Volume 96, Issue 100
Tuesday April 8, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday April 8, 2003 - 2:45 p.m.

Chantal Kreviazuk declares war on "Loser" Bush

Chantal Kreviazuk is fuming. It's the first day of the second Gulf War. Bombs are being dropped over Baghdad, coalition tanks are rolling across the scorching desert – people are dying, and Kreviazuk says she's fed up.




Polishuk picks his TV boyfriend

Live from the second floor of the University Community Centre, it's the first annual Shuky Awards! With your hosts, Bob Newhart and Cher! Honouring the best in TV since September – even though the TV season isn't officially over until next month. Hopefully none of my winners will make me look foolish by pulling a Seinfeld with their season finales.




CD REVIEWS: Placebo, Killer Mike, Plastic Bag, Turin Brakes, The Nylons

Placebo are a band committed to innovation. Sleeping with Ghosts, their fourth album, exerts great musical range, from trance-like beats to melodic ballads.




Whoa, Maggie: Rock Criticism 101: Learning to bash others properly

You're ugly and your momma's fat.

There – see how easy it is to be a critic? At least that's most people's perception of the job, but I've always seen it a little differently.


12 QUESTIONS: Antibalas
Antibalas speaks out on immorality of war

Martin Perna, baritone sax player of the Brooklyn-based Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, took a few moments out of his busy schedule to answer The Gazette's 12 Questions.


 
TV hits all-time low, water coolers threatened

If you've turned on your idiot box over the last couple of weeks, you'll have seen the most popular show to hit television since the original Survivor. We're talking about the newest sitcom, The War on Iraq.




Mraz rockets to success

Who is Jason Mraz?

At times Mraz is a walking contradiction – a skinny, baby-faced young man with an intense glare and cigarette in hand. He's the kind of personality that keeps you guessing and wondering what goes on in his head under that mesh-back hat of his.




MOVIE REVIEW: A Man Apart
A Man Apart runs out of gas

A Man Apart is the movie that will set Vin Diesel apart from the rest of those cheesy action stars. At least, that's what the film's promoters will have you believe..

 

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