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Table of contents for week of November 11, 2005

The Democratic establishment wants him to go away, but the self-styled populist hopes to ignite a grassroots campaign. Ian Donnis listens to what Carl Sheeler has to say.

Chris Dahlen grabs a remote and takes Xbox 360 for a ride.

Phillipe & Jorge: Foxy-sex gods

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Ring Craver

Savage Love: Fantasy Island

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution for the Jonesin' Crossword of November 18, 2005: "Risk-y Business" —threats and comments across the board.

Plus, this just in:
CITY WATCH: Providence buys back vanishing park for $30K
CONSUMERISM: Buy Nothing Day celebration expands to three sites
CULTURE WATCH: Mancini’s photos depict the aftermath of loss

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks to rockabilly legend Jack Smith about quitting the biz.

Get Rich or Die Tryin', a credo 50 Cent has lived by, is now the title of his new bio-pic. Leon Neyfakh talks about 50 Cent's journey from gangster to rapper to entrepreneur.

James Carter with pianist Cyrus Chestnut and the rhythm team of bassist Reginald Veal and drummer Ali Jackson bring the jazz snobs and the indie-rock purists together with their new jazz band. By Jon Garelick.

Also, short reviews of:
JOHN CALE: BLACK ACETATE
ECHO AND THE BUNNYMEN: SIBERIA
LADY SOVEREIGN: VERTICALLY CHALLENGED
MASTER C & J FEATURING LIZ TORRES: CAN’T GET ENOUGH: THE CLASSICS AND MORE
SUPERGRASS
DAR WILLIAMS: MY BETTER SELF

Worth the Trip:
Scissorfight + the Neighborhoods + Dana Colley at Middle East downstairs.
Konono No1 at Somerville Theatre.

FILM

James Mangold’s movie, Walk the Line, brings out the tortured and demonic part of Johnny Cash's genius that has been lost in his legacy. Reviewed by Peter Keough.

Joyce Millman says, "J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the most camera-ready of the series."

Worth the Trip:
The Seventh Annual Magners Irish Film Festival at the Brattle Theatre and Harvard Film Archive.
Ballets Russes at Kendall Square.

THEATER

Brown University Theater has cut through the subplots of nine plays by Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides to thump the bloody heart of the matter onto the stage with their play The Greeks/The Murders. By Bill Rodriguez.

Bill Rodriguez reviews Tiverton Four Corners Arts Center's Love at Willow Manor.

Worth the Trip:
The Sisters Rosensweig at the Boston University Theatre and Permanent Whole Life at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.
Three Sisters at American Repertory Theatre, Loeb Drama Center.

DANCE

Johnette Rodriguez previews Festival Ballet Providence's "Up CLOSE on HOPE."

ART

Worth the Trip:
"Modest Sublime" at Carpenter Center, Harvard University.
"Group Portrait" at Photographic Resource Center at Boston University and The Artful Teapot" and "33rd Annual Antiques Show" at Peabody Essex Museum.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: THURSDAY 24: 9:00 am [10, 12] THANKSGIVING DAY PARADES | Taking it to the streets. Plus the lamest commentary on earth.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez says the Sun & Moon Korean Restaurant will convince you that the country’s cuisine ranges far wider than hot to hotter.

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