The Must List

The Must List

High heels, high octane, and 8 other things we love this week

MUSIC
1. LOLLAPALOOZA
The trendsetting fest is back with its best lineup ever, including Jane's Addiction and Audioslave. (Hemp products sold separately.)

POP CULTURE
2. MIDNIGHT CLUB II
You can practically smell the burnt rubber and nitrous oxide while playing this high-octane street-racing game for PlayStation 2.

TV
3. PRIMETIME GLICK
More clueless than your aunt, less hip than your dad, Comedy Central's chatty celebrity interviewer (a giddy Martin Short) is all about smarmy, squirmy, plus-size fun.

MOVIE
4. FINDING NEMO
Fish gotta swim, and moviegoers gotta fly to catch Pixar's nifty underwater adventure.

BOOKS
5. THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME, BY MARK HADDON
In his artful debut novel, Haddon presents an engaging and unlikely protagonist in Christopher Boone, an autistic teenager determined to investigate mysteries both big and small.

TV
6. SEX AND THE CITY
HBO gives us another excuse to stay home Sunday nights. Will Carrie, Miranda, Samantha, and Charlotte find love and happiness in the sixth and final season of this sleek and sassy series?

MOVIE
7. CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS
Director Andrew Jarecki paints a painfully intimate portrait of a family torn apart by charges of pedophilia.

BOOKS
8. WHEN HOLLYWOOD HAD A KING, BY CONNIE BRUCK
A detailed, endlessly compelling biography of movie mogul Lew Wasserman.

TV
9. THE AMAZING RACE 4
CBS' globe-trotting reality competition just gets better and better as models and virgins and clowns (oh my!) navigate toward a nail-biting conclusion.

MUSIC
10. LED ZEPPELIN DVD
The songs remain the same — and still have plenty of Zep, as proved by these two DVDs of electrifying performance footage.

Originally posted Jun 27, 2003 Published in issue #716-717 Jun 27, 2003 Order article reprints