Table of contents for week of August 22, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Camille Dodero wonders how a tough economy could affect Somerville
and its thriving arts community.
Trudy Lieberman examines the
hungry in America.
Michael Bronski pores over Hawthorne and Melville's complex
Tamara Wieder gets down with the high
and mighty Jim Hightower.
In the Phoenix editorial
we accuse president Bush of playing politics with our energy grid.
There," David Valdes Greenwood doesn't fall for forwards.
Genevieve Rajewski gets charitable in "Urban
to the editor
Plus, this just in:
Ex-Phoenicians buy Bay Windows and South End News
Mitt Romneyís secret tormentor
PERSON: New York unplugged
A short strike yields a short-term fix
WARFARE: South End to biodefense lab: Bug off
TALK: Non-disclosure strikes again
ART: Dot matrix
In State of the
Art, Angelo Petraglia comes home.
News, Huntington schedule changes, plus more events and season
& Galleries, Watercolors at NESAD, radio in Dudley Square, and
poetry at the ICA
Plan your week:
of the art
In Cellars by
Starlight, Robin Vaughan talks Clint Conley about his new Consonant
Sean Richardson watches Kiss and the
Misfits kick their marketing machines into high gear.
Josh Kun goes from Herbie
Mann's jazz to Solomon and Socalled.
Clea Simon offers an old Phan's look at the
David Weininger on Zuidam
and Golijov at Tanglewood.
Lloyd Schwartz on Janus
21, Elliott Carter at Monadnock, and Merce Cunningham in Peterbrough.
Live reviews of: Radiohead,
Nubians and Harry Connick
Also, short reviews of:
Brothers: A BRAND NEW NIGHT
PARTS OF THE PROCESS
EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL WHEN YOU DONíT LOOK DOWN
THE MECHANICAL FORCES OF LOVE
HAPPY SONGS FOR HAPPY PEOPLE
Reverend Charlie Jackson: GODíS GOT IT: THE LEGENDARY BOOKER AND
& C.L. Smooth: GOOD LIFE: THE BEST OF
Mike Miliard lays down the soundtrack to Summer.
Peter Keough finds comic belief in American
Gerald Peary goes blue with Blow Job, blue movies and Harvey Pekar.
Also, short reviews of:
A NEW RUSSIAN
Carolyn Clay on Off-Season
and Van Gogh in Gloucester.
Steve Vineberg on The
Game and Peter Pan in the Berkshires.
Iris Fanger deems Bosoms
worthy of neglect.
East meets west in Pacific
Millis on Medardo Rosso, and George Bellows's 'Tragedies of War.'
Pekar parses Richard Cook's biography of jazz label Blue Note.
SATURDAY 23, 1:00 a.m. His Girl Friday. The best newspaper
movie ever made - despite its questionable view of journalistic ethics
(fabrication, lawbreaking, intervention). Until 2:30 a.m.
Out : Peking Tom's Longtang Lounge
the Cheap : Mass Avenue Restaurant
& Sipping : Anchor Small Beer
Guide to Summer
The 6th annual