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Table of contents for week of October 21, 2005

Ian Donnis speaks with Norm Stamper about the 1999 anti-globalization outburst.

Bird flu really could kill us all. David Bernstein reports one one epidemic that really is worth being afraid of.

Mark Jurkowitz makes a note of the suddenly anti-Bush mainstream press.

Phillipe & Jorge: Rocket redux

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Let Them Down Easy

Savage Love: Stifling creativity

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution to Jonesin' Crossword for the week of October 21, 2005: "Who Moved My Cheese?" ó insanity in the dairy section

Plus, this just in:
GOT INSURANCE?: The push to boost health care coverage for artists
SOUND BITES: Amos House takes the ick out of school lunch
CITYWATCH: Critics rap N license as harmful to nightlife

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks with Don DiMuccio from Black & White, The Collaborations release their new cd, and more local shows.

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah ride a quiet wave of on-line hype. By Camille Dodero

Also, short reviews of:
ROB DICKINSON: FRESH WINE FOR THE HORSES
FRUIT BATS: SPELLED IN BONES
KEAK DA SNEAK: THATíS MY WORD
MARAH: IF YOU DIDNíT LAUGH, YOUíD CRY
ONEIDA
OK GO!: OH NO

Worth the Trip:
Jello Biafra with the Melvins at Middle East downstairs.
Either/Orchestra at Lizard Lounge.
Sunburned Hand Of The Man + Magik Markers at PAís Lounge.
Carl Cox at Avalon.
ADULT. + Genders + San Serac at Middle East upstairs.

FILM

This week's trailers:
DREAMER: INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY
THE FOG
NORTH COUNTRY

Worth the Trip:
Ruth Orkin and Morris Engel at the Harvard Film Archive.

THEATER

Big Death & Little Death is not near death. By Bill Rodriguez.

Bill Rodriguez reviews 36 Views.

Bill Rodriguez reviews Rhode Island Theater Ensemble's QED.

Worth the Trip:
Cinderella Rocks at the Ramrod Center for the Performing Arts, The Keening at Zero Arrow Theatre, and The Boy Friend at the Shubert Theatre.
Carol Mulroney at Wimberly Theatre.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Duane Slick: A Wolf in the Irises" at Nielsen Gallery.
"Connecting Points: Paintings by Lisie S. Orjuela" at Zeitgeist Gallery, "One Red-Light District, Two Different Visions" at Collins Cinema, and Photographic Resource Center Auction at 808 Gallery.

BOOKS

Douglas Wolk on DC Comics' Identity Crisis.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: THURSDAY 27: 8:00 [2] BATTLEFIELD BRITAIN: SPANISH ARMADA - 1588 | You knew that without England's defeat of the Armada, all of North America would be speaking Spanish. But the details are fascinating.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez finds freshness at McCormick & Schmick's.

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