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Table of contents for week of December 2, 2005

John Zorabedian talks with Providence Firefighters about their lengthy contract dispute.

Mark Jurkowitz discusses Bob Woodward's move from White House watchdog to Beltway house pet.

Phillipe & Jorge: Thank you, Mr. Cheney

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Stand Up And Fly Right

Savage Love: Dorm drama

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution for the Jonesin' Crossword of December 2, 2005: "Get High" — you'll need to for this one.

Plus, this just in:
ANNALS OF LABOR: Providence janitor claims assault by supervisor
SLEEPWALKING NATION: Why has it taken so long to wake up to Bush?
REEL LIFE: A deeper look at complex stories

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks with Shaun Hague about his path to Linden Drive and, gives the details on Mark Cutler's show.

James Parker on the newest release from The Darkness.

Also, short reviews of:
AGAINST ME!: SEARCHING FOR A FORMER CLARITY
CAGE: HELL’S WINTER
CALEXICO/IRON & WINE: IN THE REINS
SONS AND DAUGHTERS: THE REPULSION BOX
DISTURBED: TEN THOUSAND FISTS
NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALLSTARS: ELECTRIC BLUE WATERMELON

Worth the Trip:
The Subways at Great Scott.

Donovan at Somerville Theatre.

Brandi Carlile + Ray LaMontagne at Berklee Performance Center.

FILM

This week's trailers:
IN THE MIX
BALZAC AND THE LITTLE CHINESE SEAMSTRESS

Worth the Trip:
"Ride Lonesome: The Films Of Budd Boetticher" at Harvard Film Archive.

Darwin's Nightmare at the Brattle Theatre and The Boys Of Baraka at the Coolidge Corner.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez says, Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre ensemble delivers Twelfth Night like a bunch of after-hours comics backstage at Catch a Rising Star trying to outdo one another.

Bill Rodriguez takes in his annual viewing of Christmas Carol at Trinity Rep.

Bill Rodriguez talk with Yellow Robe and Lou Bellamy about Buffalo Soldiers.

Worth the Trip:
Crowns premieres at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.

P.S. Page Me Later: Performances Inspired By Found Magazine by Alarm Clock Theatre Company at Boston Center for the Arts.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"The 19th Drawing Show" at the Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts.

"Not Just a House" @ GASP, "A Pagan Feast" and "Gentile Bellini and the East" @ Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and "An Evening with Jane and Louise Wilson" @ Carpenter Center.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: THURSDAY 8: 9:00 [2] GREAT PERFORMANCES: CREAM REUNION CONCERT | The best news we've had all week. The set where Clapton jams with André Rieu is unforgettable.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez dines with a friend at Costantino’s Venda Ravioli.

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