Volume 96, Issue 68
Thursday January 30, 2003
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Werd up: Western's literary geniuses get online

Werd magazine (www.usc.uwo.ca/werd) is a literary online journal offering original writing, artwork, films and music created by local artists, many of whom are Western students.



Shukvision: Networks battle for Must See TV

Over the years, NBC has considered its Thursday lineup to be "Must See TV," thanks to shows like The Cosby Show, Cheers, Seinfeld and Friends. But those were just single shows; what network has the strongest night from top to bottom? Here are the best five nightly schedules...



OUTSIDE THE BOX
From Dr. Who to Monty Python


The late Douglas Adams not only loved to dress up in a giant chicken suit and smoke cigars, he also loved to write off-the-wall, hilarious novels with a level of wit, perfect for the most formal business man and the town drunk alike.



Renowned DJ returns to town

The electronic music scene in London was, until very recently, in a rut. With clubs closing and few events, partiers had nowhere to turn. In a startling, long-awaited reversal, a world-class DJ, with an international reputation for powerful, maniacally-driven sets, invades Bacchus Lounge tonight.



CD REVIEWS: Holopaw
Thom Yorke sings the blues

Holopaw's debut record brings a tranquil, but commercially unviable, sound to the stage. The five-strong band is a product of Gainsville, Florida, where they have been playing for the past three years.

 

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