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Table of contents for week of August 19, 2005

As part of a wider flowering of Rhode Island suds, the fabled Narragansett Beer seeks a fresh audience. By Ian Donnis

Barry Crimmins visits Camp Casey and watches Bush supporters reduced to tears at the sight of crosses bearing the names of American soldiers.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: School daze

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Lay Delay

Savage Love: Be a man

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
GIVE IT UP: Narragansett Electric boosts its collection effort
BUDDING PROSPECTS: Southside Community Land Trust offers power to the people
CITYWATCH: At long last, local hiring ordinance moves forward

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla has the rhythm, blues and festival details.

Jon Garelick gives Newport Jazz Festival’s annual health report.

Eliot Wilder reviews Pernice Brothers' Discover a Lovelier You.

Also, short reviews of:
311: DON’T TREAD ON ME
JAMES BLOOD ULMER: BIRTHRIGHT
THE JIM YOSHII PILE-UP: PICKS US APART
LE NOMBRE: SCÉNARIO CATASTROPHE
SUPERPITCHER: TODAY
WOODEN WAND & THE VANISHING VOICE: XIAO

Worth the Trip:
Rolling Stones + Black Eyed Peas at Fenway Park.

FILM

Peter Keough reviews Jim Jarmusch's Broken Flowers.

This week's trailers:
THE 40-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN
THE ARISTOCRATS
THE BEST OF YOUTH
RED EYE
SUPERCROSS
VALIANT

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez says, "The NewGate Theatre adaptation of Aristophanes’s The Frogs nonetheless succeeds in making the world an entertainingly smaller place for 75 minutes."

Worth the Trip:
Living Room in Africa at the Gloucester Stage Company.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Maggie Taylor: Then Again" + "John Chervinsky: CaCO3" at the Griffin Museum of Photography.
"A New Kind of Historical Evidence: Photographs from the Carpenter Center Collection" at the Fogg Art Museum.

BOOKS

Bill Rodriguez talks with Dr. Peter D. Kramer, author of Listening to Prozac, about moving to radio and pop psychology.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 24: 1:00 AM [44] AMERICAN MASTERS: RALPH ELLISON | A bio-doc of Invisible Man novelist Ellison, whose one published work changed the way we think about being black in America.

FOOD

Maria's Seaside Café's steady reputation for great food, impeccable service, and a comfortable atmosphere doesn't disappoint Johnette Rodriguez.

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