March 9, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 82  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Judd’s Twisted never really gets twisted

Stop the presses: Ashley Judd is in a mediocre crime thriller.


Fantasia: a sex party for the shy girl

The second floor of the Lizard Lounge on Richmond St. was buzzing with eager beavers last week. The occasion? A Fantasia party, the latest female (and occasionally male) sensation.


Nothing to Dread in this Club

The Broken Lizard team returns... with a vengeance! Club Dread is bound to be compared to Super Troopers because the primary cast is the same — but they are two very different movies.


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Comfort foods made easy

Do you have some aging apples on your counter? Crave a refreshing, fruity beverage? Tired of eating packaged granola bars? Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book offers tasty recipes for a comforting dish of apple crisp, refreshing banana-berry smoothies and delicious fruit-filled oatmeal bars.


Skinheads and lawyers clash in Cherry Docs

Danny (Becker), a middle-aged Jewish lawyer, steps onto the stage accompanied by classical violin music. The music abruptly changes to rock/punk when Mike (Morris), a skinhead charged with a race-based murder, approaches.


 

 

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