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Table of contents for week of September 9, 2005

Stephen M. Mindich and Peter Kadzis take it a step further - Bush is America's Nero. Nero at least fiddled while Rome burned.

Mark Jurkowitz investigates the long-term political ramifications of Bush's fail to act in the face of Hurrican Katrina and believes that this will finally be the President's undoing.

Harvey Silvergate, Daniel Aaron and Leslie Dunton-Downer look at The 9/11 Commission Report and believe it to be America's first epic.

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Decision Time

Savage Love: Asexual revolution

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution to the Jonesin’ Crossword for the week of September 9, 2005: "Big Laughs" — comics who get 'em the hard way

Plus, this just in:
FREEDOM WATCH: Rehnquist’s record of shame
STORM DAMAGE: Will Katrina cause us to face reality?
CITY WATCH: Housing crisis points to need for new approaches

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks with Richard Walton and Rick Wahlber about Stone Soup's 25 years.

Franklin Soults checks out Kanye West's Late Registration.

Mikael Wood on Laura Veirs.

Also, short reviews of:
BLACK DICE: BROKEN EAR RECORD
DELBERT McCLINTON: COST OF LIVING
MARJORIE FAIR: SELF HELP SERENADE
THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS: TWIN CINEMAS
SIGUR RÓS: TAKK . . .
ZUCO 103: WHAA!

Worth the Trip:
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club + Mark Gardner at the Paradise Rock Club.
Boston International Comedy & Movie Festival
Of Montreal + the Management at the Middle East downstairs.

FILM

Peter Keough reviews Last Days, a story about Kurt Cobain's life.

This week's trailers:
THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE
A SOUND OF THUNDER
TRANSPORTER 2
AN UNFINISHED LIFE

Worth the Trip:
The Boston Film Festival at the Loews Boston Common.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez revs up for the 7th Annual Pawtucket Art Festival.

Bill Rodriguez talks with Amanda Dehnert, Trinity Rep's acting artistic director, about putting on The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Worth the Trip:
Long Day’s Journey into Night at the Gloucester Stage and The Story at the Boston Center for the Arts.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Things I Love: The Many Collections of William I. Koch" in the Museum of Fine Arts’ Torf Gallery.
"How Great Is Our Joy: New Porcelains by Brother Thomas" at the Pucker Gallery.
"Pioneering Modern Painting: Cézanne & Pissarro 1865–1885" at the Museum of Modern Art.

BOOKS

Steve Vineberg on the complete works of Phillip Roth.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 14: 10:30 [2] HEMINGWAY IN CUBA | A look at Ernest Hemingway's life in Cuba - his passions, his influences, his women, etc. | Until 11:30 pm

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