Project Censored names the top stories buried by the mainstream media in 2000
Kristen Lombardi recognizes that with a pro-life president in place, pro-choice forces worry that reproductive rights may be severely limited in the coming years. Lombardi wonders: is the fear warranted?
In Don't Quote Me, Dan Kennedy's Pulitzer notes. Plus, good news during a time of financial constraint for the Globe, a thoughtful voice on gay marriage, and the Wall Street Journal's eloquent contrarian.
In the Phoenix editorial, an outdoor amphitheater and fountain are big ideas for the Central Artery surface corridor. Don’t kill them with little questions.
In Out There, Sara Houghteling always wanted to be a writer. If only she’d known about all the jobs she’d have to take along the way.....
In Urban Buy, Nina Willdorf poses like a yoga fanatic.
Plus, this just in:
Q&A: Babbitt speaks out
OUTSIDE: Earth Day 2001l
ACTIVISM: Gimme shelter
PROTEST: Hotel Northeastern
ELEPHANT WALK: Green-eyed monster
IN MEMORIAM: Joey Ramone, 1951–2001
MEDIA: Objective by day, attack dog by night
CITY HALL: Peggy Davis-Mullen makes it official
POST-PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS: Harvard wants Clinton
AFTERNOON STORM: FNX Network announces new talent lineup
Best Music Poll party
Letters to the editor
Editors' Picks -
Hot Tix -
Michael Endelman goes old school with Run-DMC and KRS-One;
Lloyd Schwartz talks about Ingo Metzmacher and Antonio Pappano leading the BSO and pianist Andreas Haefliger;
Brett Milano gets in the groove with The Radiators;
Jeffrey Gantz bop bop shoo-bops when Doo-wop gets a nod at the hall of fame;
Ted Drozdowksi tweaks out on Count Zero’s high-concept techno pop.
Plus, Carly Carioli spends an Easter evening with The (International) Noise Conspiracy, Rockets From the Crypt, and The Explosion, Michael Endelman checks out St. Germain at the Paradise, and
Sean Richardson worships metal gods at the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival.
And last but not least, Roadtripping.
Also, short reviews of:
Fear Factory :
THE SKY AT NIGHT
Michael Shelley :
I BLAME YOU
John Mayall & Friends:
ALONG FOR THE RIDE
DJ Deep :
RESPECT IS BURNING PRESENTS DJ DEEP
The Incredible Moses Leroy :
ELECTRIC POCKET RADIO
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282:
BOB DINNERS PRESENTS
Peter Keough says Agnés Varda shows up the New Wave boys,
Mike Miliard previews the greening of the screen at the Irish Film Festival.
Plus, in Film Culture, Gerald Peary goes to Taos and screens two local indies.
Also, short reviews of:
THE LOW DOWN
THREE BULGARIAN FILMS
SECRETS OF SILICON VALLEY
SOUTH AFRICA: BEYOND A MIRACLE
Carolyn Clay says Simon Russell Beale’s Hamlet is a mensch,
Chris Fujiwara watches Pet Brick take on Edward II,
Robert David Sullivan treks out for Les Mis sixth visit,
and Carly Carioli pecks at two helpings of Penis Dialogues.
Randi Hopkins strokes the many tentacles of the Boston Cyberarts Festival.
Clea Simon reviews Stacy Horn’s feline memoir
Hot Dots -- XFL Playoff Game. Fifteen Nigerian cab drivers versus the night crew at the Framingham Stop & Shop.
On the Cheap:
Noshing & Sipping:
Red Sox Preview
Best Music Poll 2000
Spring 2001 Band Guide
The 3rd annual Best issue