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  • A twist on apple pie
  • A twist on apple pie

    Emily Elizabeth Hilliard undoubtedly deserves the title "pie girl." In 2005, well before food blogs (or pies) were en vogue, she began blogging about the pastry at nothinginthehouse.com.
  • In Man vs. Pie, it's a draw
  • In Man vs. Pie, it's a draw

    He took one bite, made a face and put the plate on top of the Amiga. A few days later I noticed the plate was still on top of the monitor and the pie hadn't changed in the slightest...

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  • Long-lost "brothers" in <i>The Other Son</i>
  • Long-lost "brothers" in The Other Son

    In French filmmaker Lorraine Levy's switched-at-birth story, a Jewish baby grows up in the West Bank as an Arab named Yacine, while an Arab baby grows up in a comfortably middle-class Tel Aviv household as Joseph.
  • Surviving sobriety in <i>Smashed</i>
  • Surviving sobriety in Smashed

    A less naïve viewer (than myself) might readily see Smashed for what it is: a vehicle for an ambitious young talent to escape the straitjacket of typecasting. This is Mary Elizabeth Winstead's movie, and she's a charmer.

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  • Fall around

    There is a satisfaction in doing certain tasks entirely through your own efforts. To me, clearing a lawn of leaves the old-fashioned way—somewhere between deveining your own shrimp and climbing Everest without bottled oxygen—is one of them.

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