A cookbook that brings together the University Musical Society's 120-year history and an exciting collection of recipes contributed by the likes of violinist Itzhak Perlman (bean sprout salad), and soprano Jessye Norman (tea cake).
Oprah Winfrey's supposed to be a good example of New-Agey things like serenity, gratefulness and living in the moment. But let's face it Oprah can afford to be serene. Liz has some great tips for the rest of us.
Trying to duplicate the formula of The Full Monty, director Nigel Cole trots out familiar stereotypes of British eccentrics living in a tightly knit rural community — here harvesting marijuana — with every laugh lessened by a sense of déj&ag
A lot of good actors have invested themselves in this predictable pabulum (Christina Ricci and Ian Holm are wasted in cameos), a patchwork stitched together from pieces of far better occult films — with Rufus Sewell, Kim Basinger and Jimmy Smits.
Helmed by Polish director Wojciech Has and based on Jan Potocki's 1813 mind-bending tale, this intriguing blend of a picturesque costume piece and classic '60s Euro-horror is faithful to the mad strategy of the novel — with Zbigniew Cybulski.
"A neighborhood bar with lots of style." The top floor has huge windows overlooking Woodward. Downstairs has a sidewalk cafe and lounge with a view of the brewhouse. The WAB serves a selection of its own microbrewed beer, rootbeer and cream soda that has made the brewery #1 two years in a row. You won't find your typical bar food here, gourmet sandwiches, quesadillas, bruschetta, huge salads, and more.
The latest criminal mastermind from the fecund imagination of director John Waters demands the total annihilation of the film industry as we know it. Waters reintroduces the hopped-up sexual deviants of his earlier films, but this time he gives them a mis