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Table of contents for week of July 15, 2005

On the 20th anniversary of AS220, Ian Donnis talks with Bert Crenca about how the upstart arts group survived and thrived in Providence.

Mark Jurkowitz takes us through the media response to the London bombings and its effect on Americans.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Free Judith Miller!

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Balled out

Savage Love: Bi and large

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
LETTER FROM LONDON: A vague sense of foreboding now fulfilled
CITYWATCH : Struever Brothers targets ambitious development in Valley neighborhood
HONEY, HONEY: The Hive Archive stirs a new buzz

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Kill Kill Kill Kill Kill at the Cable Car, Jake's Bar & Grille's sixth anniversary blockbuster jamboree, and more local happening from Bob Gulla.

Mac Randall talks with Embrace about coming back to the U.S. again for the first time.

Also, short reviews of:
LONGWAVE: THERE’S A FIRE
LORETTA LYNN: THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION
MUDVAYNE: LOST AND FOUND
VARIOUS ARTISTS : FRIENDS AND LOVERS: SONGS OF BREAD
YELLO: THE EYE
YING YANG TWINS : TU.S.A.: UNITED STATE OF ATLANTA

Worth the Trip:
gdg, Glacier Park, Mike Tamburo, and Cin Cin , July 22, at Zeitgeist Gallery.

FILM

Golden ticket or bitter chocolate? Brett Michel reviews Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Peter Keough says, "Wedding Crashers' premise is cynical and sexist, and as played out by Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughan, it's ripe for uproarious comeuppance."

This week's trailers:
DARK WATER
FANTASTIC FOUR
LA MARCHE DE L’EMPEREUR/MARCH OF THE PENGUINS

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez's evening begins and ends hilariously at Outbursts 2, a variety of five short plays.

"The Canoe is a quiet little excursion that gets us more and more interested the deeper we travel into it," says Bill Rodriguez.

Worth the Trip:
Arcadia at the Publick Theatre.
Lady Windemere’s Fan at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Dinner with Friends at at Gloucester Stage Company.
Slanguage at the Boston Center for the Arts.

DANCE

"Seeing the Connor/Noble Dance Company perform outdoors and getting a below-the-scenes tour of Fort Adams will certainly stir up the audience's senses beyond just seeing and hearing," says Johnette Rodriguez.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"The Repetitive Mark" at Gallery NAGA.
"Summer Invitational" at Nielsen Gallery.
"Group Show" at the Barbara Krakow Gallery.
"Fine Choices" at the Pucker Gallery.

BOOKS

Joyce Millman speculates who the Half-Blood Prince in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 20: 9:00 [2] AMERICAN MASTERS: BOB NEWHART: UNBUTTONED.This show looks at Bob Newhart's career from stand-up to TV star. Plus interviews with the comics he inspired.

FOOD

Feast or Famine -- the name and the manifesto. Bill Rodriguez eats, drinks, and is merry at Feast or Famine, a restaurant that prides itself on " do it right or don't do it at all.

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