For the Week of |
Life Is Like a Box of Chocolates: For Steve Weber, an almost-former sales rep with an uncanny resemblance to Forrest Gump, making people smile just comes natural.
Sin Flick: Local church incurs wrath of Jim and Tammy's empire.
Public Eye: Lost in Space.
Polis Report: Never enough numbers.
Sharks Out of Water: The predators close in on Jack Nicholson in 'Blood & Wine.'
Ray of Hopelessness: Director Nicholas Ray made repression painfully vivid in 'In a Lonely Place' and 'Dangerous Ground.'
Heavy Breathing: The second time around was the charm for the 'Star Wars' trilogy as the Empire struck back.
Standing Tall: Audiences are getting wise to bluesman Guitar Shorty.
On Top of Sugar Hill Label: A new boxed compilation charts the history of a seminal hip-hop label.
Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Duotang and various artists.
Beat Street: Asian American rappers the Mountain Brothers step out from behind the speakers and turntables.
Vegging Out: Aromatic baked specialties and designer pastas entice vegetarians at Willow Street Wood-Fired Pizza.
Working Images: The 25-year odyssey of the braceros is documented in John Mraz and Jaime Vélez Storey's book 'Uprooted: Braceros in the Hermanos Mayo Lens.'
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