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  • Feb 28 - Mar 6, 2001
  • Vol. 21, No. 20

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  • The Good Good

    London's Dego has always made adventurous music filled with mind, body and soul, and that’s exactly what he presents on his new compilation entitled The Good Good ... plus, Ann Arbor's got the electro-goods.
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  • 3000 Miles to Graceland
  • The Scene
  • 3000 Miles to Graceland

    A muddled theme-park ride through scenes of action, romance and comedy played out by latter-day cowboys and Jezebels, cops and robbers — maybe this is what male "menopause" looks like — with Kevin Costner, Kurt Russell and Courteney Cox-Arquette.
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  • See Spot Run
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  • See Spot Run

    The catchy title is one of the few charms of this irredeemable pile of steaming dog crap, a movie so rife with warmed-over slapstick and hoary clichés that its utter uselessness becomes almost fascinating — with David Arquette and Paul Sorvino.
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  • Criminal Lovers
  • The Scene
  • Criminal Lovers

    Hansel and Gretel kill: Some myths and fairy tales are our collective nightmares, safely entrapped in the dream language of highly symbolic prose. Director François Ozon (Water Drops on Burning Rocks) translates some of that prose into horrifyingly explicit cinematic flesh and blood.
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  • Monkeybone
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  • Monkeybone

    Two Tim Burton-collaborators, writer Sam Hamm (Batman) and director Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas), have managed to create a perky film about night terrors that gets increasingly silly and shrill — with Brendan Fraser and Bridget Fonda.
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Food & Drink

  • Young and healthy?
  • Young and healthy?

    The average American consumes lots of unhealthy junk food. We'd probably feel a lot better eating whole grains, vegetables, nuts ... but, like anything good for you, macrobiotics takes a lot of discipline.
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  • Eating with the fishes
  • Table and Bar
  • Eating with the fishes

    Dinner at Sindbad's is roadhouse fare, with an emphasis on steaks, chops and fish. Seafood appetizers include Snug Harbor mussels or Campeche Bay shrimp, and the clam chowder was the thick New England variety. The all-you-can-eat brunch buffet is a great way to spend Sunday morning.
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