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Table of contents for week of October 7, 2005

Democrats Guillaume de Ramel and A. Ralph Mollis emerge as the early candidates to succeed Matt Brown as Secretary of State. Ian Donnis writes about their politics.

Te-Ping Chen talks art and politics with Action Speaks! panelist, Anthony Lee, author of Painting on the Left: Diego Rivera, Radical Politics and San Francisco's Public Murals.

Phillipe & Jorge: The shadow knows

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Opening Up

Savage Love: Self-Starter

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution to Jonesin' Crossword for the week of October 7, 2005: "Above the Belt" -- views from the rear

Plus, this just in:
MILITARY RECRUITING: Flap over targeting students heats up
CULTURE WARS: Brown prof disabuses supporters of ‘intelligent design’
THINK ON IT: David Lynch gets his bliss on

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Matt Savage plays at "An Evening of Jazz to Benefit the Wolf School, " Sharks Come Cruisin', and more local shows. By Bob Gulla.

Ted Drozdowski talks with Devendra Banhart about his new album, Cripple Crow.

Also, short reviews of:
*AM STEREO: CAN’T
FALL OUT BOY: FROM UNDER THE CORK TREE
GIANT DRAG: HEARTS AND UNICORNS
DAVID GRAY: LIFE IN SLOW MOTION
KELLER WILLIAMS: SIGHT
UNITED STATES OF ELECTRONICA: U.S.E.

Worth the Trip:
Nada Surf + Say Hi to Your Mom + True Love at the Paradise Rock Club.
The New Pornographers + Destroyer + Immaculate Machines at The Roxy.

FILM

This week's trailers:
EVERYTHING IS ILLUMINATED
IN HER SHOES
INTO THE BLUE
THUMBSUCKER
WALLACE & GROMIT: THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT
WAITING . . .

Worth the Trip:
The New England Film & Video Festival at the Coolidge Corner Theatre.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez reviews 2nd Story Theatre's Curse of the Starving Class.

Worth the Trip:
King Lear at ASP and Theater District at SpeakEasy.

DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez reviews Momix's Opus Cactus.

ART

Worth the Trip:
Zhang Huan's My Boston + "Seeds of Hamburg" at the MFA.

BOOKS

Mike Miliard thumbs through Harvey Pekar's back pages.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WENESDAY 12: 9:00 (2) HELEN OF TROY | Correspondent Bettany Hughes visits Sparta and Turkey to retrace the steps of the original femme fatale.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez chows down at Jamestown Oyster Bar & Grill.

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