Table of contents for week of July 29, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Ian Donnis looks at the connection between the Olde Towne Team and the Boston Globe.
Deirdre Fulton spends a day out at the range, where womenfolk are shooting up targets in greater and greater numbers.
Mark Jurkowitz wonders if we should trust former right-wing hack and current left-liberal protector of journalistic integrity David Brock.
Adam Reilly reports on a quiet State House victory for gay-marriage foes.
David Bernstein explains that Beacon Hill can't decide whether it's in spending mode or not.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: Romneyís cynical abortion reversal, and Roberts is a scary prospect.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
REPRO RIGHTS Romney throws the Right a bone
MORMON ABORTION Itís time to dog Romney
TALK TALK Calling musicians to speak out (literally) for file-sharing
FOLLOW-UP Itís my space now!
MONEYBALL Even baseball has a PAC
KATIE ENLOW Mash-up diva
QUOTES + NUMBERS Food or lack thereof
In Theater, The power of Slanguage
In Galleries and Museums, Rebecca Doughty in P-town, Four Decades of Collecting Photography at the Fogg
In Classical, James Levineís Wagner at Tanglewood
Matt Ashare talks to Frank Black, this time about his rootsy solo album.
Eliot Wilder takes a look at the reunited and rejuvenated Go-Betweens.
Mac Randall talks with Scout Niblett.
The Comedians of Comedy swing through town; Ted Drozdowski takes a look.
In Cellars By Starlight, Brett Milano talks to the Rudds and the Incredible Casuals.
In Giant Steps, Jon Garelick talks to Eartha Kitt and Carly Bley about their upcoming appearances at the Newport Jazz Festival.
In Out: Darkbuster, Afrirampo, Lightning Bolt and Hrvatski. By Will Spitz and Mitch Krpata.
Chris Rucker hears Dorchester's Dre Robinson's blow-up is overdue.
In Download: Classic tracks from the Newport Folk Festival.
Live reviews of:
Elvis Costello + Emmylou Harris, The Subhumans and Maria Taylor + Statistics
Also, short reviews of:
ACTION ACTION DONíT CUT YOUR FABRIC TO THIS YEARíS FASHION
R. KELLY TP-3: RELOADED
THOR AN-THOR-LOGY, 1976-1985
WEIRD WAR ILLUMINATED BY THE LIGHT
CHRIS WHITLEY SOFT DANGEROUS SHORES
Peter Keough says Greg Harris's November is worth remembering.
Also, short reviews of:
5 X 2
THE LAST DISPATCH
MUST LOVE DOGS
THE RIDER NAMED DEATH
Carolyn Clay weighs in on Hamlet on the Common and My Old Lady in Gloucester.
Marcia B. Siegel checks out Neil Greenberg at Concord.
Christopher Millis checks out two new photography shows at the Howard Yezerski Gallery and the Boston Public Library.
Carolyn Clay says Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is full-blooded.
Jonathan Dixon reads Cormac McCarthy's No Country for Old Men.
Chris Nelson explains Big Brother's addictive appeal.
HOTDOTS: THURSDAY 28 9:00  GUNS GERMS AND STEEL: THE HAVES AND HAVE-NOTS | Jared Diamond's view of the forces of history continues with a look at Africa and how white settlers did well near the Cape but were physically unadapted to life further north.
by Clif Garboden
Dining Out Eastern Standard
On the Cheap The Paddock
Hot Plate: Spice-n-Hotís samosa chaat
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Guide To Summer
Best Music Poll 2005
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Education Section 2005