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  • Jul 26 - Aug 1, 2000
  • Vol. 20, No. 41

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Arts & Culture

  • 700 miles in a box
  • 700 miles in a box

    Why would detroit contemporary founder Aaron Timlin go to New York the hard way (by foot, in an oversized milk carton)? There are a few reasons ... and raising money for his youth/art mentorship program is only one of them.

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Music

Film & Screens

Blogs

  • Loser
  • Loser

    As writer/director Amy Heckerling makes abundantly clear in this collegiate romantic comedy starring Jason Biggs and Mena Suvari, being a loser is a rough and often lonely road, but not without its benefits. Despite some unexplained gaps and a plot whi
  • The In Crowd
  • The In Crowd

    Starring Adrien Williams and directed by Mary Lambert (Clubland), The In Crowd‘s typically absurd plot calls to mind a mixture of morning television talk shows and soap operas. The In Crowd’s deep, dark secret? It’s just a mediocre mo
  • A creamy rhapsody
  • A creamy rhapsody

    Steve and Darlene Szatmari's downriver Hungarian Rhapsody is filled with families who want to eat food that tastes like grandma used to cook. Everyone knows that these cuisines are on the heavy side -- not exactly suitable for a weight-reducing diet, but very delicious. The Hungarian combination plate lets you sample chicken paprikas, cabbage stuffed with pork, veal and rice, and a great breaded pork chop. However, the outstanding choices at Hungarian Rhapsody are the desserts: Kremes (kre-mesh), puff pastry with vanilla custard filling.
  • What Lies Beneath
  • What Lies Beneath

    Sum this up as Fatal Attraction meets Ghost. Despite Michelle Pfeiffer and Harrison Ford’s best efforts, director Robert Zemeckis’ effort leaves little wonder as to what lies beneath: A reworking of so many Alf

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