Volume 96, Issue 9
Thursday September 12, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Thursday September 12, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

Next stop: good eatin' at the Keg

If there's one thing every warm blooded carnivore craves, it's a big juicy steak. The sirloin is sacred to most meat eaters and is the reason why most of us shun the idea of ever becoming vegetarians.



Where's Chip?: An ode to the Office

A lot of things have come and gone in the last 10 years in our fair city. However, one important thing has remained.



CD REVIEW: Brad - Welcome to Discovery Park

It's rare that a musician actually creates a new and distinct sound from their "day job," but guitarist Stone Gossard (Pearl Jam) manages to do just that on Welcome to Discovery Park, the third album from his band, Brad.



CD REVIEW: Warsawpack - Gross Domestic Product

Most people have probably not heard of Hamilton natives Warsawpack yet, but this band will delight those who are interested in amazing, non-mainstream hip-hop music.



CD REVIEW: Operation Makeout - Hang Loose

For their second album, Hang Loose, the Vancouver-based trio Operation Makeout, of Katie Lapi, Jesse Gander and Anna Clarke, energetically march their way through 10 biting songs tied together by their reflections on being stuck in places that are neither here nor there.



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