Volume 96, Issue13
Thursday September 19, 2002
red-headed secrets

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LAST UPDATED: Thursday September 19, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

RESTAURANT REVIEW: Jewel of India

When one thinks of Indian food, "spicy" is the word that often comes to mind first. While curries are typically served with a kick to the taste buds, there is a world of other dishes and tastes in Indian cuisine..



Shukvision: Survive this: it's ba-ack - again

After three years and four series, Survivor is still the best reality show on television. This distinction is sort of like being the smartest student at Brock, but Survivor, as opposed to garbage like American Idol or Big Brother, is still a show you can watch without fear of losing any IQ points well, for the most part.



CD REVIEW: The Riddlin' Kids

The debut album from Riddlin' Kids is not the typical Texan export. Jumping on the bandwagon of popular punk aimed at teenyboppers, Riddlin' Kids fits right into the new-age, commercial punk category. With juvenile lyrics about girls, dating and wanting to run away, interspersed with "sing-a-long" melodies, Hurry Up and Wait will be a sure hit in the 14-year-old market.



Hit or MIss

For all you computer-savvy metalheads.



OUTSIDE THE BOX: Clash of cultures

People who know very little about former British punk-rockers The Clash should know you've got to look beyond songs like "Train in Vain" and "Should I Stay or Should I Go" to get the real essence of the band.

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