Volume 96, Issue 58
Tuesday January 14, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday January 14, 2003 - 12:00 p.m.

THEATRE REVIEW: Schippel, The Plumber
Schippel's pipe saves the day


How much would you be willing to pay for a plumber to enhance the quality of your pipes with his own? This is the central question pondered in C.P. Taylor's Schippel, The Plumber.



Television slides & feathers fixed in time

Some things are fleeting and insignificant – but maybe those things are only perceived as insignificant because we don't pay enough attention to them.

That's the premise of the works by two London artists featured in the Ephemeral Affinities exhibit at McIntosh Gallery..



MOVIE REVIEW: Just Married
Movie and marriage both fail

Just Married tells the tale of a young couple, Tom Leezak (Ashton Kutcher) and Sarah McNerney (Brittany Murphy), whose perfect relationship turns sour after they get married.

 


CD REVIEW: Midgetmen
Midgets are big on punk rock


Austin, Texas has a reputation as a city with one of the best live music scenes in the world, and the Midgetmen are one of the many bands striving to be heard in this lively scene.



CD REVIEW: The Wild Thornberrys Movie - Music from the Motion Picture
From the Disney assembly line

The soundtrack from Disney's latest animated film features songs by artists such as Paul Simon, Peter Gabriel, P. Diddy, Las Hijas del Sol, Sting and The Pretenders. Despite the diversity of musical styles, the 14 tracks are united by an unrelentingly upbeat feeling delivered with an African tinge.



CD REVIEW: Whitney Houston
Houston off crack, back on track

Just Whitney is a powerhouse combination of classic Whitney vocals and some innovative beats and lyrics meant to reflect the diva's new, self-sufficient outlook on life.


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