Volume 96, Issue 14
Friday September 20, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Friday September 20, 2002 - 4:00 p.m.

Shukvision: Emmy preview: Psst... I think Friends is gonna win

Ah, the Emmys. Some will win, some will lose, some will get their egos bruised. Some will smile, some will cry, some will get cut off by the orchestra because they just keep going on and on during their acceptance speech like people watching actually give a damn about them thanking their hairdresser or their cousin Jethro back home. Ahem. Anyway, on to the preview.



Local Spotlight #2: Bryan Pole

Who is Bryan Pole? According to Samuel Stephen Shelstad, "Bryan Pole" is someone he doesn't even know. "There was a contest where I had to write an essay on being Sam Shelstad," Shelstad explains, "but the announcer [in charge of the event] kept introducing me as 'Bryan Pole'." And so Bryan Pole was born.



Angry band plays for Tent City

Politics, women's rights, sweatshops, democracy and homelessness are just some issues that Angry Agency struggles with in their debut album This Is What Democracy Looks Like..



Corduroy: still a few wrinkles to work out

Corduroy as a fabric may have gone out of style, but that has had no effect on the Western band of the same name they continue to survive, but there have been some changes.



12 Questions: Sanseiru

The Gazette recently had a chance to harass Roberto LoRusso, vocalist of London's own Sanseiru, with 12 burning questions. He took a few minutes out of his day job as a teacher to respond to the barrage.


CD REVIEW: Audiochrome

Audiochrome tries its hand at mixing new age folk with classic pop and fails miserably.



Enrique: he's latin-licious

What do you think of when Enrique Iglesias comes to your mind?

My first impression was pure hunka, hunka, latin lover who made it big by means of his father Julio Iglesias's reputation combined with mainstream Spanish-based pop.

I put this impression to the test this past Monday night when I experienced Enrique Iglesias live at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.



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