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Table of contents for week of August 5, 2005

Although fresh investment is a boon for Providence, concerns persist about displacement and the pace of planning. By Ian Donnis.

Deidre Fulton shoots guns with the women of the NRA.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: No steroids here

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Good Gift

Savage Love: How that happens

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
SUPREME BATTLE: Reed and Chafee try to decode John Roberts
TURNED ON: Plan offers temporary utility help to the poor
LONDON CALLING: Britsí post-terror stoicism offers a lesson in liberty

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

It's time to show you care. Bob Gulla has the happenings of the Lost but Not Forgotten 2005 Music Festival, the ONE campaign, and more.

Nick Sylvester tells readers how to soup up their iPods.

Also, short reviews of:
COLLEEN: THE GOLDEN MORNING BREAKS
EMINEM: EMINEM PRESENTS THE ANGER MANAGEMENT TOUR
MARKUS GUENTNER: 1981
IDIOT PILOT: STRANGE WE SHOULD MEET HERE
SECRET MACHINES: THE ROAD LEADS WHERE ITíS LED
VARIOUS ARTISTS: YOU AINíT TALKINí TO ME: CHARLIE POOLE AND THE ROOTS OF COUNTRY MUSIC

Worth the Trip:
The Knitters at Paradise Rock Club.
Robby Roadsteamer + the Ducky Boys + Far from Finished at Paradise Rock Club.
Bob Mould at Paradise Rock Club.

FILM

Cherry Arnold tells Cianciís story to Bill Rodriguez and to all of Rhode Island in her film Buddy.

This week's trailers:
THE DUKES OF HAZZARD
SKY HIGH

Worth the Trip:
Broken Flowers in Boston.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez says, "2nd Story Theatre's Matchmaker well conveys the whistling-in-the-dark gaiety of Wilder's intentions in fine style in."



Worth the Trip:
A Number at the Payomet Performing Arts Center.
Hazzard County at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater.
The Taming of the Shrew at Shakespeare and Company.
The Comedy of Errors at the Publick Theatre.

ART

Bill Rodriguez takes a walk through the landscapes and cityscapes of Rhode Island at "Urban Un Urban" at Providence Art Club.

Worth the Trip:
Edgar Degas at Harvard.

BOOKS

Ted Drozdowski reads Anthony DeCurtis' In Other Words on the art of the interview.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 11: 8:00 [10] THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS ON LIVE TV | Lots of stuff that's gone wrong, including some clips of our president.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez says, "Tav-Vino is a pleasant place for a bite and a brew."

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