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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Photos: Boston's Combat Zone, Burlesque (NSFW)

Images from “Boston Combat Zone: 1969–1978” at Howard Yezerski Gallery and “Henry Horenstein: Show” at Walker Contemporary
Images from Boston's Combat Zone at Howard Yezerski Gallery and the "Henry Horenstein: Show" at Walker.
By: PHOENIX STAFF  |  February 19, 2010


A walk on the wild side
The Combat Zone, plus burlesque, drag, cross-dressing, and the avant-garde
Infinite pleasure
John Banville's playful universe
Interview: Damon Wayans
Getting silly again
Parallel worlds
Legacy of Light at the Lyric; Not Enough Air from Nora; The Island of Slaves from Orfeo Group
Photos: Boston's Combat Zone, Burlesque (NSFW)
Images from “Boston Combat Zone: 1969–1978” at Howard Yezerski Gallery and “Henry Horenstein: Show” at Walker Contemporary
Play by play: February 19, 2010
Theatre listings, week of February 19, 2010


Bull McCabe's
A sweet little neighborhood pub with modest food at nice prices
Lord Hobo
This convivial corner of Hell is actually beer Heaven


Holy Scrollers!
The future of e-publishing can be found in one of the world's oldest books.
Photos: Get Your Beard On Saturday at Precinct
Beards-a-poppin' at Union Square's Precinct on February 13
Read 'em and weep
Idiot Box
Secret Harbor
The real-life version of Scorsese's Shutter Island imports hundreds of homeless from the South End every evening; they’re among the few allowed on Boston Harbor’s isle of mystery.
The (abridged) e-book of Genesis
How Apple, Stephen King, and Kindle begot a revolution
These two bearded dudes walk into a bar
 Battle of the beards in Somerville
Topiary Slalom


Camera obscura
Philippe Grandrieux's loaded minimalism
Photos: Boston Harbor's Long Island
Long Island, the real-life Shutter Island
Review: District 13: Ultimatum
Balletic beatdowns aplenty
Review: Meredith Monk: Inner Voice
Monk's evocative book of hours
Review: Red Riding
Yorkshire pudding
Review: Shutter Island
Brain drain: few shudders
Review: The Ultimate Wave Tahiti 3D
Big waves, little ripples
Review: The Wolfman
Splashes of gore and sulky introspection


Arty crashers
Fucked Up live to conquer the improbable
Field Music | Field Music (Measure)
Memphis Industries (2010)
Hot Chip | One Life Stand
Astralwerks (2010)

Music Continued

Interview: Skeletonwitch’s Scott Hedrick
Catching up with Demi Lovato’s favorite metal band
Ivory and ebony
Jake One and Freeway aren't hip-hop's first multi-racial tag team
Lionel Loueke | Mwaliko
Blue Note (2010)
Photos: Henry Gale at Great Scott
Henry Gale, live at Great Scott, February 18, 2010
Photos: Tegan and Sara at the Ames Hotel
WFNX presents Tegan and Sara live at the Ames Hotel, February 13, 2010
Photos: Tegan and Sara at the Orpheum
Tegan and Sara, live at the Orpheum Theatre, on February 13, 2010
Photos: The Magnetic Fields at the Wilbur Theatre
The Magnetic Fields, live at the Wilbur Theatre, on February 11, 2010
Photos: Thunderdome XVII Lovers' Ball
January 14 at Villa Victoria, South End, Boston
Review: Magnetic Fields at the Wilbur Theatre
Magnetic Fields, live Wilbur Theatre, February 11, 2010
Review: Tegan and Sara at the Orpheum
Tegan and Sara, live at the Orpheum, February 13, 2010
Rock in a hard place
Township climb a rock scene that’s neither
Swede heart
El Perro del Mar cheers up — a little
The Big Hurt: Aussie asses sued off
Plus creepy Macca spawn sings; iffy Ringo joke aborted
Two great flavors
Freeway and Jake One team up to lay it down
Xiu Xiu | Dear God, I Hate Myself
Kill Rock Stars (2010)


Donkeys kicking Timilty
Governor's Council
Keep streets safe and children in school
Letters to the Boston editor, February 19, 2010
Might as well jump
Recent retirements of key democrats paint a picture of a powerful Republican rogue wave forming. So why are high-profile Republicans jumping ship too?
Right Click
Conservatives have ruled radio and liberals have dominated the net; but as the Red Mass Group's rise demonstrates, the left's Web supremacy is hardly a sure bet.
The Bicycle Feat
Jungle Fever
The power of money
Shame on the nation's biggest health insurer; shame on the Black Caucus


Crossword: ''So Many Words''
Throwin' em out at random for you.
Review: No More Heroes 2
Pain in the assassin
Rocky pot
It's murder time in Tennessee; Plus, Warren Sapp gets flagged for hands to the face

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