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NEWS & FEATURES

Lance Tapley discusses the power play that has left Maine State House Democrats with control over a "nonpartisan" activist group.

Shay Stewart-Boulay finds herself looking forward to the coming months with some dread.

Michael Bronski on the life of Dr. Charles Socarides, the man who thought he could "cure" homosexuality. Plus, this just in:
  • EYE ON AUGUSTA Squeezing Sudan
  • HOTEL VS. CLUB Good soundbreaks make . . .
  • RECORDING An album a day
  • HOOPLEVILLE A David Kish comic strip

    Politics and other mistakes
    Letters to the Editor
    Savage Love
    Crossword solution


    MUSIC

    Sam Pfeifle on La Bonne Vie by Boreal Tordu.

    Michael Alan Goldber on Japanese pop (and U. S. cartoon) sensations Puffy AmiYumi.

    Mikael Wood checks out new releases from Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Foxx.

    Ted Drozdowski finds Elvin Bishop getting his groove back.

    Jon Garelick opens Miles Davis's Cellar Door

    Worth the trip: comedian Eugene Mirman.

    Plus, Sibilance

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

    FILM

    Peter Keough reviews Brokeback Mountain.

    Short reviews of:
  • GRANDMA’S BOY
  • TRISTAN & ISOLDE


    Worth the trip:
    Caché.

    THEATER

    Megan Grumbling on WORKNOT 2006.

    Worth the trip:
    Carolyn Clay recommends Steve Martin's The Underpants

    DANCE

    ART

    Ian Paige on new exhibits at UNE.

    Worth the trip:
    Belini at the Gardener and cubism at the MFA.

    BOOKS

    Clea Simon on two writers' remembering of New Orleans.

    FOOD

    Brian Duff on Frozen foods that warm the heart.

    SPECIALS

    Best Music Poll 2005
    The Best of 2005
    Portland Band Guide










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