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Table of contents for week of January 13, 2005

Ian Donnis discusses Governor Donald L. Carcieri and political campaigns for 2006.

Phillipe & Jorge: Tough time for Cheney

Ask Dr. Lovemonkey: Fast break

Savage Love: Milking the cow

Editors' Picks

Crossword Solution: Solution for the Jonesin' Crossword of January 13, 2006: " Rounders "— no sharp corners here.

Plus, this just in:
MONEY MATTERS: Our currency reflects the real cultural value of women
LOCAL MOTION: Car-sharing creeps into Providence
AS THE PROJO TURNS: Is the staffing glass half-full or half-empty?

Astrology: Moon Signs

MUSIC

Bob Gulla says goodbye to Barry Cowsill.

Michael Alan Goldberg learns the reality behind the virtual Puffy AmiYumi.

Columbia opens Miles Davis’s Cellar Door. By John Garelick.

Also, short reviews of:
DAVE GHETTO: LOVE LIFE?
KRISTIN HOFFMAN: REAL
IMOGEN HEAP: SPEAK FOR YOURSELF
CURT KIRKWOOD: SNOW
SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR: BLESSED
OTIS TAYLOR: BELOW THE FOLD

Worth the Trip:
Elvin Bishop at Scullers, DoubleTree Guest Suites Hotel.

Eugene Mirman + Gogol Bordello + Tegan And Sara + Cake at the Palladium.

FILM

This week's trailers:
GLORY ROAD
GRANDMA’S BOY
HOODWINKED
LAST HOLIDAY
TRISTAN & ISOLDE

Worth the Trip:
"Architects on Film" at Museum Of Fine Arts.

THEATER

Worth the Trip:
The Underpants at Lyric Stage Company of Boston.

Hamlet at Cutler Majestic Theatre.

ART

Bill Rodriguez checks out "2006 Omnium Gatherum," the photography show at the Warwick Art Museum.

Worth the Trip:
Bellini at the Gardner and Cubism at the MFA.

"Dana Schutz: Works from 2002–2006" and "Oliver Herring: On the Cusp" @ Rose Art Museum and "Degas to Picasso: Modern Masters" @ Museum of Fine Arts.

BOOKS

Clea Simon remembers New Orleans through the words of Tom Piazza's Why New Orleans Matters and Andrei Codrescu's New Orleans, Mon Amour: Twenty Years of Writings from the City.

TELEVISION

Hot dots: WEDNESDAY 18: 9:00 [2] SLAVERY AND THE MAKING OF AMERICA: THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL and LIBERTY IN THE AIR | A history of slavery in America from the first instance, in 1619, through reconstruction.

FOOD

Bill Rodriguez dines at Venice Restaurant.

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