Volume 96, Issue 76
Thursday February 13, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Thursday Febuary 13, 2003 - 1:50 p.m.

Paris and Polaroids: a photographer's escape

No one's ever going to confuse London, Ontario with "the other London," so it's both necessary and refreshing to find creative ways to escape The Forest City's dreary suburban landscape.

Canadian photographer Rob Nelson's new exhibition at the Gibson Gallery is designed to do just that – provide its viewers with an escape to Paris (France, not Ontario) without ever having to leave the gallery.



THEATRE REVIEW: Candide
Opera without the "fat lady"


If your idea of opera is a fat lady wearing a horned helmet caterwauling to the rafters, it's time to let UWOpera change your mind. This year's production of Leonard Bernstein's Candide is an opera that can be more accurately described as a musically sophisticated Broadway show.



Shukvision: V-Day viewing: Julia Roberts vs. hockey

Valentine's Day is here again, and I've got big plans. I'm going to get a flashlight and a bullhorn and spend the day walking around the fifth floor of Weldon library. But even though my dance card is full, I'm going to help the less fortunate with a few tips on how to make your V-Day as good as the one back in 1945.



Sector still rock despite hunger

Packed in a van like rats, with half a tank of gas and empty bellies, Sector Seven have been living the rock 'n' roll dream, one grungy gig at a time.

"If you want to be a rock star for the money, that's going to be your first mistake," drummer Mike Burke advises would-be musicians
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