Table of contents for week of January 23, 2004|
NEWS & FEATURES
Dan Kennedy makes the rounds among the Democratic campaigns in New Hampshire in the wake of Howard Dean's surprise Iowa upset.
For all the similarities among last week's three major Bay State state-of addresses, Adam Reilly reports, Mitt Romney's speech ominously, if subtly, departed from the time-honored rhetorical form.
Camille Dodero finds that getting through President Bush's State of the Union speech without a few drinks was a real feat.
Our correspondent, Andrew Scutro, goes on a raid with soldiers in Iraq, and talks with the locals, the boots on the ground, and Ambassador L. Paul Bremer himself.
Veteran comedian Colin Quinn gets Tough; Tamara Wieder talks with him.
In the Phoenix editorial, we endorse John Kerry for the Democratic nomination. Plus, the Catholic Church must back off secular same-sex marriage rights, and George Bush's hypocritical attack on "activist judges" is appalling.
In "Urban Buy," Ruth Tobias has an appetite for the exotic.
Plus, this just in:
The Pats’ date with destiny
Oni Gallery closes indefinitely
Paul O’Neill and the price of truth
Heads of the class
Clarifying the gay-marriage debate
In Arts News, James Levine comes to the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Club Passim makes some changes.
In Performance, Mobius stages a dissenting view on the post-September 11 world
In Theater, Jason Robert Brown's Last Five Years
In Galleries and Museums, Richard Serra at the Addison, Barbara Gallucci at Green Street & gallery Kayafas
In Classical, Christoph von Dohnányi is back with the BSO
In State of the Art, A legendary film critic is remembered at Harvard
Plan your week:
Brett Milano on the Charms and Muck & the Mires.
Jon Garelick on Teresa Inês, Joe Maneri, Dave Frishberg, Christian McBride, Charlie Haden & Kenny Barron.
Sean Richardson on Anti-Flag, Rise Against, and Against Me! hit the road with a message.
Jonathan Perry on Dublin's Thrills and their embrace of the American West.
Ted Drozdowski hears DiFranco jettison her band and go eight-track on Educated Guess.
Lloyd Schwartz on James Levine's arrival at the BSO.
Also, short reviews of:
KIMI GA SUKI * Raifu
The Mr. T. Experience
YESTERDAY RULES & HIS MAGIC BAND
Big Bill Morganfield
BLUES IN THE BLOOD
...and Roadtripping: Jim James plays Boston with My Morning Jacket and Connor Oberst, Afrobeat powerhouse Antibalas hits the Middle East, and more
Peter Keough hits the campaign trail with this year's Oscar hopefuls.
Peter Keough watches Errol Morris and Robert McNamara make peace in War.
Richard Serra and Donald Judd at the MFA.
Also, short reviews of:
THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT
WIN A DATE WITH TAD HAMILTON!
EN LA CIUDAD SIN LÍMITES/THE CITY OF NO LIMITS
Carolyn Clay on Martha Clarke's dark Dream.
Iris Fanger watches An Infinite Ache present scenes from a marriage.
Marcia B. Siegel on Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo; 'Dance Straight Up'.
Christopher Millis on Paul Rahilly and Louis Risoli, María Magdalena Campos-Pons and John Goodman.
Clea Simon reviews Tracy Chevalier’s The Lady and the Unicorn.
HOTDOTS: SATURDAY 24 5:00 (2) JFK: Breaking the News. An excellent documentary about the reporting of the John F. Kennedy assassination. What's totally remarkable is the casual access that the media had to crime scenes and police stations.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out : Perdix
Cheap Eats : Costello's Tavern
Noshing & Sipping : Single-malt Scotch or small-batch bourbon?
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