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  • Mar 5-11, 2003
  • Vol. 23, No. 21

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Arts & Culture

  • The Scene
  • Love Liza

    Philip Seymour Hoffman plays a man grieving for his wife in ways that might seem extreme to the untrained eye, but which, according to the codices of life and love, make perfect sense. He’s asked to anchor every scene while his character descends deeper and deeper into a tragicomic abyss.
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  • Cradle 2 the Grave

    Even if he occasionally misses a melodramatic or comic beat, director Andrzej Bartkowiak scores highest with his action set pieces that often verge on the awesome and occasionally leap into the impossible. It’s his direction and Jet Li and Mark Dacasco’s action that rock Cradle 2 the Grave.
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Food & Drink

  • Table and Bar
  • Naan on Nine Mile

    West Nine Mile in Ferndale has added Indian to the mix of cuisines that stretches from Woodward to Livernois and from Japan to Italy to Ethiopia. Star of India offers a classic Indian menu that includes, among other dishes, two delicious variations on korma, a creamy, yogurt-based sauce with a mild blend of spices punctuated by yellow raisins and slivers of almonds.The taciturn menu descriptions are short on details but accurate: when you read that the vindaloo is fiery hot, believe it. Loaves of naan, a flatbread baked in a clay oven, are great snacks. At $1.95 plain, $2.95 with spices and $3.95 stuffed with ground lamb or tikka chicken, it's ideal for lunch.
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