Table of contents for week of January 28, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Camille Dodero spends thirty-six hours in the capital during the inauguration.
Dan Kennedy goes deep in the heart of Blue America and sends Inauguration Day lamentations in real time.
Deirdre Fulton polls the experts on what to expect and what to watch out for in the second Bush administration.
Adam Reilly wonders whether the state's other gubernatorial prospect is for real.
Harvey Silverglate watches Harvard president Lawrence Summers lose at the game of Truth or Consequences.
Caitlin Shetterly trembles at the misogynistic nightmare of W.’s second term.
For six seasons, his Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist was a Comedy Central hit. Now, Newton comic Jonathan Katz is using humor to tackle a new challenge: multiple sclerosis. Tamara Wieder talks with him.
In "Out There," Alan Olifson just can't get on board.
In "Urban Buy," Deirdre Fulton has it in the bag.
Dan Savage asks who's in charge.
In the Phoenix editorial: Bush’s inauguration speech was a declaration of holy war.
Special Section: Education
More and more people dissatisfied with their careers are hitting the books for new and different degrees. How to make the switch? Esther Shein finds out.
Building a web of professional contacts is a worthwhile investment of time and energy. Deirdre Fulton gets started.
Got dollar signs in your eyes? Darcy Heitzke finds some careers that earn the big bucks.
From standardized tests to personal statements, Nina MacLaughlin helps you survive the grad-school-application process.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
THE WAR IN IRAQ
DEPT. OF BAD OMENS
January 30: On this day in history
Johnny Carson, 1925–2005
And now, to crush the Glass Slipper
Gossipy hack puts Scorsese project on the wrong track
Captioning the moment
Every day is, like, song day
In Theater, Robert Lepage contemplates the moon
In Classical, Those Sibelius symphonies . . .
In Galleries and Museums, Pavel Braila and Kimsooja at MIT, Girl Culture at Tufts, Brad Kahlhamer at MassArt
In Sound Bites, By his own admission, Bobby Bare Jr. is a rock-and-roll motherfucker. You know what rock and roll means, doncha? A jittery fix, puke running down the walls, a place to sleep in the back of a van, drinking and singing till you fall where you stand.
Marianne Faithfull hooks up with PJ Harvey and Nick Cave. Ted Drozdowski eavesdrops.
Lloyd Schwartz on Teatro Lirico d’Europa’s sparkling Rossini and dim Puccini.
Johnny Angel talks to Bosstone Dicky Barrett about his new TV and rock radio career in LA.
Mikael Wood hears Low survive a near break-up to make their biggest album.
In Cellars By Starlight: Teaching blues at Harvard, and a video breakthrough for the Pernice Brothers
In Giant Steps: Jazz nights in Boston, plus Michael Musillami and Downbeat disses
In Out: Will Spitz and Apollo Sunshine await the Weiz. Plus, Mash Ave blows up.
Chris Rucker hears the beat science of Providence's Sage Francis.
Live reviews of: Steve Wynn and the Silos
and Three Kings.
Also, short reviews of:
ONCE, TWICE, THREE TIMES A MAYBE
SUBSTITUTION MASS CONFUSION: A TRIBUTE TO THE CARS
A SECTIONED BEAM
Spanish for 100
...and Roadtripping: Philly's Man Man tours Massachusetts, plus Seemless and more. By Carly Carioli
Peter Keough on prisons and asylum at The Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
Gerald Peary watches Robert Perkins in solitude at the MFA.
Also, short reviews of:
ALIENS OF THE DEEP
LES CHORISTES/THE CHORUS
A LOVE SONG FOR BOBBY LONG
POPAGANDA: THE ART AND CRIMES OF RON ENGLISH
Carolyn Clay listens to John Kani's South African story.
Liza Weisstuch visits The fifth annual African American Theatre Festival.
Iris Fanger reviews the negative history of 103 Within the Veil.
Carolyn Clay says Pulitzer Prize winner Susan Lori-Park's Topdog/Underdog scores twice.
Debra Cash braves a blizzard to see Seán Curran Company at the Tsai Center.
Christopher Millis says Warhol and AIDS permeate the ICA's compelling 'Likeness'; plus Kanishka Raja.
HOTDOTS: FRIDAY 28 1:00 (2) Get Down Tonight: The Disco Explosion. Maniacs. Maniacs on the floor. The Whole Catastrophe rehashed by the (and we use the term loosely) original artists.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out Avenue One
Sipping Perkuno's Hammer Baltic Porter
On the Cheap: Pho 2000
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Liquid - Fall 2004
Education Section 2005
Best Music Poll 2004