96, Issue 95
LAST UPDATED: Friday March 28, 2003 - 3:00 p.m.Holly McNarland is a lot cooler than your mom
"Did you see that cop?" Holly McNarland asks excitedly. "He was pretty!"
Aboard a tour bus with what sounds like a football team, she heads towards her next destination: the booming metropolis of Barrie, Ontario.
Tobin reinvents jungle vibes
Speaking with a smooth Brighton accent, Amon Tobin remembers this past New Year's Eve in Montreal.
"It was a great club and it got crazy. Jungle is still the most powerful music to dance to. The first time I went to the club and heard jungle, I felt my chest rumble around. It's a physical thing – a total body experience. You can step away from the melodies, and find the driving rhythm.".
Western students beware: this Saturday, The Spoke gets haunted.
After a string of over 70 episodes at various venues throughout the city, The Continuing Adventures of the Boneyard Man, London's longest running theatrical series, hits The Spoke. The series is the brainchild of renowned local actor and playwright Jayson MacDonald.
Suz Blues House gets a little Greener
very idea of an electronic music party such as Greenfields II may have
seemed laughable a year ago, when Uber Industries introduced the first
one to the local party community. After a year of long nights and short
days, show organizer and founder of Uber Industries Matt Wright is proud
of what he has been able to produce.
Films4Food rides The Wave of student film festivals
Ready for some entertainment that doesn't involve Gollum, Nicole Kidman's fake nose or musical adventures in the Windy City?
If so, you're in luck: on Monday, Mar. 31, the Films4Food Festival is providing a platform for student filmmakers. Kicking off at 9 p.m., the festival will take place at The Wave. You must be of age, and admission is $2.
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