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Table of contents for week of October 14, 2005

Beth Schwartzapfel reports on the battle going on around genetically modified foods. Did you know what's in your food?

Action Speaks! tests the tension between copyright and the free flow of culture. By Te-Ping Chen

Phillipe & Jorge: RIP, Charles Rocket

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Donít Be A Chump

Savage Love: Pubic accounting

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution to Jonesin' Crossword for the week of October 14, 2005: "Cleverly Clued" ó the answers should be clear

Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: A GOP Trojan horse?
ANNALS OF LABOR: SEIU, business owner clash on claim of threats
IN MEMORIAM: Remembering Jack White

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla reviews Made in Mexico's Zodiac Zoo and has all the details on upcoming shows.

Matt Ashare on Liz Phair and Fiona Apple.

Also, short reviews of:
ATMOSPHERE:YOU CANíT BELIEVE HOW MUCH FUN WEíRE HAVING
DIRTY THREE: CINDER
MARKUS JAMES: CALABASH BLUES
MATT POND PA: SEVERAL ARROWS LATER
THELONIOUS MONK QUARTET WITH JOHN COLTRANE AT CARNEGIE HALL
JOHN VANDERSLICE: PIXEL REVOLT

Worth the Trip:
Portastatic + John Vanderslice at Middle East Downstairs.
Dave Douglas at Regattabar.

FILM

Peter Keough is captivated by George Clooney's Good Night, and Good Luck.

This week's trailers:
DOMINO
ELIZABETHTOWN
THE GOSPEL
TWO FOR THE MONEY

Worth the Trip:
The Boston Latino International Film Festival at the Harvard Film Archive, the Center for Latino Arts, and MITís Stata Center.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez says, "Trinity's Suddenly Last Summer transcends melodrama."

Bill Rodriguez speaks with Lion King's choreographer, Garth Fagan, about taming the lions and teaching the animal kingdom to dance.

Worth the Trip:
Pulp at the Boston Center for the Arts and Acts of Futility at the Charlestown Working Theater.

DANCE

Festival Ballet's artistic director, Misha Djuric, talks with Johnette Rodriguez about stylizing Romeo and Juliet to fit the size of the company.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: TUESDAY 18: 9:00 (2) FRONTLINE | THE TORTURE QUESTION | Do desperate times call for inhumane measures? A look at Bush's policy of 'coercive interrogation' and the evil that's been done in the name of fighting terrorists.

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