November 4, 2003  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Pasta and the penis: so many similarities!

Mark Morton, author of The Lover's Tongue, shares everything from research habits to favourite sexual tidbits.


Lyrical Life: A lyrical love story

Here is the story of a hurricane of a relationship: boys goes to bar; boy spots hottest girl at bar; boy and girl hook up for some sweet lovin'; boy finds girl with another boy; boy goes crazy and is institutionalized; boy recovers, makes up with girl, lives happily ever after, the end.


Will the Price ever be Right again?

In my humble opinion, the success of The Price is Right is due in no small part to three magic ingredients: The Sleaze, The Cheese and The Goofball. And, on Oct. 28, the goofball died. In any other life, he might have been a crazy uncle, a used car dealer or even an MIT student, but in this wacky, mixed-up world we live in, he was a big, bright, shining star.


Entertainment Briefs


Spicy, tasty food from around the world

A quiet face on the busy Richmond Row, Jambalaya restaurant is a prime location for students looking to enjoy a leisurely dinner before a night out on the town.


Seeing the here and there and now

In the middle of the hectic hustle and bustle of Western's campus, in the McIntosh Gallery three artists have modestly exhibited their reflections on how to make sense of it all. Seen and Unseen explores the interactions between space and time, and the search for meaning and truth in the postmodern world.


Stripped down and mellowed out: Matt returns

Melodic. Subdued. Not words you would normally associate with a former member of the rock bands Weezer and The Rentals. However, now that he has gone solo, musician Matt Sharp has left behind the harder rock and replaced it with the much more relaxed and mellow sounds heard on his recently released EP, Pucketts Versus the Country Boy.


 

 

 

 

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