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|Volume 69, Issue 154,
Thursday, July 15, 2004
Arts & Entertainment
'I, Robot' offers
sci-fi spin for summer
Continuning what seems like an endless
flow of summer blockbusters based on their respective novels (and a well-known
comic book series), I, Robot, a movie "suggested by Isaac Asimov's book,"
proves entertaining enough to draw in even the most critical Houston moviegoer.
Popular diet meals come at high
With so many diets to choose from,
people may become confused about which one is best for them. If you're
adventurous, or if you don't feel really healthy and full of energy, there
are many diet alternatives to try that may very well be that magic bullet
for feeling much better, dropping those unwanted pounds or simply firming
Beasties are burning out
The Beastie Boys are an enigma. In
1986, with their debut album, Licensed to Ill, the boys were both
unexpectedly popular and accused of various things because of the color
of their collective skins.