Celibate at Harvard:
Can true love ever replace campus hook-ups?
A year ago, a conservative revolution was born in the throbbing heart of liberal Cambridge: a True Love Revolution (TLR), that is.
Come out, come out, wherever you are:
GLBT students get by with a little help from EAGLE, BGLTSA, BAGELS, GAMIT, QWILLTS, GABLES, and NUBiLAGA
What if I’d been a guy in a Ren Faire dress?
SARA FAITH ALTERMAN
Playing with your food:
Recreational cooking classes to satisfy every appetite
In 1977, two food-loving childhood friends named Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield signed up for a $5 Penn State correspondence course in ice-cream making, just for the hell of it.
Going Ga Ga:
Video: Spoon live at First Act Guitar Studio
BOSTON PHOENIX VIDEO
October 26, 2007:
People who respond to polls:
I don't know, Olaf:
No turning back:
Could be verse: poetry ripped straight from the headlines
Lines in recognition of Eric Lamarque, the Canadian truck driver who this past week caused extensive damage to the Mass Pike’s brand-new Allston U-turn.
Letters to the Boston editor, October 26, 2007
I was fascinated by your article about firefighters and hero worship.
BOSTON PHOENIX LETTERS
THIS JUST IN
No war, okay?:
One more time
You’d be forgiven for wondering why you should show up at the New England Mobilization to End the War in Iraq.
Secret agent man
The Internet has been an agglomerate of secrets since the first chat room was invented.
CAITLIN E. CURRAN
THIS JUST IN
Democracy you can taste — and smell:
And a helping hand for Hillary
Ah, New Hampshire. Where the gloves come off and supper’s on.
SARA FAITH ALTERMAN
Dot Ave goes to Hollywood
In Brad Gann’s film Black Irish, Tom Guiry plays a seething blur of Southie rage named Terry.
Home grown terror:
Cathy Wilkerson's memoir of the Weather Underground recalls a time when revolution seemed possible
Cathy Wilkerson, 62-year-old math teacher and mother of one, was famous long ago, as a member of the radical political collective Weatherman.
At the top of the food chain
I’m not supposed to like Wagamama, but I do. I’m not supposed to like chains, and Wagamama is a UK-based chain with 79 restaurants in 10 countries.
Chez Henri’s Conch Yaniqueque:
Have your Johnnycake and eat it, too
Usually when I go to Cambridge for a taste of the Latin-inspired French-bistro cuisine at Chez Henri, I sidle up to the bar for their signature combo meal.
Chronicle of a death foretold:
Joy Division were rooted in grim finality. Now, through a series of new books, CDs, and films, the band has found new life.
What a difference a death makes.
A tast of Oleana:
Forget ghosts and goblins; think sustainable farming.
A taste of Rocca:
They may not be riding in on a white horse, but the folks at Rocca are certainly saviors.
MEDIA -- DONT QUOTE ME
Anti-press overreach in the Sun Belt. Plus, the strange resilience of Page Six editor Richard Johnson
A pair of recent developments in the Sun Belt serves as a useful reminder that antagonism between government and the press can get a whole lot nastier.
Overzealous deans at Emerson literally make students’ rights disappear
What happened to the student bill of rights?
HARVEY SILVERGLATE AND JAMES F. TIERNEY
THE EDITORIAL PAGE
Why Mukasey stinks:
Plus, what the Obama endorsement shows about Patrick
The idea that former federal judge Michael Mukasey may soon be confirmed as US attorney general is almost a welcome relief. But it should not be.
Obama heads in the right direction with his latest strategic maneuvers, but still lacks a killer stump address
Finally, Barack Obama has begun drawing contrasts between himself and Hillary Clinton.
Dan in Real Life:
From comedy to crap
What's wrong with Steve Carrell?
Lake of Fire:
Seeing choice, in shades of gray
We still have the right to choose, Kaye seems to say, but we should know what that choice looks like.
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Keller, Kennedy, and "Crashing"
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Romney's Huckabee Problem
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Deval (Hearts) Obama
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