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Table of contents for week of December 9, 2005

Phoenix writers test toys and gadgets, proof read books, and find the right spices to spice up the season in this year's Guide to the Seasons.

Republicans and Democrats alike are rejuvenating their parties with young blood. Ian Donnis looks into the political youth surge and even talks to a few college activists.

Deirdre Fulton gets a glimpse of Supreme Court chief justice John Roberts's first abortion test.

Phillipe & Jorge: WMDs found!

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Ex-Boyfriend blues

Savage Love: Disabled and willing

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution for the Jonesin' Crossword of December 9, 2005: "Initial Reaction" — Matt J. in da house!!

Plus, this just in:
SUPREME FIGHT: Ramping up views on Alito nomination
CITY WATCH: A downtown moment between a bistro and a strip club
TALKING POLITICS: Whitehouse dodges debate on Iraq (for now)

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks to Days Unknown about trying to make it big and Joanne Lurgio about trying to put out her CD, Find a Dream . . . Catch It If You Dare, plus more.

Matt Ashare bops back to the '80s and '90s with box sets Whatever: The '90s Pop & Culture Box and Just Say Sire: The Sire Records Story.

Joyce Millman rediscovers the formative power of The Boss's Born To Run.

Also, short reviews of:
THE COMPLETE JELLY ROLL MORTON LIBRARY OF CONGRESS RECORDINGS BY ALAN LOMAX
CHILDREN OF NUGGETS: ORIGINAL ARTYFACTS FROM THE SECOND PSYCHEDELIC ERA, 1976–1996
ONE KISS CAN LEAD TO ANOTHER: GIRL GROUP SOUNDS LOST AND FOUND
THE PUSSYCAT DOLLS: PCD
THE ROLLING STONES: THE SINGLES: 1968–1971

FILM

Gary Susman catches The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

This week's trailers:
AEON FLUX
SYRIANA

Worth the Trip:
The Talent Given Us at the MFA.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez appreciates the old-fashioned romance and edgy darkness of Romeo and Juliet.

Worth the Trip:
Three Sisters at American Repertory Theatre and White Christmas at the Wang Theatre.

A Doll’s House at Devanaughn Theatre and Red Elm at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.

DANCE

Worth the Trip:
Nutcracker at the Opera House

ART

Bill Rodriguez checks out the art at It’s Not So Big, It’s Not So Pricey show at the Space at Alice.

Worth the Trip:
"Syncopated Rhythms 20th-Century African American Art from the George & Joyce Wein Collection" at Boston University Art Gallery.

"Icons + Altars" @ New Art Center in Newton, "Third Thursdays" screening of I Shot Andy Warhol also @ New Art Center in Newton, and "To Delight the Eye" @ Fogg Art Museumr.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: TUESDAY 13: 9:00 [2] FRONTLINE: THE WALL STREET FIX | An old report tracing the rise and fall of WorldCom, the company that made Wall Street insiders rich and robbed average investors.

FOOD

Johnette Rodriguez's post-Thanksgiving appetite has her heading for pizza at Carmella’s Middletown.

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