October 17, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 27  

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Mackin'it up with Intolerable Cruelty

When the genius Coen brothers, known for fantastic flicks such as Fargo and The Big Lebowski, came out with a new movie, who would've ever guessed they would tackle the genre of romantic comedy?

Is this it? Not for The Strokes

Confirming rumours that length really isn't all that important, The Strokes delivered a headlining act with hard-hitting guitar riffs and onstage antics to a receptive crowd at the Hershey Centre in under 70 minutes.

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Jonny Lang

From Autumn To Ashes

In Brief: Rocktoberfest or Manson? Or both!

Western Idol seeks sober musical talent

With Western's Wet/Dry program suspended indefinitely, the University Students' Council has been working to create programming suitable for this year's all-ages crowd. The first such event is the ongoing Western Idol competition, which kicked off with auditions in Medway-Sydenham Hall on Oct. 5.




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