November 4, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 36  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Moving the music forward

There are few men out there today who fit perfectly into the 1950s concept of dreaminess. Brad Copeland, Ottawa-born DJ, promoter and producer extraordinaire, manages to do just that, although his musical exploits can hardly be called antiquated.


If Disney was frozen

The jungle cools down on the icy expanse of the John Labatt Centre beginning tonight. For the first time, Disney on Ice brings its show to London with eight performances running from Nov. 5 to 9. The show, titled 3 Jungle Adventures: 2003-2004, will feature characters from The Jungle Book, The Lion King and Tarzan.


Copeland takes on the Phoenix

This past Friday, Club Phoenix deviated from its usual Top 40/Hip Hop/Eurodance format to welcome DJ Brad Copeland from Montreal for his second consecutive Halloween appearance.


The Hova goes out in style

the single guy


Website of the Week

Group Hug
http://grouphug.us


 

 

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