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  • Sep 6-12, 2000
  • Vol. 20, No. 47

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Arts & Culture

  • A life so far
  • A life so far

    Absolutely invigorating future music from Tony Ollivierra, who has a gem of a new record on Planet E ... The Dally in the Alley features world-class talent all-day on the free electronic stage ... & a benefit for Anthony “Shake” Shakir.

Food & Drink

Music

Film & Screens

Blogs

  • Tastes of sea and forest
  • Tastes of sea and forest

    Whether Erie Street needed another Italian restaurant or not, Il Gabbiano was a charming addition to the scene. On the second floor is a “wine attic," a climate-controlled room that you can enter in order to select your own bottle. Chef-owner Joe Fallea's food is splendid, including selections such as insalata di mare (seafood salad), linguine mare monte ("sea and mountain") and pappardelle al sapore di bosco (flavor of the forest).
  • The Way of the Gun
  • The Way of the Gun

    Christopher McQuarrie’s directorial debut is one bloody shoot-’em-up, a cross between a vengeance western and a film noir. Yet the center of this testosterone fest turns out to be a woman, and not the usual femme fatale — with Juliette Lewis, Ryan Phillip
  • Wonderland
  • Wonderland

    Director Michael Winterbottom (Jude, Welcome to Sarajevo) explores the ways in which ordinary people build their own private hells, but he turns these individuals into stereotypes, draining his film of the passion it so desperately needs.
  • The Specialist
  • The Specialist

    A two-hour documentary culled from nearly 500 hours of videotape of the Adolph Eichmann trial, artfully shaped by Israeli director Eyal Sivan to give a sense of chronological continuity to Eichmann's testimony: "the banality of evil."

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