Pittsburgh City Paper | Issue Archives | May 10, 2007
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  • May 10-16, 2007
  • Vol. 17, No. 19


  • Dirty Words

    Could successful prosecution of written stories -- even "vile" ones -- set a dangerous precedent?


  • Pho Kim 88
  • Restaurant Reviews
  • Pho Kim 88

    The fresh spring roll rose to exceptional excellence: a perfectly tender wrapper containing sweet shrimp, slightly chewy vermicelli and bright herbs.


  • Hardt Comes Alive!

    If I went to only one show a month, I'd buy a lot more CDs and T-shirts (and probably be fitter, happier, more productive).
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  • Silk Screen Film Festival
  • Silk Screen Film Festival

    The festival presents 20 films, from North America, the Far East, Southeast Asia and the Middle East, representing the diversity of Asian and Asian-American experiences.
  • Black Book
  • Black Book

    In Hollywood, Verhoeven made the outstanding Robocop, the reviled Showgirls and the interesting Starship Troopers, all of whose styles, storytelling and cruelty echo here.
  • Lucky You
  • Lucky You

    Clocking in at over two hours, Curtis Hanson's poker-playing dramedy still doesn't feel like a full deck



  • The Glorious Ones
  • Theater
  • The Glorious Ones

    That Ahrens and Flaherty are superlative artists is not even a question, but here they seem to have pulled their punches.


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