what that means for other states.

The 2008 presidential election is well under way and presidential hopefuls are continuing to raise money by the bushel through their leadership PACs, and hand it out in early-primary states. David Bernstein talks PACs.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Pieces of 8

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Don't be a jerk

Savage Love: Baby bust

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: Child-care ainít childís play: So why is it OK for the ProJo to call grown women a "babysitters"?
RANT: [Definitely not] flying the friendly skies
ALTERNATIVE POLITICS: RI Greens target local racese

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla has some worthwhile new records from Dancing Dogs and other unexpected ambitious sources.

Their a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n' roll. Franklin Soults listens to Lucinda Williams's Live @ the Fillmore and Shelby Lynne's Suit Yourself.

Ted Drozdowski maps out Brian Eno's career and sphere of influence.

Also, short reviews of:
NIC ARMSTRONG & THE THIEVES: THE GREATEST WHITE LIAR
THE MELVINS: MANGLED DEMOS FROM 1983
THE POSIES: EVERY KIND OF LIGHT
THE SIGHTS: THE SIGHTS
DAVE VAN RONK: THE MAYOR OF MACDOUGAL STREET: RARITIES 1957-1969

FILM

This week's trailers:
ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW

Worth the Trip:
The Tenth Annual Boston French Film Festival at the Museum of Fine Arts.

THEATER

Johnette Rodriguez clowns around with Big Apple Circus' Grandma clown.

Worth the Trip:
Follies at the Barrington Stage.
The Father at the Berkshire Theater Festival.
Hamlet at the Parade Ground.

ART

Watercolors become living landscapes on the canvases of "Luminous Landscapes: British Watercolors from the Museum's Collection" at the Rhode Island School of Design's Museum of Art. By Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
"The Kingdom of Siam: The Art of Central Thailand, 1350Ė1800" at Salemís Peabody Essex Museum.
"Girls on Film" at Harvardís Sert Gallery.
"What Is Big?" at the Brickbottom Gallery.
ArtBeat 2005 in Somerville.

TELEVISION

Chris Nelson tells us what's cooking on Hell's Kitchen.

Hot dots: THURSDAY 14: 10:00 [2] AN ICE CREAM SHOW | Rick Sabek's food travelogue focuses on ice cream. Sabek crosses the country from San Francisco, where they sell tea ice creams, to Penn State, where they teach people how to make the stuff.

FOOD

Jim's Dock gives Johnette Rodriguez a real taste of being "at the beach."

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