96, Issue 82
LAST UPDATED: Thursday March 6, 2003 - 12:30 p.m.Supergrass, awful pool-sharks, still great band
As the cue ball banks off the wrong corner and sinks the black ball again, I can't help but say "bloody hell," as I dig the accursed ball out of the pocket. At the same time, Supergrass guitarist Danny Goffey lets out a light chuckle as he sets down his white Russian and lines up his next shot.
ART REVIEW: Looking Back, Looking Forward
Landscapes and naked ladies
The 50th anniversary of London's Gallery Painting Group is marked by the Looking Back, Looking Forward exhibit, which is filled with oils, pastels and acrylics. Yet the medium used most often and by most of the standout works – and there are few standouts – tends to be watercolour.
Shukvision: West Wing House
The West Wing claims to be a relatively realistic portrayal of how government works, but it suffers from a fatal flaw. The West Wing staff are intelligent, hard-working and always acting in the best interests of the American people. Talk about fiction.
Musician flunks out of Western to play The Organ
to Western in '95/'96 when I was 18. I drank myself into a permanent stupor,
gained almost 30 pounds, fell in love, made a million friends –
none of whom I remember – and like so many other students at Western,
I failed out and went home. I haven't been back since."
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