Friday, November 22

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Screen Scene: “The Dilemma”

The title "The Dilemma" may refer to whether you tell your best friend his wife's cheating on him, but the bigger dilemma in this movie seems to be how it can call itself a comedy when everyone in it is so angry the whole time. Read more...

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Credit: UNIVERSAL PICTURES

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A still from the short film "Side/Walk/Shuttle," shot from the outdoor glass elevator at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. The film is a part of the "Radical Light" series, which celebrates alternative films from the Bay Area. (credit: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive)

“Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area” illuminates history of alternative cinema after World War II

In 1991, experimental filmmaker Ernie Gehr directed a 41-minute film from the outdoor glass elevator at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. Read more...

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A still from the short film "Side/Walk/Shuttle," shot from the outdoor glass elevator at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. The film is a part of the "Radical Light" series, which celebrates alternative films from the Bay Area. (credit: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive)

A still from the short film "Side/Walk/Shuttle," shot from the outdoor glass elevator at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco. The film is a part of the "Radical Light" series, which celebrates alternative films from the Bay Area. (credit: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive)

Megan Rountree works on the Monopoly cake cubes in "Cake Boss: Next Great Baker." The TLC show is among the increasing trend in shows based on baking competitions. (Credit: TLC)

Battle of the Columnists: Cooking shows

With multitudes of new cake-baking shows as well as the Cooking Channel popping up on TV, the Food Network has lost its monopoly on culinary television. Read more...

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Megan Rountree works on the Monopoly cake cubes in "Cake Boss: Next Great Baker." The TLC show is among the increasing trend in shows based on baking competitions. (Credit: TLC)

Megan Rountree works on the Monopoly cake cubes in "Cake Boss: Next Great Baker." The TLC show is among the increasing trend in shows based on baking competitions. (Credit: TLC)



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Movie Review

The average romantic film has scarred the American psyche so badly that we expect all movies about love to end with a fantasy of a kiss and a ring, with sequels of children and happiness. Read more...

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