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Table of contents for week of January 9, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Thanks to the family-court system, children all too often end up in the custody of fathers who have sexually abused them, Kristen Lombardi reports.
Can an all-natural regimen including water, clay, and herbs cure cancer? If you believe "earth medicine" man Byron Utah Jordan, they do. Camille Dodero explains.
In the Phoenix editorial we contend that George W. Bush is waging class warfare. Also, we welcome Felix Arroyo.
In "Out There": Here comes a bride, says Kris Frieswick.
In Urban Buy, no laboring neighbors are required for Genevieve Rajewski's room-transforming options.
Plus, this just in:
GLOBAL CRIME : The negotiator
ROLL CALL : Votes ignored
CHANGING OF THE GUARD : New sheriff in town
CLOSING UP SHOP : Lamenting the death of Record Hog
IN THE WAKE OF TERROR : Sharon speaks
Letters to the editor
In Arts news, My Big "Modern" Greek Wine Seminar?
In Galleries and Museums, Randi Hopkins finds South African art that crosses boundaries
David Weininger on Ton Koopman's visit to the BSO in Classical.
In Theater, Sally Cragin spends fifteen minutes with Tony the Tiger.
In Performance, Iris Fanger is ready for the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company to hit town.
Plan your week:
In Cellars by starlight, Brett Milano on Bleu's hooky rock and the Darlings' country.
Matt Ashare explains why Paul Weller hasn't made it in the USA.
Josh Kun on Wladyslaw Szpilman and Jorge Drexler.
Sean Richardson links Santana's Shaman and Matchbox Twenty's More Than You Think You Are.
Ted Drozdowski catches the Twinemen and friends at the Lizard Lounge.
Banning Eyre on Hugh Masekela's songs of South Africa.
Jeffrey Gantz on Simon Rattle, the Berlin Phil, the Mahler Fifth, and the state of the classical art.
And last but not least, Roadtripping.
Also, short reviews of:
GZA : LEGEND OF THE LIQUID SWORD
Ikara Colt : CHAT AND BUSINESS
Johnny " Guitar " Watson : THE ESSENTIAL JOHNNY "GUITAR" WATSON
Bruce Cockburn : DANCING IN THE DRAGON’S JAWS — DELUXE EDITION
Ben Allison : PEACE PIPE
Various Artists MAKING SINGLES, DRINKING DOUBLES
James Luther Dickinson : FREE BEER TOMORROW
Gary Susman on Stephen Daldry's The Hours.
Susman also talks to Nicole about the nose.
Chris Fujiwara says Spike Lee riffs on the sands of time with The 25th Hour.
In Filmculture, Gerald Peary hangs with cinema's Renaissance man.
Also, short reviews of:
TOUT PRÈS DES ÉTOILES: LES DANSEURS DE L’OPÉRA DE PARIS/ ÉTOILES: STARS OF THE PARIS OPERA BALLET
Carolyn Clay watches Jack Neary mix Catholicism and comedy, and she reviews The Blue Demon.
Iris Fanger sees an intriguing play on Macbeth.
Christopher Millis surveys photography from Salem to Newbury Street.
Ted Drozdowski reads into the life of Little Walter.
Hot Dots -- MONDAY 8:00 (44) Globe Trekker: East India. Trekker Holly Morris bathes in the Ganges. Eeuuh! (Until 9 p.m.)
Dining Out: Den’s Café
On the Cheap : Viga Italian Eatery
Noshing & Sipping : Kettle Cuisine Soup
Best Music Poll 2002
Fall 2002 Band Guide
The 6th annual Best issue