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  • Jan 13-19, 2005
  • Vol. 12, No. 13

Culture & Food

  • Recently Reviewed

    Moxie is back with a sophisticated new look and location (in the old Great Harvest space on Sprague), with a menu that features Chef Ian Wingate's signature creations.

Music & Film

  • Sound Advice

    Man, oh man, do we fondly remember Kelly's country club and those long, blurry nights of hard drinkin', hard lovin' and hard sheet-kickin'.
  • CD Reviews

    Brisk, insistent and cutting to the bone, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists are a lean, mean rock 'n' roll machine.
  • DVD Review

    Even before the One Ring ruled all box offices, fans of J.R.R. Tolkien's personal mythology were always blown away — and sucked in — by its epic scale.
  • Company Men

    There's nothing in the movie game like watching a director grow and mature right before your eyes, with each progressive film coming across as better than the last, each one feeling like it was made with a more sure hand.
  • Barnyard Humor

    Warning! This movie may not be appropriate for all adults. It's loaded with scatological humor — poop gags and flatulence jokes.
  • Opening Films

    Based on the real-life coach who made in headlines in 1999 for benching his entire undefeated basketball team, Coach Carter uses Samuel L. Jackson and some Pulp Fiction-worthy speechifyin' to drive home the importance of school.

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