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  • Aug 30 - Sep 5, 2000
  • Vol. 20, No. 46

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  • One more try
  • One more try

    The owners of Maple Creek Farm, which sells organic produce and honey, say they are going to give it another year before chucking in their dream.

Music

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  • Pan-Asian pleasures
  • Pan-Asian pleasures

    The menu combines Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine — with a few additions such as crab Rangoon and chicken curry — in an ambitious list of entrées, adapted to Midwestern tastes. Chef Nguyen’s version of Pho Dac Biet, a meal-in-a-bowl soup of beef and noodles, was good, with lots of brisket, meatballs and tripe.
  • Godzilla 2000
  • Godzilla 2000

    Any Japanese Godzilla movie is more or less part disaster flick and part WWF Monster Smackdown. This millennium’s version follows suit, borrowing some action and screwballish romance moments to add a pinch of American spice. The man in the rubber s
  • Yippee-kay yay
  • Yippee-kay yay

    Nestled in relative obscurity, the sprawling Diamondback Saloon bursts with new and old country music and lots of two-stepping. Live bands play and line and two-step lessons are available at this country palace where ten gallon hats and ruffled skirts rule.
  • The Art of War
  • The Art of War

    In many ways, War is like a cheap theme park ride through "The Greatest Hits of the ’90s Action Movie." Wesley Snipes makes a habit of gravity-defying leaps across city rooftops. He crashes through skylights, miraculously unscathed. It al
  • Titanic Town
  • Titanic Town

    What this film captures so well — missing in many films about the "troubles" in Northern Ireland — is the absurdity of trying to conduct a seminormal life during an occupation. Director Roger Michell (Persuasion, Notting Hill) has

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