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Table of contents for week of September 5, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Long-term care in the long term: Selena Juneau-Vogel reports on how Maine, with a little help from the insurance industry, is trying to avert a disaster of elderly proportions.
"What’s up in California?" Adam Reilly provides your guide to the most bizarre political scene this side of Afghanistan.
Beth Brogan finds out how Charice Oliver became a pastor without spending seven years at school
Dan Kennedy says that Ashcroft’s anti-porn crusade threatens everyone’s free-speech rights.
David S. Bernstein reports on how this year’s presidential candidates hope to use the Internet for much more than just fundraising.
Plus, this just in:
CONGRESS STREET: The empty kitchen
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH: Zoom, zoom, zoom
Politics and Other Mistakes: "Summer of drugs" by Al Diamon
Technophilia: Jess Kilby covers Monsanto’s treacherous case against Oakhurst.
Never Mind the bollocks, Sam Pfeifle says 6gig go over and above.
Euphoria’s Id, may have broken up more than 30 years ago, but their recordings have just been released on CD. By Josh Rogers.
Sean Richardson reviews breakaway emo.
From Russia with dub - Michael Alan Goldberg on DJ Vadim.
Brett Milano steps into The Wind, potentially Warren Zevon's final album.
Franklin Bruno gets electrified with Stark Reality's Now.
Josh Kun looks for the real in Mya's music.
Also, short reviews of:
Cober: THE BREAKER
Anna Karina: UNE HISTOIRE D’AMOUR
The Mercy Brothers: STRANGE ADVENTUR
Spitalfield: REMEMBER RIGHT NOW
Short reviews of::
DICKIE ROBERTS: FORMER CHILD STAR
JEEPERS CREEPERS 2
THE MAGDALENE SISTERS
"Love and a light touch" may be what takes to be your brother's keeper, by Jeff Inglis.
Worth the Trip:
Pacific Overtures at North Shore Music Theatre through September 14.
Maggie Knowles checks out Charles Frederick Kimball’s scene at PMA.
Jonathan Dixon takes a peek into Chuck Palahniuk’s disappointing Diary.
Andy King finds a cure for leftover garden veggies in "Canned Summer."
The Best of 2002
Best Music Poll 2003
Portland Band Guide