Table of contents for week of April 1, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
A review by the Phoenix suggests that the jury made a mistake when it convicted Abdul Raheem. David S. Bernstein examines the evidence.
Media irresponsibility could place Michael Schiavo’s life in danger for many years to come. Dan Kennedy explains.
Adam Reilly examines Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey’s dilemma: Serve Mitt Romney, or serve herself?
Ruth Tobias finds a few courses at the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts that dish up a smorgasbord of real-world benefits.
Author David Prerau illuminates daylight saving time. Tamara Wieder speaks with the author of Seize the Daylight: The Curious and Contentious Story of Daylight Saving Time.
In "Out There," Sarah Green is unprepared for the business of vaginoplasty.
In "Urban Buy," Nina Schwartz does not wear short shorts.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: Artists deserve to be paid — but the entertainment industry’s bid to outlaw innovation is wrong-headed and doomed to fail.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
Still fighting for the Gaiety’s life
HUMAN SEXUAL RESPONSE
We make beautiful music together, baby!
A hazardous-biolab primer
Killer bard ponders ethics, existence, and puttering penises
Reading the (really tiny) tea leaves
In Theater, Mike Albo makes his point
In Galleries and Museums, Photography and geography at the PRC, words and pictures at GASP, and deep cleaning in Essex
In Classical, James Levine on seasons past and future, and why Schoenberg and Elliott Carter are good for you
In Sound Bites, Casey Spooner and Warren Fischer, a pair of bratty art mavens with a vision of pop as performance art, convened a gallery/salon to manufacture costumes, designs, and concepts for their forthcoming Odyssey.
Franklin Soults meets England's M.I.A. and the rappers of Brazil and Senegal
Matt Ashare is Reading between the lines of Beck's latest Guero
Ted Drozdowski hears Black and Mirman go for the laughs
Petra Haden sings The Who Sell Out. Mac Randall listens.
Jonathan Perry appreciates Eric Matthews’s well composed pop
Something for Rockets try not to get ahead of themselves. Jeff Miller tunes in.
Lloyd Schwartz hears James Levine lead two BSO premieres; Teatro Lirico’s cool (and hot) Carmen
In Cellars By Starlight, The courts have their say on Mark Sandman's recorded legacy
In Out: Japanese girls, Chinese boys, and pre-Rumble Savants
Chris Rucker hears The Glow and The Konks, plus news on Converge, Some Girls, Octave Museum, and more
Live reviews of: THE SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES,
RICK BARTON AND THE SHADOW BLASTERS, and THE PAT METHENY GROUP
Also, short reviews of:
BURNING IN THE SUN
FOREVER HASN’T HAPPENED YET
WALKING CLOUD AND DEEP RED SKY, FLAG FLUTTERED AND THE SUN SHINED
SINGS THE BLUES!
Peter Keough sees Robert Rodriguez re-creates Frank Miller in Sin City
Mattias Frey sees new Jewish film at Brandeis
Peter Keough's top 10 at the MFA’s Turkish Film Festival
In Filmculture, Gerald Peary says Up and Down settles for the latter
Also, short reviews of:
EL ABRAZO PARTIDO/LOST EMBRACE
"THE ANIMATION SHOW 2005"
THE BALLAD OF JACK AND ROSE
DOT THE I
Liza Weisstuch reviews Culture Clash in AmeriCCa at the Virginia Wimberly Theatre.
Steve Vineberg watches the ASP take on the Bard's 'problem comedy'.
Carolyn Clay says Living Out presents its own culture clash.
Marcia B. Siegel reviews Boston Ballet's 'Falling Angels'; Battleworks at Zero Arrow Theatre.
Phoenix Literary Supplement
J.L. Johnson does war by the book.
Ricco Villanueva Siasoco finds hilarious fiction in a hyperreal world.
William Corbett sees Poetry get rich during National Poetry Month
Maureen N. McLane reviews Just the Thing: Selected Letters of James Schuyler, 1951–1991
HOTDOTS: TUESDAY 5 8:00 (2) Nova: The Great Escape. The true story behind the 1963 Steve McQueen movie of the same name reunites the WW2 Allied airpeople who planned an elaborate escape from Stalag Luft III, at Sagan in present-day Poland.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out Babasco
On the Cheap Bangalore Café
Noshing & Sipping: Diet Cherry Vanilla Dr Pepper
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Liquid - Fall 2004
Education Section 2005
Best Music Poll 2004