Table of contents for week of October 31, 2003|
NEWS & FEATURES
LOCAL HEROES, SPECIAL SECTION
For our sixth annual Best issue, David S. Bernstein, Camille Dodero, Dan Kennedy, Kristen Lombardi, and Adam Reilly highlight five groups and individuals who work behind the scenes to make life better for us all.
Phil Saviano, Founder of the local Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests.
Dr. Joseph Carrillo,
Bringing much-needed diversity to the medical profession.
Citizens for Participation in Political Action, Voicing progressive concerns since 1962.
His tactics enraged critics - and protected gay and lesbian couples.
Executive director of the Dorchester Community Center for the Visual Arts.
Lloyd Schwartz reviews Porgy and Bess.
Want to know who stands where on the issues? Deirdre Fulton gets the candidates to answer our questions.
An excerpt from Phoenix music critic Brett Milano's new book, Vinyl Junkies: Adventures in Record Collecting.
As Jackie Jenkins-Scott prepares to step down as president and CEO of Dimock Community Health Center after 20 years on its staff, the Roxbury institution celebrates its 16th annual Steppin' Out fundraiser. Tamara Wieder talks with her.
In the Phoenix editorial, we Phoenix endorsements for the Boston City Council and Somerville mayoral races.
In "Out There," Kris Frieswick faces the Big Four-Omigod.
In "Urban Buy," Genevieve Rajewski gets under covers.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
Globe union members boycott NECN
END OF AN ERA
Louise Day Hicks, 1916–2003
Prescription for change at the DOC
Al Sharpton brings his routine to Harvard
One man’s crusade against Bush
In Arts News, The Wang Center evicts a Boston holiday tradition, plus "The Untrained Catastrophe" at the Zeitgeist Gallery.
In Performance, Vinyl vaudeville.
In Theater, Bob Kingdom channels Dylan Thomas.
In Galleries and Museums, Mutable art at the Mills, 'Mad Dash' in JP, mermaids at Montserrat.
In Classical, Ludwig from the Vienna Symphony, plus Boston Lyric Opera's Rigoletto.
In State of the Art, A chat with Shikhee a/k/a Android Lust.
Plan your week:
Matt Ashare remembers Elliott Smith.
Carly Carioli sees Fred Durst's Bizkit go limp while the Darkness shine.
Sean Richardson profiles some bands mining metal locally and beyond.
In "Cellars by Starlight",
Ted Drozdowski watches Hogarth, Nelson, and the Silver Lining Singers do it for Dimock.
Christopher John Treacy on the return of Rickie Lee Jones and Edie Brickell.
Jonathan Perry previews the Pills' and the Collisions' CD release party.
Also, short reviews of:
Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater ROCK ’N’ ROLL CITY
Superjoint Ritual A LETHAL DOSE OF AMERICAN HATRED
Gavin DeGraw CHARIOT
Mando Diao BRING ’EM IN
East River Pipe
GARBAGEHEADS ON ENDLESS STUN
THE ROUGH GUIDE TO THAILAND
Leif Ove Andsnes and Ian Bostridge SCHUBERT: PIANO SONATA IN D (D.850), NINE LIEDER
...and Roadtripping: Scissorfight slices and dices New England, the Headbangers Ball tour smashes into the Palladium, and more.
Peter Keough sees Jane Campion take her hacks.
Gerald Peary on Charlotte Zwerin at the HFA.
Also, short reviews of:
TAMALA 2010: A PUNK CAT IN SPACE
ALIEN: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT
THE HUMAN STAIN
DIE, MOMMIE, DIE!
MARK OF THE VAMPIRE
THE PARTY’S OVER and UNPRECEDENTED
POSTMEN IN THE MOUNTAINS
SCARY MOVIE 3
Carolyn Clay says Book of Days serves Joan with cheese.
Steve Vineberg on the satiric magic of Chicago.
Lloyd Schwartz says Frank Gorshin brings B&A back alive.
Marcia B. Siegel on Mr. B. in Boston.
Jeffrey Gantz on Rembrandt at the MFA, Balanchine at Boston Ballet, Doctor Zhivago on 'GBH
Richard C. Walls reads into the God and sex in Updike's early stories.
HOTDOTS: TUESDAY 4 8:00 (2) Nova: The Elegant Universe: Welcome to the 11th Dimension. More string-theory explanations - in particular, how Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study's Edward Witten revolutionized the concept in 1995.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out : Dalia's Bistro and Wine Bar
On the Cheap : Heritage Café
Noshing & Sipping : Tealuxe Pumpkin Spice Chai
Fall Arts Guide
The 6th annual Best issue