NEWS & FEATURES
Lance Tapley investigates whether or not the Maine Green Party is receiving fair treatment.
Harvey Silvergate takes at harder look at John Roberts' record.
Mark Jurkowitz looks inside the potential Village Voice-New Times merger, and finds the situation rife with hypocrisy.
Jason Baziner gets thoughts on the Gaza pullout from Robert Tillman, an Israeli ex-pat living in Maine.
Plus, this just in:
STREET RUMBLINGS CCE schedules meeting to clear air
FOLLOWING UP Ironing out sweatshop rules
FROM BEYOND Neal Dow: easy-going guy
FASHION SCENE T-shirts, the next generation
DIGITAL MUSIC 99 cents isnít enough for major labels
REPRO RIGHTS No decision is a bad decision
Politics and other mistakes
Letters to the Editor
Sam Pfeifle on Dead Season.
Matt Ashare gets all OC on us with Death Cab and Sufjan Stevens.
Chris Nelson talks to Diplo as he bids adieu to the world of DJing.
Ted Drozdowski checks out Galás.
Alex Pasternack digs Xiu Xiu.
Also, short reviews of:
DEATH OF A DYNASTY
ROBBIE FULKS GEORGIA HARD
INARA GEORGE ALL RISE
JIMMIE DALE GILMORE COME ON BACK
THE ROLLING STONES A BIGGER BANG
SONNY ROLLINS WITHOUT A SONG: THE 9/11 CONCERT
Short reviews of:
Worth the trip:
Peter Keough recommends checking out new retrospectives on Kubrick and Malle.
Megan Grumbling on sketch troupe The Escapists.
Worth the trip:
BUG and Abyssinia
Ian Paige on Michael Queenland at the ICA.
Katie Bell on the return of the slam in Portland.
Andy King offers some eggplant advice.
Best Music Poll 2005
The Best of 2004
Portland Band Guide