Story archive > 2004 > September > 30

  • Slow service eclipses good sandwiches at Elephant Bar

  • News, observations, stray thoughts + medically supervised brain drainings about our city

  • Aretha Franklin (4 stars)—House of Blues, September 24-25

  • Jenna's autobiography is not the tell-all this porn star wanted

  • LADDER 49

  • The Mexican Elvis has entered the building

  • Stories and advice (and a new vocabulary) from the car dealership front

  • All the Arts + Entertainment You Can Eat

  • New Burnout sets the pole even higher

  • Is older guy the prize on a gal's third go-'round?

  • Matt Jacob's Fearless Football Picks

  • Astromat for September 30 - October 6

  • New playwright mines old territory—but cleverly—in satiric Harlequin Brill

  • Who's the Girly Man?

  • Sting (2 stars) w/Annie Lennox — MGM Grand Arena, September 24

  • Nintendo Fusion Tour (3.5 stars) — House of Blues, September 26

  • GOING UPRIVER: THE LONG WAR OF JOHN KERRY

  • PACs and 527 groups offer a revealing look at our political system at work

  • Roaches back where they belong

  • Computer-animated Shark Tale is soulless and shallow

  • Buried deep in the sand, these movies deserve at least a glimpse of daylight

  • Unnamed sources undercut Kitty Kelley's case

  • What you need to know to get the most out of your local arts district on First Friday's second anniversary

  • Mash Notes, Hate Mail, Urgent Communiqués, Secret Messages, Thesis Pieces

  • THÉRÈSE

  • Plane-crash drama most exciting network TV

  • Oakes describes impressions of time and wind

  • There's high-end marketing, but is there community enthusiasm?

  • Michele Quinn, Godt-Cleary director, talks about the gallery's latest offshoot

  • An homage to a nearly forgotten sound

  • Hanson returns in control of career and music

  • Ray LaMontagne; Bowling for Soup

  • The Rio's new I-Bar is a surprising treat

  • I may be in the wrong, but this is all his fault