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Table of contents for week of September 30, 2005

While Sarah Goldstein searches for a parking space and answers, Providence residences are in search of a parking permit program to solve the parking problems.

The Action Speaks! lecture series probes the commercialization of drinking water. By Ian Donnis.

Fifty years after his death, Michael Bronski remembers James Dean.

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Cowardly Bastid

Savage Love: Soldier on

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution to Jonesin' Crossword for the week of September 30, 2005: "Gonesin' for Jonesin' " ó you be the judge , tough

Plus, this just in:
ANNALS OF DISSENT: Rhode Islanders, in DC, slam the war
BLACK & WHITE: Was former Newport officerís arrest a racial matter?
UNIVERSAL THREAT: The world turns a blind eye to rape in Sudan
KATRINA CONTINUES: Maine Rep. Ederís report from Louisiana

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla has something for everybody this weekend - Joyce Katzberg for those acoustic lovers, "Dark Cinema" for the artsy people, and more.

Scott Frampton reviews You Could Have It So Much Better . . . With Franz Ferdinand and gets a few words from lead singer, Alex Kapranos.

Also, short reviews of:
THE BAD PLUS: SUSPICIOUS
BANE: THE NOTE
THE LIKE: ARE YOU THINKING WHAT IíM THINKING
LOS LONELY BOYS: LIVE AT THE FILLMORE
METRIC: LIVE IT OUT
THE MOST SERENE REPUBLIC: UNDERWATER CINEMATOGRAPHER

Worth the Trip:
Tristan Prettyman + John Butler at the Somerville Theatre.
Daniel Lanois + Tortoise at Somerville Theatre.

FILM

Peter Keough get a lesson in A History of Violence.

Peter Keough searches for the secret of Wong Kar-wai's 2046.

This week's trailers:
FLIGHTPLAN
THE GREATEST GAME EVER PLAYED
JUNEBUG
OLIVER TWIST
SERENITY

Worth the Trip:
"Greta Garbo" at the Brattle.
The Boston Film Festival at the Loews Boston Common.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez reviews Trinity Repertory Company's Suddenly Last Summer.

Bill Rodriguez reviews Firehouse Theater's The Cemetery Club.

Worth the Trip:
N (Bonaparte) at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Pal Joey at Stoneham Theatre.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood at Trinity Repertory Company.
On the Twentieth Century at the Cutler Majestic Theatre.
Camelot at the Shubert Theatre.

ART

Worth the Trip:
Thomas Hirschhorn "Utopia, Utopia = One World, One War, One Army, One Dress" and Paul Chan's "1st Light" at the Institute of Contemporary Art.
"Glowlab: Open Lab" at Art Interactive and "On the Road Video Festival" at 119 Gallery.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 5: 8:00 (2) GREAT PERFORMANCES | FROM SHTETL TO SWING | A look at the children of Jewish immigrants to New York's Lower East Side who made it big in American music by modernizing (and African-Americanizing) their Yiddish musical roots.

FOOD

Cassarino Ristorante has "authentic and simply incredible food, complete with unpretentious prices and generous portions," exclaims Chris Conti.

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