Volume 97, Issue 3
Thursday June 5, 2003

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LAST UPDATED: Thursday June 5, 2003 - 7:45 p.m.

Moneen's really happy with who they are right now

When asked to compare Moneen's new album with their debut LP, frontman Kenny Bridges cheers, "This one's better!"




Shukvision: Summer sun or a hot rerun?

NBC used to have a marketing campaign for its summer reruns with the tagline "If you haven't seen it, it's new to you!" Not surprisingly, this was soon dropped due to the inherent stupidity of trying to make a big deal out of reruns. Face it, there's just not as much incentive to watch TV during the summer.




MOVIE REVIEW: Finding Nemo

Fun-loving fin film


With its striking animation, Finding Nemo is arguably one of the most visually stunning films to unspool at your nearby multiplex in recent years. Each frame is filled with such detail that watching it almost becomes a playful challenge and the idea of missing something is frightening.




Not By Choice: on touring and groupies

The Gazette had a chance to catch up with Mike Bilcox from Not by Choice, the energetic pop punk band from Ajax, Ont., after the band recently returned from a successful cross-Canada tour.


ART REVIEW: Greg Curnoe's Life & Stuff

If you only see one art show this year, make sure it is Greg Curnoe: Life and Stuff.


 
Web Site of the Week

If you ever get the urge to make yourself feel better, enjoy a laugh with friends or see what competition is out there, Hotornot.com is your answer.




Celebrity Dartboard: Carnie Wilson


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