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  • Jun 12-18, 2002
  • Vol. 22, No. 35

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Arts & Culture



  • Festival at the Grand

    Cinema culture pumps the imaginary up a notch as the first-ever "Festival at the Grand" presents its selection of winners to cine-fetishists of all persuasions on Saturday, June 15, at the Grand Café (33316 Grand River) in downtown Farmington.
  • Undercover Brother

    He's righteous, he's solid, he's the Robin Hood of the hood, he's Dolemite meets Maxwell Smart come to save what's left of black culture from all those undermining Urkels and The Man — with Eddie Griffin, Billy Dee Williams, David Chappelle, Chris Kattan and Denise Richards.
  • Bad Company

    With the odd moment of suspense, Joel Schumacher’s visual storytelling and Jerry Bruckheimer’s reallocation of his fireball budget towards a more modest truckload of ammo and a novel car chase through the meadows of the Czech Republic, Bad Company delivers at least a share of its promised goods.
  • Bartleby

    Director Oliver Parker's debut feature is an adaptation of a puzzling short story by Herman Melville. But Crispin Glover as Bartleby is too much of a weird thing. Ah, Melville! Ah, adaptations that overreach!
  • The Kress Lounge

    The Kress Lounge is more than a local documentary about a bar that may already be forgotten. Director Renie Oxley commits the spirits of a fabulous and fading Detroit to the cultural memory of film so that we may learn our history by heart — at the Main Art Theatre, Monday, June 17, 7:30 p.m.

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