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Monday, Oct. 14, 2002

STRANGE LOVE

Warning: These films are not recommended for pregnant women, lonely people, happy people, pet lovers, suicidal viewers, or those opposed to nudity or violence. Comment.

TURN UP THE HEAT

A new cafe has opened in Flatbush giving residents a much-needed break in a neighborhood abundant with salons bearing Z-heavy names like "Cutz ’N Curlz" and "Nailz R Uz," but with limited dining choices. Comment.

PHILLY TALE

The Impact Theatre Company presents Philip Barry’s humorous play "The Philadelphia Story," directed by Ron Parrella, Oct. 10-12 at 8 pm and Oct. 13 at 3 pm. Comment.

LEAPS AND BOUNDS

BEYOND REASON

Euripides, who lived in the fourth century B.C., is considered the most modern of the Greek tragic playwrights. He is admired for his biting social criticism, profound psychological insights and the humanity of his characters. Even though she is a barbarian and a witch who kills a whole slew of people including her own sons, his "Medea" is an extremely human, sometimes likeable woman. Comments (1).

FOREVER YOUNG

What makes a legend? . Comment.

MISSING HEAT

Remember the days when Shakespeare was Shakespeare, soliloquies stayed in their places, and princes never became princesses? Comment.

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