Powered by Google
Home
New This Week
Listings
8 days
- - - - - - - - - - - -
Art
Astrology
Books
Dance
Food
Hot links
Movies
Music
News + Features
Television
Theater
- - - - - - - - - - - -
Classifieds
Adult
Personals
Adult Personals
- - - - - - - - - - - -
Archives
Work for us
RSS


Table of contents for week of September 23, 2005

Fall Arts Preivew
Get the inside scoop on upcoming books, shows, plays and more.


The ‘gag order’ controversy at us district court shows how press rights make for a frequent battleground — even in a fairly liberal state like Rhode Island. By Ian Donnis.

Mike Miliard interviews Steve Mumford, whose Baghdad Journal draws out the real war in Iraq.



Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: On and On

Savage Love: Horror story

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution to the Jonesin’ Crossword for the week of September 23, 2005: "No Guff" — if you don't like it, tough

Plus, this just in:
GOOD GIRLS: Queens’ calendar ain’t no drag
CITYWATCH: Armory Revival’s new project faces mixed reception
UNCIVIL LIBERTIES: Is the Patriot Act fit for freedom lovers?

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Blackstone River Theatre celebrates it's fifth anniversary, while Safari Lounge closes it's doors. Bob Gulla has the details.

Jon Garelick takes a look at No Direction Home, Martin Scorsese's new documentary on Bob Dylan.

Also, short reviews of:
THE BAND: A MUSICAL HISTORY
ERIC CLAPTON: BACK HOME
CoCoRosie: NOAH’S ARK
EAST OF SUNSET: MVD
NICKEL CREEK: WHY SHOULD THE FIRE DIE?
OUR LADY PEACE: HEALTHY IN PARANOID TIMES

Worth the Trip:
Paul McCartney at TD Banknorth Garden.
Annie + Royksopp at the Paradise Rock Club.
Paul Weller + Ian Moore at Avalon.

FILM

This week's trailers:
TIM BURTON’S CORPSE BRIDE
CRY WOLF
ROLL BOUNCE

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez reviews The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Worth the Trip:
Actors’ Shakespeare Project and King Lear at Studio 102, BU College of Fine Arts.
The Real Thing at Boston University Theatre.
Romeo and Juliet at the Arsenal Center for the Arts.

DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez talks with Rennie Harris of Puremovement, the hip-hop dance troupe.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Audrey Goldstein: The Medicine Cabinets" at the New England School of Art and Design, Julian Opie's Suzanne Walking and Julian Walking at the Northern Avenue Bridge, and "Kirsten Forkert's AIR project & other Berwick artist works" at the Berwick Research Institute.

BOOKS

Catherine Tumber reviews On Beauty, the latest by Zadie Smith.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 28: 9:00 [2] GET UP, STAND UP: THE STORY OF POP AND PROTEST | The history of protest music from Joe Hill to the present, focusing on the tunes that spurred the union movement, the civil-rights movement, the anti-war movement, and more.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez dines at Trattoria del Corso.

SPECIALS

Listings Index
Personals
Classifieds








home | feedback | masthead | about the phoenix | find the phoenix | advertising info | privacy policy | work for us

 © 2000 - 2017 Phoenix Media Communications Group