Table of contents for week of March 11, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Mike Miliard thinks America is in very real danger of seeing its beloved vices systematically snuffed out by a creeping neo-prohibitionism.
Deirdre Fulton reports on local victims and their families who are struggling to get eating disorders recognized - and to pay for treatment.
Dan Kennedy sees Christopher Lydon's long exile come to an end — but not without complications or controversy.
Why isn’t the Catholic Church fighting harder on stem-cell research? Adam Reilly investigates. Also, Maura Hennigan finally makes it official.
Veggie Planet owner Didi Emmons enters a new orbit at the nonprofit Haley House. Tamara Wieder talks with her.
In "Out There," Alan Olifson appreciates the raw purity of rock and roll, when an album was just an album.
In "Urban Buy," Nina Schwartz swings into spring with the new trend in skirts.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: Progressive voters should unite behind Linda Dorcena Forry and Michael Moran
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
GETTING THE BOOT
Is the tide turning against ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’?
Look who’s watching
UMass Amherst parodies itself
Chrisler to head Family Pride
DEPT. OF PUBLIC-SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
A Farm-fresh agenda on Beacon Hill
Special funding for two special elections
In Theater, Christina Applegate to be sweet Charity
In Performance, Lucinda Childs’s world premiere for Boston Ballet
In Galleries and Museums, Yvonne Rainer at the Carpenter Center, and Charles Atlas's films about Rainer and others at the ICA
In Sound Bites, Steve Earle's timing may have been off a smidge when he titled his August 2004 album The Revolution Starts . . . Now, but he put all he had into an attempt to sway his red-state fans away from Dubya.
The Ike Reilly Assassination, America's best kept secret. Matt Ashare reveals it.
Carly Carioli hears DFA balance the dance and the rock.
Tony Ware bets on LCD Soundsystem’s big mainstream gamble.
Franklin Bruno hears how Bastro and Shrimp Boat reinvented ‘punk’.
Brendel and Levine at the BSO; the Fromm Players at Harvard; the Hilliard Ensemble. Lloyd Schwartz reports.
In Cellars By Starlight, Lock and Key become leaders of a new local scene, and the Call Up join in.
In Giant Steps: We know who is Tomasz Stanko.
In Out: Animal Hospital, Thee Electric Bastards, Captain Tipsy.
Chris Rucker hears For the kids: ECA Records, Converge, and Warped.
Live reviews of: Danzig,
M.Ward, and The Finn Brothers.
Also, short reviews of:
Early Day Miners
ALL HARM ENDS HERE
IN YOUR ARMS AGAIN
SINGLES COLLECTION VOLUME 2 — 1984-2004, B-SIDES, COVERS, COMPS & OTHER CRAP
Masters of Persian Music
Fatih Akin takes freedom Head-On
Chris Fujiwara is looking back at, and with, Godard in Masculin féminin/Masculine Feminine
In Film Culture: Der Untergang rewrites German history
Also, short reviews of:
SCHULTZE GETS THE BLUES
THE BOYS & GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE
Carolyn Clay says Cuba hovers over Anna and The Cook
The Nora makes the most of Moore's sudsy Sea Horse. Liza Weisstuch reviews.
Marcia B. Siegel sees Ronald K. Brown/Evidence; Boston Ballet's La Sylphide.
Jeffrey Gantz sees 'Cars' at the MFA, 'Chairs' at the Gardner
HOTDOTS: SATURDAY 13 8:00 (5) Minority Report (movie). From 2002. Steven Spielberg's Minority Report is based on a 1956 story by Philip K. Dick, one of the few science-fiction writers who can be called visionary.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out The Wine Cellar
Hot Plate Sandrine’s Bistro untraditional Alsatian tartelette
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Liquid - Fall 2004
Education Section 2005
Best Music Poll 2004