December 3 , 2003  
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The Single guy's biased Top 20 list of 2003

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The battle for the top 20 spots in The Single Guy’s best singles of 2003 was as bloody as the limb-littered Kill Bill. With so many hot tracks out this year, Radiohead had to be severed, as did R.Kelly’s, er, ignition. The New Pornographers’ “The Laws Have Changed” was another sad casualty and as good as Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love” was, the song was overplayed until it made me just crazy and not in love. So now, the victors:

No fairy dust: Peter is panned

Let’s face it — nobody ever really wants to grow up.

The Grand Theatre’s adaptation of Peter Pan reminds everyone of the joys of being young — even if it is only for a few hours. Though the show attempts to magically transform the audience into Never Never Land, it seems as though the production lacks a bit of fairy dust.

Celebrity Dartboard

Feschuk talks about Michael Jackson's nose

“I’m supposed to probably say it’s an emotional manifestation of my inner soul,” says Scott Feschuk on his new book Searching for Michael Jackson’s Nose and other preoccupations in our celebrity-mad culture.


In the second exhibition from the curatorial practices class (VAS 293), everything from notions of place and space to self-experience are examined. Ports of Call is curated by 12 students in the class, who divided up the gallery space in order to create a smooth collaboration of the submitted videos, paintings and simulated environments which relate back to the show’s theme of exploration.

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