Table of contents for the week of May 9, 2002
For the rarely prosecuted offense of lying on a job application, 19 workers once employed at Logan Airport face fines, prison, and deportation. Kristen Lombardi asks, is this the way to fight terrorism?
Harvey A. Silvergate believes a recent Supreme Court decision marks the end of political correctness.
In light of the recent Abercrombie & Fitch recall, Michael Bronski says it’s okay to be politically correct.
In our weekly Q&A, Tamara Wieder talks to Les Zygomates owner Ian Just.
In the Phoenix editorial, US Attorney Michael Sullivan should drop the charges against the Logan 19.
In Talking Politics, Seth Gitell thinks it's "Quiet...too quiet." If Democratic front-runner Shannon O’Brien doesn’t deliver her message soon, somebody else — like the media or the Romney campaign — could do it for her .
Chris Wright has a new feathered friend in Out There.
One person's trash is Nina Willdorf's treasure in Hip Check.
Plus, this just in:
CITY HALL: Consalvo wins in Council bid
POLITICKS: The theater ticket
CAMPAIGN 200: Elephant crossing?
MEDIA: The power of one
PROFILER: Politicians courageous
THE OTHER NEWS: Dean of fairness
Q&A: Harvard’s Institute of Politics gets a new director
DRUG TEST: Mood swing
Letters to the editor
Sean Richardson wonders what the hell "dope nose" means as Weezer deliver the hard rock;
Forget the brinkmanship or detached intellectualism; Blackalicious just make you feel good, according to Hua Hsu;
Lloyd Scwartz on "Season Endings:" Boston Lyric Opera’s Bohème, plus Morimur, Jacques Zoon, and the Lydians;
Michael Endleman says El-P gives careful attention to the rhythm and texture of every chopped-up sample, but with a decidedly underground slant;
In Frequencies by Josh Kun, Fermin Muguruza takes Bono to task;
Douglas Wolk remembers indie pop pioneers Beat Happenings in Smallmouth;
Jeffrey Gantz on Jonathan McPhee & the Longwood in State of the art;
In Cellars by starlight by Ted Drozdowski, John Zewizz makes waves with Sleep Chamber;
Also, live reviews of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds at the Orpheum, Ronnie Earl at the House of Blues, and Joe Lovano at Berklee.
And last but not least, Roadtripping.
Also, short reviews of:
Michelle Shocked : DEEP NATURAL
Ultimate Fakebook : OPEN UP AND SAY AWESOME
Ben Kweller : SHA SHA
Neil Young : ARE YOU PASSIONATE?
V/A : MONDO PLATINUM
Murray Perahia/Academy of St. Martin in the Fields : BACH: KEYBOARD CONCERTOS NOS. 3, 5, 6, AND 7
Timo Maas : LOUD
Send in the Clones? Yeah, baby, yeah! Peter Keough has the Summer film preview;
In Film Culture Gerald Peary talks to John Waters about his upcoming visit to Boston.
Also, short reviews of:
MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING
THE NEW GUY
Scott T. Cimmings on Lysistrata and the return of Cherry Jones;
Carolyn Clay calls Copenhagen heady entertainment;
Jeffery Gantz says Boston Ballet's Madame Butterfly doesn’t blaze over the boards like a monarch or a tiger swallowtail — it’s more like a delicate, pale-green luna moth.
According to Richard C. Walls, not everyone is going to love The A List: The National Society of Film Critics’ 100 Essential Films;
Brett Milano adds Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood to his list of Eric Burdon stories.
Hot Dots -- Sunday, 9:00 (7) LA Law: The Movie (movie). Why revive it with a reunion? Ratings.
Dining Out : Baker’s Best
Uncorked : Franc-o-phile
On the Cheap : Cookin’ Café and Grille.
Noshing & Sipping : Kupel’s Bakery bialys.
Spring Preview 2002
Best Music Poll 2002
Spring 2002 Band Guide
The 4th annual Best issue