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  • Issue of
  • Mar 1-7, 2007
  • Vol. 14, No. 40

Arts + Culture

  • Going for broke
  • Film + TV
  • Going for broke

    Anthony Minghella looks at big-city dynamics through small-time crime in Breaking and Entering. Tara Thorne gets a move on it.
  • Theatre
  • When Dove flies

    Kate Watson talks to playwright Emil Sher about the ambiguities of mercy killing in his play Mourning Dove, on now at Neptune.

Food + Drink

  • NED Devine
  • Restaurant Reviews
  • NED Devine

    Liz Feltham visits the North End Diner, where indie kids, soldiers, grandparents and children all come to chow down.

Music

  • Reels life
  • Feature
  • Reels life

    The folk trio returns with its sophomore effort Autumn Country. Shannon Webb-Campbell wishes them good luck on the road.

News + Opinion

  • Inside the square
  • City
  • Inside the square

    Although the housing project was supposed to perform social miracles, it’s become both stigma and scapegoat.
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  • When goats fly
  • Environment
  • When goats fly

    Jacob Deng’s Wings of Hope campaign will send 150 goats to his former home in the Sudan. Shayla Howell follows the herd.
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