Table of contents for week of April 8, 2005|
NEWS & FEATURES
Dan Kennedy explains that while the achievements of John Paul II will live on, unfortunately, so will his flaws.
You might think that the public water supply is contracted to private corporations only in places like Bolivia, but Deirdre Fulton explains that the deal is most likely coming to a municipality near you.
Mike Miliard talks with Worcester label A-Records' founders, who have survived wars in Africa and Iraq, and are now working for good in America.
Sam Pfeifle agrees with the premise of Peter Cox's Journalism Matters
Francis J. Connolly says that Pope John Paul II made sure his conservative legacy would live on.
First Ronald Reagan and now this! Barry Crimmins wonders how much more we can take.
Tamara Wieder interviews the loquacious Camille Paglia about the state of poetry today.
In "Out There," Alan Olifson laments the sorry state of horror.
In "Urban Buy," the nautical look sails into spring. By Nina Schwarz.
Dan Savage on sex.
In the Phoenix editorial: the case of Abdul Raheem is further proof that a commission — with real power — is needed to investigate our flawed justice system
Phoenix Education Supplement
Esther Shein reveals the buried treasures of fellowships and scholarships that can help graduate students stay above the poverty line.
Nina MacLaughlin reveals some alternative ways into some of the area's best schools.
Letters to the editor
Plus, this just in:
FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS Romney’s $20 million inaction
ANNALS OF FREE TRADE Reverend Billy descends on Starbucks
CODE GREEN The environment goes critical
WOMEN ABOUT TOWN Menino’s gender smackdown
MEDIA A Pulitzer for not being blinded by science
DEPT. OF UNWITTING SELF-PARODY ‘Rethinking Fatness’
BAD TO THE BONE Truly wicked pissah at MIT
In Theater, Conway and Korman are still crazy after all these years
In Galleries and Museums, Bruce Bemis at the Mills, the dictionary at Brickbottom, and Isabellas galore at the Gardner
In Classical, Genoveva finally reaches Boston, plus Beaux Arts Trio
Matt Ashare talks with quirky diva Tori Amos about her new CD, her new book, and her many frames of reference.
Ken Micallef talks with Loudon and Kate's daughter and Rufus's sister, Martha Wainwright, about coming out from under their shadow for her first solo album.
Mikael Wood talks with singer-songwriter Brendan Benson about his long-awaited third album
Banning Eyre talks with the exciting Mauritanian singer Malouma about her latest CD and her upcoming show at the Somerville Theatre
Jeffery Gantz takes notes on Lang Lang, Eugene Onegin, and more
In Cellars By Starlight, Darkbuster get loaded, and the Konks go Bomp!
In Giant Steps: Eric Hofbauer’s DIY jazz
In Out: DuoTone in the corner; theremin marks the Honeyspot; Enormous turns three
Chris Rucker talks with Boston hip-hop mixologist Clinton Sparks
Live reviews of: ERICH BACHMANN AND GRAHAM COXON,
BERNADETTE PETERS, and READ YELLOW AND THE DETACHMENT KIT
Also, short reviews of:
Averi DRAWN TO REVOLVING DOORS
Daft Punk HUMAN AFTER ALL
Fantômas SUSPENDED ANIMATION
M.C. Lars THE LAPTOP EP
Ulrich Schnauss A STRANGELY ISOLATED PLACE
The Stands ALL YEARS LEAVING
M. Ward TRANSISTOR RADIO
Peter Keough sees impossible dreams fulfilled in Fever Pitch
Warner and Turner issue five classic films on DVD. By Lloyd Schwartz.
In Filmculture, Gerald Peary says auteurs fail to score in Eros
Also, short reviews of:
COMME UNE IMAGE/LOOK AT ME
DUST TO GLORY
The Phantom returns, this time to the Opera House. Liza Weisstuch says the play still cannot be dismissed.
Súgán takes a dark road in Gagarin Way. By Carolyn Clay.
Carolyn Clay sees Constant Star at Merrimack Repertory Theatre.
Marcia B. Siegel reviews Russian National Ballet Theatre of Moscow's Swan Lake.
Nina MacLaughlin reviews Jeanette Winterson's latest, Lighthousekeeping.
HOTDOTS: WEDNESDAY 13 9:00 (7) Revelations (movie). Apocalypse when? Well that depends on how well Bill Pullman and Natascha McElhone do their self-appointed job of postponing the apocalypse.
By Clif Garboden
Dining Out Tantric Bar & Grill
On the Cheap Skampa
Noshing & Sipping: Samuel Adams Black Lager
Taste Buds: Upcoming local dining events
Digital Photography Guide
The Best 2004
Liquid - Fall 2004
Education Section 2005
Best Music Poll 2004