Table of contents for week of August 29, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
As the ProJo Turns: Belo doesn't bite on ethics apple. By Ian Donnis
The next several weeks could be key for Howard Dean's presidential campaign. David S. Berstein wonders if he can press enough flesh and garner enough endorsements to power his New Hampshire momentum?
Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Thanks for the memories
Out There: Words to the wise
Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Love bytes
Plus, this just in:
ANNALS OF LABOR: Breakaway SEIU faction bucks the tide
RACIAL PROFILING: Officials charting response to discrimination
Astrology: Moon Signs
Summer’s not over yet, assures Bob Gulla. Rhythm & Roots tops a busy Labor Day weekend.
Coffee connections: Sean Richardson covers the sensitive pop of Jason Mraz and Pete Yorn.
Rancid pay their respects to Joe Strummer and Joey Ramone, by Matt Ashare.
Also, short reviews of:
Android Lust: THE DIVIDING
Bitch and Animal: SOUR JUICE AND RHYME
The Libertines: UP THE BRACKET
Graham Lindsey: FAMOUS ANONYMOUS WILDERNESS
John Zorn: MASADA GUITARS
Go for a ride: Roadtripping
Peter Keough says the director and cast of I Capture the Castle capture a classic.
This week's trailers:
AND NOW . . . LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
MY BOSS’S DAUGHTER
THE SECRET LIVES OF DENTISTS
Laughs — bemused smirks, at the very least: Bill Rodriguez on Short Attention Span Theatre, Wave Five.
Bill Rodriguez says Theatre-by-the-Sea’s Always . . . Patsy Cline is captivating.
Hot dots : Thursday 10:00 (6) Peter Jennings Reporting: I Have a Dream. Not Peter's dream, but Martin Luther King's from 1963. This show looks back at the politics and the social issues of the months leading up to King's historic oration from Washington DC.
Bill Rodriguez says desserts are to vie for at Cap’n Jack’s.
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