Table of contents for week of May 30, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Ian Donnis on Belo’s bonanza: the FCC is poised to unleash big media, paving the way for the ProJo’s corporate parent to buy a TV station in Rhode Island
Sure, says Dan Kennedy, there are plenty of scary things jumping out at us these days. But how to separate horrifying fact from media hype?
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Bud-I update
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Off the hook
Plus, this just in:
IDLE WORSHIP : A fine line between idol and icon
THE ENVIRONMENT : Activists push catalogue companies to go green
CAMPUS CULTURE : Republicans raise their profile at Brown
Bub Gulla talks to Mike Hamel and company as they head west
Matt Ashare on Led Zeppelin, recording, and the question of what music is all about.
Sean Richardson on /boston/music/cellars/documents/02914425.htm">Staind, who deal with life on the top while /boston/music/cellars/documents/02914425.htm">6gig try to get there.
Also, short reviews of:
Longwave : THE STRANGEST THINGS
DJ Quik : UNDER THA INFLUENCE
Juno Reactor : ODYSSEY 1992-2002
Zero 7 : SIMPLE THINGS: REMIXES
Ghostface Killah : SHAOLIN’S FINEST: THE BEST OF GHOSTFACE KILLAH
Shesus : LOVES YOU . . . LOVES YOU NOT
And, last but not least, Roadtripping
Gary Susman says Jim Carrey is divine once more.
This week's trailers:
THE ITALIAN JOB
Bill Rodriguez talks to Tony Estrella about the return of the Gamm Theatre, and he also wonders whether to Lovage or leave it?
Johnette Rodriguez says FortyCarats doesn’t shine.
Mike Miliard sifts through the Sox drawer.
Hot Dots Wednesday, 9:00 (10) The Miss Universe Pageant. Daisy Fuentes is one of the hosts. That's about the high point of this 52nd annual beauty show.
Johnette Rodriguez finds a budding hotspot at Gale Warnings.
The Best 2002