Volume 96, Issue 66
Tuesday January 28, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday January 28, 2003 - 12:00 p.m.

MOVIE REVIEW: Chicago
Gin-soaked glamour in Chicago


It may come hot on the heels of another star-studded musical film, but Chicago is a dark, breathtaking, gin-soaked orgy that makes Moulin Rouge look about as glamorous and sexy as an elementary school production of Oklahoma.



Artworks Sprawl across the nation

Sprawl: Beyond the Field of Vision is a national exhibit featuring six artists, spanning from Saskatchewan to the Yukon Territories. The exhibit is an intriguing compilation of contemporary pieces displayed through a variety of mediums: suspended birds made of handmade paper, audio and visual equipment and photography all work together to convey the artists' individual perceptions of time and space.



 
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