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Table of contents for week of September 12, 2003
NEWS & FEATURES
Jess Kilby investigates VA care, and finds that today’s veterans shouldn’t expect any better than yesterday’s.
Plus, this just in:
INDIE RETAIL: California record stores get computers!
GRASSROOTS: Be a better neighbor
PUBLISHING WORLD: Fabiano says, Laugh it Off
Politics and Other Mistakes: "Yesterday’s news just hit home today" by Al Diamon
Letters to the editor
Postcard from Wells: To serve and protest
Game On: To Joe and Jerry
Travel: Urban denial
With their newest CD, Chaiming the Knoblessone, Josh Rogers says South Portland art-rock collective Cerberus Shoal attempt to smash through the walls of genre themselves.
Matt Ashare on The Dandy Warhols, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and the Raveonettes.
Sean Richardson hears Poison the Well and Further Seems Forever take action.
Ted Drozdowski on Derek Trucks and Robert Randolph.
Franklin Bruno on Parker & Lewis, Steve Lacy, and Roswell Rudd.
Also, short reviews of:
Frank Black and the Catholics: SHOW ME YOUR TEARS
Joe Callicott: AIN’T A GONNA LIE TO YOU
Jim Campilongo Electric Trio: AMERICAN HIPS
Kings of Leon: YOUTH & YOUNG MANHOOD
Shelby Lynne: IDENTITY CRISIS
Greg Osby: ST. LOUIS SHOE
Short reviews of::
LOST IN TRANSLATION
ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO
Worth the Trip:
The Boston Film Fest, Week 2
In "Redemption songs," Jeff Inglis finds out who deserves a Second Chance.
Playing with matches: Maggie Knowles checks out "Alter" at Filament Gallery.
Julia Hanna reviews Jhumpa Lahiri's new novel, The Namesake
Andy King instructs us to get our sip on at Meritage.
The Best of 2002
Best Music Poll 2003
Portland Band Guide