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Table of contents for week of July 22, 2005

Brian C. Jones talks taxes.

Adam Reilly asks, "Will the Democrats push the first presidential contest out of New Hampshire?"

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Whoops!

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: The Other Man

Savage Love: Educate me

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
LOCAL MOTION: RIPTA gets help, but its future remains uncertain
JUST WONDERING: What will it take for the Dems to show some guts?
TALKING POLITICS: Another battle in RI’s never-ending casino wars

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Are you ready for SoundSession '05? Bob Gulla talks with Curator Donald King about the multi-stage, multi-genre, cultural event happening downtown.

Crack pipes, blowjobs, see-through unitards, plus bass lines and rock history - James Parker learns about it all in rock books that rock.

Also, short reviews of:
GRAVY TRAIN!!!!: ARE YOU WIGGLIN?
PELICAN: THE FIRE IN OUR THROATS WILL BECKON THE THAW
BRIAN SETZER: ROCKABILLY RIOT VOL. 1: A TRIBUTE TO SUN RECORDS
MARIA TAYLOR: 11:11
PETER RAUHOFER: LIVE @ ROXY, VOL. 4
BJÖRN WENNÅS: STATIC

Worth the Trip:
Pernice Brothers at Middle East downstairs.
Al Kooper and the Funky Faculty at Lowell Summer Music Festival.
Frank Smith at Middle East upstairs.

FILM

The Island mixes car chases and astounding action sequences with down-to-earth issues like abortion and stem-cell research. Peter Keough reviews.

Peter Keough discusses how being politically correct ruined the Bad News Bears.

This week's trailers:
THE DEVIL’S REJECTS
HUSTLE & FLOW

Worth the Trip:
Caterina in the Big City at the the Brattle.

THEATER

Like a car accident, a public lovers quarrel is something you can't help but watch. Bill Rodriguez watches two cheating lovers pound out yet another variation on the eternal fugue of dysfunctional romance gone horribly wrong in Warfare.

Bill Rodriguez is fascinated by the interplay of the characters in Those Who Can, Do.

Worth the Trip:
Ice Glen in repertory through September 4.
Wharton One-Acts in repertory through September 4.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Degas at Harvard" at Fogg Art Museum.
"Playscape — Exploring the Landscape of Play and Games" at artSPACE@16.
"Flesh and Foundation" at Art Interactive.

BOOKS

Crumb has always spilled every bad thought he had onto the page, so he could point and laugh at it. Now, he is doing it on a grander scale with The R. Crumb Handbook, a survey of his life, opinions and art. By Douglas Wolk.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: TUESDAY 26: 10:00 [2] SECRETS OF THE DEAD: THE SEARCH FOR THE FIRST HUMAN | Trouble is, he/she is a long time gone. But they found some bones in Kenya that are so old, they could be that fabled missing link.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez takes her family to Bolivian Restaurant for some warm family service and the comfort of simple but delicious food.

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