Volume 96, Issue 62
Tuesday January 21, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday January 21, 2003 - 12:30 p.m.

MOVIE REVIEW: A Guy Thing
Stiles proves blondes have more fun in A Guy Thing


If you're interested in seeing a romantic, quirky comedy that varies from the likes of Maid in Manhattan – mostly due to the presence of intriguing actors – director Chris Koch's A Guy Thing provides a familiar love story with a twist.



THEATRE REVIEW: Yeomen of the Guard
Theatre Western triumphs at Talbot


T his year's Gilbert and Sullivan offering from London Musical Theatre and Theatre Western is a tale of love and loss entitled Yeomen of the Guard. A talented cast and crew do an impressive job of bringing this well known operetta – which debuted in 1888 – to life.



CD REVIEWS: Nas, Common
Common and Nas fight for the hip-hop crown

Still in the game coming strong as ever, Nas drops his seventh LP in nearly a decade...

With each passing album, Common has consistently been able to take his music to another level...

 


CD REVIEW: Whaling
Whaling just can't catch a hit


With their second CD, Whaling – formerly known as the Whaling Blue Trio – pumps out an even grittier, blues-inspired offering.



Escape is truly at hand for this Travelling Man

Brian Kipping is a unique and talented artist who draws inspiration from his travels throughout Canada and parts of Europe.



Showcasing the alternatives

Students may notice a change in décor in the University Community Centre this week.

Kicking off today, The AlteRnaTive, Western's annual Festival of the Arts, will run until Friday.


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