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'Me Times Three' silly but worthwhile treat

Complete with the standard plucky heroine, date-from-hell scenes and gorgeous gay best friend, "Me Times Three" is the typical chick-flick in book form. Think Bridget Jones' Diary, with a move from London to New York and Bridget replaced with her Jewish alter ego.


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Dilated Peoples wax political

The Dilated Peoples, consisting of two MCs and one DJ, take hip-hop to a new level on their latest album Expansion Team. With group members Evidence, Rakaa Iriscience and DJ Babu working together, the product is a seamless album full of rock-hard beats with witty lyrics.


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Art in Plastic

The founder and director of a UNM plastics engineering facility recently received recognition for something one wouldn't expect from a man who teaches students the business and science of materials engineering.



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Laughs keep coming at Riverside

Been a while since laughter doubled you over in your theater seat? It might have happened to you again if you attended week one of the shows in the Revolutions International Theatre Festival 2002.



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'Wolf' mixes horror, Kung-Fu

The French film "The Brotherhood of the Wolf" ("Le Pacte des Loups"), directed by Christopher Gans, tells the myth of the Beast of Gevaudan. The film includes the genres of both horror and action, jumping from one to the other, rarely melding the two.



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'X-Files' case closes this season

When is it time for a television show to go away? In the case of Fox's "The X-Files," after about nine seasons. And as industry observers note, the time frame may vary, but the signs of impeding doom often remain the same.


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'Aida' a tale of love, power

The collaboration of one of the greatest musicians of our time and a lyricist who produces instant classics form the enchanting foundation of the Broadway musical hit, "Aida."



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Arts in Brief

Bookworks, will hold a book-signing and discussion with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Dan Stober and Albuquerque Journal reporter Ian Hoffman for their new book, "A Convenient Spy: Wen Ho Lee and the Politics of Nuclear Espionage," Friday at 7 p.m.






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Shannon McNally debut soars

Upon first listening to the debut album Jukebox Sparrows by singer-songwriter Shannon McNally, I attempted to list the musicians I was reminded of: Aimee Mann, Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks, Sheryl Crow . eventually I gave up counting.


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'Real World' overshadowed by reality

CHICAGO - "I came into the house on uncertain grounds, and I leave on uncertain grounds," Kyle writes in a letter, oblivious to the cameraman peering over his shoulder.


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