Volume 96, Issue 67
Wednesday January 29, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday January 29, 2003 - 3:00 p.m.

12 QUESTIONS: AFI
Dark dynamic rock


Hunter Burgan, bassist for the Bay Area punk quartet AFI, recently took a break from rockin' out to answer The Gazette's 12 Questions.



RESTAURANT REVIEW: Ben Thanh
Ben Thanh delivers Thai delights


If you're looking to check out one of the best Thai restaurants in London, stop looking. Ben Thanh offers delicious Thai cuisine, and is conveniently located on the corner of York and Ridout Streets.



Dating dos and don'ts

Dating – one of the most carefully planned dances between the sexes, complete with its own set of appropriate steps and moves.

It's about time someone finally cleared up all the confusion. In How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Michelle Alexander and Jeannie Long outline the best ways to avoid sticky dating situations and remain single for eternity, or keep coupledom fresh after 10 days.


 



Western students act up in Purple Shorts

With so much hidden talent lurking beneath the surface in London, the Purple Shorts one-act play festival is a welcome addition to Western's arts scene.




CD REVIEW: Harry Manx and Kevin Breit
Jubilee: a sonic journey


Brought together by the Summerfolk festival in Owen Sound over the summer, the Canadian duo of Harry Manx and Kevin Breit have created their first album, Jubilee. The two team up to create a folk album that is primarily instrumental.




MOVIE REVIEW: Darkness Falls
Darkness: scary for all the wrong reasons

The ghost of Matilda Dixon, an old woman unjustly hung in the small town of Darkness Falls 150 years ago, can only strike when the lights go out. Darkness Falls is similarly dangerous to audiences when the theatre lights go down, threatening to insult everyone's intelligence with a clichéd and poorly done horror movie.


 

 

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