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Table of contents for week of November 4, 2005

Like the Bush administration, Rhode Island's anti-war movement can be its own worst enemy. By John Zorabedian.

As things crumble around George W. Bush, Mark Jurkowitz asks the question: Who's in more trouble? Him or us?

Phillipe & Jorge: Scooterectomies all around

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Live and Learn

Savage Love: Weighty matters

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution to Jonesiní Crossword for the week of November 4, 2005: "Down the Wrong Path" ó you are in a crossword of twisty passages...

Plus, this just in:
BOSTON MASSACRE: Theo Epstein, a prodigal son gone too soon
CITYWATCH: Whose interest is the Downtown Improvement District representing?
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: Pressing Turkeyís fight for womenís rights

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

For What Itís Worth turn it up a notch; plus, Thee Wyld Card DJs and more. By Bob Gulla.

Ken Micallef reviews Super Furrry Animals' Love Kraft.

Ted Drozdowski talks to Joe Henry about shoes and producing.

Also, short reviews of:
BIG STAR: IN SPACE
BROADCAST:TENDER BUTTONS
DANE COOK: RETALIATION
DEVIN THE DUDE: TO THA X-TREME
THE KINGSBURY MANX: THE FAST RISE AND FALL OF THE SOUTH
QUINTRON & MISS PUSSYCAT: SWAMP TECH

Worth the Trip:
Aberdeen City + the Bon Savants + the Plain Janes at T.T. the Bearís Place.
Tom Vek + the Mobius Band + Matters & Dunaway at T.T. the Bearís Place.
Luomo at Enormous Room.


FILM

Peter Keough on the aforementioned Capote, a powerful look at the author during the creation of his masterpiece, In Cold Blood.

Peter Keough is less than enthused about Jarhead, a war film where nothing happens.

This week's trailers:
CHICKEN LITTLE


THEATER

A Bright Room Called Day transports Bill Rodriquez back to the end of the Weimar Republic in 1933.

Worth the Trip:
The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy comes to the Wilbur Theatre.
Carol Mulroney at the Wimberly Theatre, True West at New Repertory Theatre, and Lord of the Flies at Wheelock Family Theatre.

ART

Bill Rodriguez says, Rhode Island School of Design's the current exhibition, Edgar Degas: Six Friends at Dieppe, illuminates a dazzling period in art from within

Worth the Trip:
"Variations on a Theme by Sol Lewitt & Paula Robison" at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and "Quantum Grids" at Sert Gallery.
"Frontiers: Collecting the Art of Our Time" and "AFTERBURN - Willie Cole: Selected Works, 1997-2004" @ Worcester Art Museum, "Joan Snyder: A Review" @ Danforth Museum of Art, "Joan Snyder: Two Rivers" @ Nielsen Gallery, and "Whether/Weather Workshop and Launch" @ Art Interactive.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 9: 9:00 [2] KENNEDY CENTER PRESENTS: THE 2005 MARK TWAIN PRIZE | And this year's deserving winner is Steve Martin.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez dines at Chiantiís.

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