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  • Gloves come off in budget fight

    Budget cuts alone? Or tax increases, too? House Democrats were still trying to answer that question Tuesday as a package of proposed tax hikes ran into trouble on multiple fronts, just three weeks before the start of the new fiscal year.

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Arts

  • Don't miss the Bolshoi dancers in <i>Don Quixote</i>
  • Don't miss the Bolshoi dancers in Don Quixote

    If this production were danced on a bare stage in workout clothes, even by lesser dancers, it would be thrilling in its mix of bold charging action and rich detailed steps that are like embroidery over embroidery.

Film

  • <i>The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3</i>
  • The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3

    Tony Scott is like the Rafael Palmeiro of filmmaking. Both were mid-to-upper standouts in their respective fields until avarice and self-indulgence persuaded them to artificially—and detrimentally—enhance their innate abilities.
  • <i>The Brothers Bloom</i>
  • The Brothers Bloom

    Rarely does a movie with so much superfluous junk in its first act have such a clear mark of when the skippable stuff is over and where the movie should have actually begun.

Columns

  • Living in the abortion wars
  • Living in the abortion wars

    She thought of herself as a regular doctor, a mom. It was sad to her that her job required a fighter. It was sad to her that no one would take her place.

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