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Table of contents for week of July 29, 2005

Ian Donnis asks: What happens when the Boston Globe, the biggest newspaper in Boston, owns a financial piece of the biggest story in town, the Red Sox?

After years of working for the right-wing, David Brock has switched sides and is watching to make sure that mainstream media isn't caving under conservative pressure. Mark Jurkowitz debates trusting him.

Phillipe & Jorge's Cool, Cool World: Wetlands? Not for long

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Double Dipper

Savage Love: Pointers needed

Editors' Picks

Plus, this just in:
STRANGE BEDFELLOW: Dems pounce on report of a Rove-Chafee connection
ANNALS OF LABOR: Naval custodians get a rude awakening
TALKING POLITICS: A new apex for Carcieriís excellent adventure

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla talks with Johnny Carlevale about rockin' out rockabilly style with Johnny Carlevale & the Broken Rhythm Boys.

While the Pixies bask in their found again success, Charles Thompson (a/k/a Black Francis/Frank Black) is back to making his own music. Matt Ashare and Frank Black chat.

Also, short reviews of:
ACTION ACTION: DONíT CUT YOUR FABRIC TO THIS YEARíS FASHION
R. KELLY: TP-3: RELOADED
THOR: AN-THOR-LOGY, 1976-1985
WALTHAM: WALTHAM
WEIRD WAR: ILLUMINATED BY THE LIGHT
CHRIS WHITLEY: SOFT DANGEROUS SHORES

Worth the Trip:
Scout Niblett + Grizzly Bear + Tigersaw at T.T. the Bearís Place.
"Comedians of Comedy Tour" at Paradise Rock Club.

FILM

This week's trailers:
MUST LOVE DOGS
STEALTH

Worth the Trip:
November in Boston.

THEATER

Bill Rodriguez talks with Jill Greenhalgh, creator of the Magdalena Project, about creating a working space for women and women's language.

Stephen Karam's Girl on Girl has Bill Rodriguez dying of laughter.

Bill Rodriguez says Courthouse Light Opera's staging of The Mikado "doesn't disappoint."

I'll Be Seeing You reminds Bill Rodriguez of the grim reality of what this country's health-care system has planned for his old age.

Worth the Trip:
Hamlet on the Boston Common.
My Old Lady at Gloucester Stage Company.
Slanguage at the Boston Center for the Arts.

ART

Worth the Trip:
"SOME COLOR" at Howard Yezerski Gallery.
"In Response to Place: Photographs from the Nature Conservancyís Last Great Places" at Boston Public Library.

BOOKS

Carolyn Clay joins Harry Potter on an adventure through Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

Jonathan Dixon says Cormac McCarthy's No Country for Old Men's plot is a page turner and the dialogue sings.

TELEVISION

Chris Nelson calls Big Brother "the realest of the reality shows."

Hot dots: MONDAY 1: 10:00 [44] P.O.V.: THE SELF-MADE MAN. A family film about suicide and end-of-life choices. Filmmaker Susan Stern focuses on her father, who, facing serious illness at age 77, decides that everyone would be better off if he killed himself.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez samples Jamaican home cooking in the island atmosphere of Montego Bay at Tina's II.

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