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Eat & Drink
Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014

Creative recipes for the humble noodle

Ramen noodles are associated with dorm life—with saving money during the week for that weekend binge. Toni Patrick admits to her college-years emersion in ramen, but coming from a family of cookbook authors, she felt motivated to explore what can be done with the humble
Film
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014

James Gandolfini’s Final Gangster Film

Although James Gandolfini was not a one-note actor, he will always be associated with Tony Soprano, the role that gained him fame. Admittedly, his blunt-faced, hulking appearance would have inclined him toward gangsters and tough guys even if “The Sopranos” had never happened. In The
Home Movies/Out on Digital
Monday, Sept. 8, 2014
Philip Seymour Hoffman looks ravaged and disturbed, pale and bloated, in God’s Pocket. Given his death soon afterward, one wonders if he was acting or just not feeling well? And yet, he dominates this shaggy dog, retro urban drama with his Marlon Brando mumble and hunched shoulders