• Issue of
  • Mar 15-21, 2007
  • Vol. 17, No. 11


  • Point of Protest
  • Point of Protest

    Someone is working to make sure NREC activists pay more for their actions


  • Bistro 19
  • Bistro 19

    If pot-stickers and flatbread are de rigueur in most contemporary American restaurants, Bistro 19's demonstrated that its kitchen knows how to renew what made these dishes so exciting in the first place.



  • 300
  • 300

    You certainly wouldn't want to make a diet of such stunning artificiality, but every once in a while, you just can't help going wild at the dessert table.
  • Becket
  • Becket

    Peter Glenville's 1964 historical drama -- re-released in a restored print -- is primarily a two-man show. (Capsule review.)
  • An Independent Portrait
  • An Independent Portrait

    Pittsburgh-based filmmaker Jose Muniain invited storied independent filmmaker Robert M. Young to talk about his half-century of work. But even at 55 minutes, the piece sometimes feels a little slow. (Capsule review.)





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