Table of contents for week of June 24, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Deirdre Fulton says there are signs that the party of Teddy Roosevelt - our first conservationist president - may be reviving its care for the environment, and wonders whether or not the Bushoids will listen.
David S. Bernstein finds out what happens when cops botch evidence in a murder trial.
Harvey A. Silverglate explains that a careful reading of the Tom Finneran trial transcript suggests US Attorney Michael Sullivan will have a hard time getting a conviction from 12 impartial jurors.
Adam Reilly wonders whether Bishop Gilbert Thompson is undercutting Deval Patrick.
Mike Miliard talks with Speed, the 85-year-old man who makes the best dogs in town.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: Judd Gregg and John Sununu go MIA on an anti-lynching measure. Plus, Romney’s politicized health plan, and demonizing Durbin.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
Art mechanic supreme
RAISING THE BAR
Goodbye, Plough; hello, Linwood
Show us your teats
Re-arming DC: Senators want to pack heat in capital
FISH OUT OF WATER
Howie Carr’s bleeding heart
QUOTES + NUMBERS
Cooler than you
In Theater, Rough & Tumble tackles race
In Galleries and Museums, 'ICA artist-in-residence Jerry Beck builds an ark in Charlestown
In Classical, Highlights from this year's Tanglewood schedule
Franklin Soults weighs in on the White Stripes' latest album, Get Behind Me Satan.
Ted Drozdowski talks with Billy Corgan about his solo debut.
Kurt B. Reighley listens to the circus rock of They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
Web exclusives: Mikael Wood talks with E about the Eels' new double album, and Mac Randall chats with Tracy Bonham about her return to Boston.
In Cellars By Starlight: Jonathan Perry checks in with Hi-N-Dry labelmates Session Americana, the Heygoods, and the Coots
In Giant Steps: Jon Garelick checks out new albums from Joshua Redman and Me'Shell NdegéOcello
In Out: Mad Man Films, Badman, and Night Rally
Chris Rucker with news and notes on Pixies, Clinton Sparks, Hellfest, and more
In Download: Hockey Night, The Oranges Band, and more
Live reviews of:
Foo Fighters and Heavy Trash & the Campbell Brothers
Also, short reviews of:
WE WILL BECOME LIKE BIRDS
Meat Beat Manifesto
AT THE CENTER
YOUR FAVORITE PEOPLE ALL IN ONE PLACE
Nick Moss & the Flip Tops
Brett Michel weighs in on the latest Merchant Ivory film, Heights.
Gerald Peary attends the Newport Film Festival.
Also, short reviews of:
APRÈS VOUS . . .
ÉCRIVAIN D’O/WRITER OF O
HERBIE: FULLY LOADED
O HOMEM QUE COPIAVA/THE MAN WHO COPIED
DER NEUNTE TAG/THE NINTH DAY
Carolyn Clay reviews Tony McLean's A Grand Night for Singing.
Jeffrey Gantz sees Johann Mattheson’s never-performed 1710 opera Boris Goudenow.
Marcia B. Siegel checks out Bournonville's Abdallah in Copenhagen.
Robin Vaughan reads Heather King's Parched.
Joyce Millman reviews the new HBO/BBC film The Girl in the Café
HOTDOTS: MONDAY 27 9:00  THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE | THE FIGHT | An excellent background yarn about the 1938 heavyweight bout between African-American Joe Lewis and German superman Max Schmeling.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out Victoria's Diner
On the Cheap Le Chandelier Restaurant
Hot Plate: Petit Robert Bistro’s Gâteau Petit Robert
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Guide To Summer
Best Music Poll 2005
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Education Section 2005