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Table of contents for week of October 28, 2005

It's our annual Best issue, where we reveal the results of our Readers' Poll and tell our favorite places in the city.

Phoenix staff picks five local heroes.

Phillipe & Jorge: Sympathy for the Devil

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Get Together

Savage Love: Sex appeals

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution to Jonesin' Crossword for the week of October 28, 2005: "Grammatically Impaired" ó English majors, beware

Plus, this just in:
TALKING POLITICS: Young Demís challenge roils Provís Ward One
SMART GROWTH: Taking steps to reduce school-related sprawl
EQUAL RIGHTS: Youth Pride conference offers boost to LGBT students

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

The Big boysí Avoidance Behaviors; plus, new Rune disc. By Bob Gulla.

Wayne Marshall discusses rap meeting reggae with Sean Paul and Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley.

Also, short reviews of:
CALLA: COLLISIONS
THE GO! TEAM: THUNDER LIGHTNING STRIKE
JIMI HENDRIX: LIVE AT WOODSTOCK
LIFESAVAS: SPIRIT IN STONE
LINDA PERRY: IN FLIGHT
YERBA BUENA: ISLAND LIFE

Worth the Trip:
Coffin Lids at Abbey Lounge.

FILM

This week's trailers:
DOOM
THE LEGEND OF ZORRO
SAW II

Worth the Trip:
The 17th Annual Boston Jewish Film Festival in Boston locations.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez drops his draw at The Lion King.

Bill Rodriguez talks to Laurie Anderson about her latest solo performance, The End of the Moon.

Bill Rodriguez reviews Ceremonies in Dark Old Men.

Worth the Trip:
700 Sundays at the Opera House, Tuesdays with Morrie at the Colonial Theatre, and A Number at the Lyric Stage Company.
Dracula at Stoneham Theatre.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Christian Jankowski: Everything Fell Together" at List Visual Art Center.
Day of the Dead at Forest Hills and Ed Ruscha at Harvard.

BOOKS

David Kirby on a new book on the life of Sam Cooke.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 23: 9:00 [64] TRADING SPOUSES | Silly reality TV. Former Worcester Phoenix colleague, Chris Flisher, got his family involved on this one. Chris is a mellow guy and by the looks of it Fox has set him up with right-wing Christian wing nut.

FOOD

"For those who consider fine dining an adventure, Persimmon may prove among the thrills of a lifetime," By Bill Rodriguez.

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