Volume 96, Issue 64
Thursday January 23, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Thursday January 23, 2003 - 1:15 p.m.

MOVIE REVIEW: National Security
No one is safe from National Security


You know those cameras that doctors use during a colonoscopy to look inside a patient's rectum? Even that footage would have been preferable to National Security, an early contender for the title of 2003's worst movie.



Tim Horton trivia
Coffee god immortalized in book


If you've ever wondered about the life of Tim Horton, who supplies your liquid gold every day, Mark Kearney and Randy Ray have a book for you.



Shukvision: Super Bowl showoffs

The Super Bowl has gone from merely the NFL's championship game to becoming the first TV-inspired national holiday. Of course, it's Sunday anyway, so nobody misses work – unless maybe you're a priest skipping late mass and thus condemning your parishioners to eternal damnation.



CD REVIEWS: Deborah Cox, Sonny Landreth
Did Cox choose the wrong Road?

If you have a record-breaking single that stays atop the Billboard R&B chart for 14 weeks, you deserve a vacation. But with the lukewarm response to Cox's new songs, maybe that vacation was a bit too long...

Over the course of his career, slide guitarist Sonny Landreth has played with respected artists ranging from John Hiatt to Mark Knopfler...



Singing the praises of Nickelback

Andy Stochansky is a brave man.

Within the first five minutes of the interview, he enthusiastically proclaims his love for both country music and Nickelback – two things that could very likely hurt the credibility of a contemporary pop-rocker like himself, when one considers the vast numbers of people who shy away from anything with twang, as well as the ever-growing army of Nickelback haters
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