Arts & Entertainment
September 26, 2003
A series of screenings by the Mexican Cultural Institute of Los Angeles
highlights Hispanic contributions to movie history.
The new set by Fred Durst and company manages to annoy rather than entertain.
"Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" fails to take full advantage
of its premise.
Taylor Kingsbury, columnist, examines the ecomonics of music retail.
Universal Music slashes its retail CD prices, much to the delight of
"The Fighting Temptations" offers cliché in place of