Volume 96, Issue 81
Wednesday March 5, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday March 5, 2003 - 1:35 p.m.

RESTAURANT REVIEW: Barakat's affordable international delights

When you are restricted by a student budget, it can seem a daunting task to find an affordable meal that doesn't fall into the boring greaseburger and fries category. Luckily, Barakat Restaurant, situated on busy Richmond Street just south of Central Avenue, is available to end your dining doldrums.



CD REVIEW: The Salteens
Salteens sweeten up


With their instruments firmly strapped to their ever-touring bodies and their tongues stuck deftly in their cheeks, B.C. power-pop quartet The Salteens are back with their second full-length release, Let Go Of Your Bad Days.
 




ART REVIEW: William "St. Thomas" Smith retrospective
St. Thomas comes to London - in art form


The current retrospective of William "St. Thomas" Smith's career in the Forum Gallery at Museum London re-establishes his reputation as a technically gifted, if somewhat conservative, early 20th century Canadian artist.
 




Another British Music Invasion
The Music get set to take over America


The story is eerily familiar: A new U.K. band, having been paraded around the British music scene like they're the next saviours of rock 'n' roll, set off on yet another British music invasion of America – only to fall just short of realizing it.
 




CD Review Extravaganza Part 3: stellar sounds

The Juliana Theory, The Detroit Experiment, Kinski, The Verbrilli Sound, and Edwyn Collins & Orange Juice.
 
   
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