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  • Nov 29 - Dec 5, 2000
  • Vol. 21, No. 7

News & Views

  • Singing in the rain

    Audio junkies are served well at Stormy Records' new location ... flashpapr's Fred Thomas moves to New York (unfortunately for us) ... Artists debate Internet song-sharing ... Farewell to Joe C ... & more.

Arts & Culture

  • Hey there, kids!
  • Hey there, kids!

    Director Ron Howard succesfully showcases Jim Carrey's antic gifts but fails miserably in building a coherrent movie around him. It doesn't help that Howard trowels on thick, gooey sentimentality.
  • Rififi
  • Rififi

    American director Jules Dassin's best work remains his early artful genre pieces, withRififi – the classic model of the heist movie, it's centerpiece a nearly 30-minute bank job done sans dialogue – offering the grim satisfaction of watching imaginary characters come to a bad end.
  • The Horse Thief
  • The Horse Thief

    Visually, Chinese director Tian Zhuangzhuang's only movie to be released in the West is, to revive an overworked word, awesome. He knows how to evoke the melancholy of distance, the terrible placidity of seasonal changes and the overwhelming strangeness of abundant nature.

Food & Drink

  • Delightful zabaglione
  • Delightful zabaglione

    Imaginative dishes enjoyed in a simple but elegant white-tablecloth setting. The short menu includes a surprising number of vegetarian options, and the desserts (all made in-house) are exceptionally mouth-watering.


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