Table of contents for week of August 5, 2005
NEWS & FEATURES
The Republican fight for the gubernatorial candidacy between Cianchette and Mills should offer real choices to voters. By Lance Tapley.
Adam Reilly checks out some Libertarians in the Granite State.
Plus, this just in:
GLASS HALF FULL CAFTA gets the strong-arm
BOOZE BLUES A beer bully
YOUR MAN IN DC Allen listens in
CITY LIFE Peeved about parking
JUDICIAL UPDATE The right organizes
Politics and Other Mistakes
Letters to the editor
Sam Pfeifle on Quinn Collins's latest film project, which comes with an 'original motion picture soundtrack'.
Nick Sylvester suggests 10 ways to soup up your iPod. 10 ways we can tell you about at least...
Becca Dewan checks out the Bowdoin finale.
David Weininger checks in with Jay Farrar and Son Volt.
Matt Ashare does the same with John Doe and his other band, The Knitters.
And for a hat trick, Mikael Wood, er, checks in with Bob Mould.
Also, Jon Garelick recommends you make the trip for Eartha Kitt and Carly Bley at Newport
Also, short reviews of:
COLLEEN THE GOLDEN MORNING BREAKS
EMINEM EMINEM PRESENTS THE ANGER MANAGEMENT TOUR
MARKUS GUENTNER 1981
IDIOT PILOT STRANGE WE SHOULD MEET HERE
SECRET MACHINES THE ROAD LEADS WHERE ITíS LED
VARIOUS ARTISTS YOU AINíT TALKINí TO ME: CHARLIE POOLE AND THE ROOTS OF COUNTRY MUSIC
Amy Martin takes in Boogie Board Beach.
Short reviews of:
DUKES OF HAZZARD
Worth the trip:
Peter Keough digs Broken Flowers.
Megan Grumbling reviews Picasso in Waldoboro.
Sara Donnelly on Javier Bucher.
Worth the trip:
Spindrift at Concord
Maggie Knowles on John Brumit at SPACE
Ted Drozdowski learns a thing or two on the art of the interview from Anthony DeCurtis' latest.
Andy King samples a little blueberry bliss.
Best Music Poll 2005
The Best of 2004
Portland Band Guide