November 28, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 51  

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Best of 2003: Editors' picks

2003 was a year of ups and downs in the entertainment world. Lawsuits against music downloaders went up; CD sales went down; Box office hit Finding Nemo went up; terrible sequels for Tomb Raider and Charlie’s Angels went down; Demi and Ashton went up; J-Lo and Ben went down; Gay-themed television shows went up; and Paris Hilton — well, she went down to get up.

MacDonald meets Britten for The Prodigal Son

Although his body may be dropping subtle hints that it's time to slow down, 75-year-old, world-renowned director/choreographer Brian MacDonald shows no signs of paying much attention. Even a recent hip operation has not hampered MacDonald, who says the theatre is not merely a profession, it's a passion.

DJ Trevor Walker gets jumpin'

Trevor Walker, soul brother and spinner of eclectic beats, will be gracing the Bacchus Lounge with his style Saturday night.

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