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Table of contents for week of November 25, 2005

Despite widespread recognition that mandatory minimums is bad policy, the politics of being ‘tough on crime’ precludes a more rational approach to sentencing. By Alexander Provan and Ian Donnis.

Phillipe & Jorge: One bad Murtha-fo

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: First Things First

Savage Love: Relative danger

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution for the Jonesin' Crossword of November 25, 2005: "A Shutout to My Homies" — losing in a big way.

Plus, this just in:
DRUG WARS: US Sailing bans sailor for medical marijuana
STREET SOUNDS: RAS walks the walk on politically-conscious rap
EQUAL RIGHTS: US military should move beyond ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla on the roots of the Rhode Island's music scene, Sasquatch's new cd, and other musical happenings around town.

Camille Dodero reports back after hanging with Broken Social Scene.

Joyce Milman on Kate Bush's new CD, Aerial.

Also, short reviews of:
ART BRUT: BANG BANG ROCK AND ROLL
BUN B: TRILL
J-LIVE: THE HEAR AFTER
MORCHEEBA: THE ANTIDOTE
AARON NEVILLE: CHRISTMAS PRAYER
TRIPTYCH MYTH: THE BEAUTIFUL

Worth the Trip:
Dandy Warhols + Out Crowd at Paradise Rock Club.

Rogue Wave + Mazarin + Bon Savants at Middle East downstairs.

FILM

Keira Knightley does Jane Austin proud in Pride & Prejudice. Peter Keough reviews.

This week's trailers:
THE ICE HARVEST
JUST FRIENDS
RENT

Worth the Trip:
Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic at Kendall Square.

THEATER

The 2nd Story Theatre production of A Month In the Country enlivens the clearly drawn characters as entertainingly as if we were watching a soap opera, says Bill Rodriguez.

Bill Rodriguez talks with Curt Columbus about his new role as Trinity Repertory Company's artistic director.

Worth the Trip:
The UnPOSSESSED at Zero Arrow Theatre and The Art of Sacrifice at Lowell's Merrimack Repertory Theatre.

Irving Berlin's White Christmas at Wang Theatre.

ART

Worth the Trip:
Joan Snyder at Nielsen Gallery and Danforth Museum of Art.

Barbara O'Brien's gallery talk on Kara Walker's "The Rich Soil Down There" @ Museum of Fine Arts, Overlap" @ Tufts University Art Gallery, "December Sale" @ School of the Museum of Fine Arts, abd The December Store" @ Brickbottom. .

TELEVISION

Hot dots: TUESDAY 29: 10:00 [6] BARBARA WALTERS: THE 10 MOST FASCINATING PEOPLE OF 2005 | Rumor has it that Condo Rice, Tom Cruise, and Michael Jackson are on the list.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez feels welcomed at New Rivers, as well as intrigued by the visual details of the restaurant and the culinary details of the food.

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