The original pinupImagine a rap war, ala Biggie and Tupac. But it takes place in the 1930s. And instead of being rappers, the two men involved are kiddie film animators. And instead of shooting at each other, they just say mean things about each other behind the other's back.A little less sexy than ... More >>
How much you wanna bet this washed-up threequel makes a bundle?
Coast Guard epic succumbs to watery clichés
What's it selling? Everything
Salvador's film career on display at PAM
The Love Bug's back, and he bites
Pooh's latest piece packs plenty for the kids
Spyder Yardley Jones gives pop culture icons a sick twist
In the slick and handsome Pirates of the Caribbean, more is somehow less
Part Disney, part Barnum, the man who saved comics is all Stan Lee
Miramax sabotaged Pinocchio -- and its own credibility -- with a lousy dub
Ex-Meat Puppet Curt Kirkwood, now with Eyes Adrift, rambles on for the sake of rambling
Sick of fighting the music industry, Tricky's decided to use it instead
Fantastical but functional design makes 'Contemporary Art Furniture' exhibit fit for a dream house
Jerry Ostwinkle's life fell apart when the government seized his golden eagle; now he's fighting for Rex and the rights of falconers.
Folksy Norman Rockwell exhibition explores magic in the mundane
Joel and Ethan Coen's O Brother, Where Art Thou? hits a Homer
From the week of November 2, 2000
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Lighter, brighter Fantasia update scores big
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April 2-8, 1998
DIGGING AT GRANITE MOUNTAIN AND COPPER BASIN WOULD SCAR THE FACE OF PRESCOTT. PLANS HAVE BEEN STOPPED, BUT ONLY FOR A WHILE.
ULYSSES SANCHEZ WANTS TO TAKE PHOENIX FOR A RIDE. AND HIS DREAM OF A $200 MILLION THEME PARK IN THE DESERT MAY NOT BE AS CRAZY AS IT SOUNDS.
WITH A WEALTH OF ORIGINAL MATERIAL, THE NEVILLE BROTHERS STILL BELIEVE RECYCLING MAKES CENTS