October 3, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 21  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

A look at celebs and their media empires

Would you like to hear Gwyneth Paltrow sing? Wear lingerie designed by Kylie Minogue? Read Ethan Hawke's novel?

Celebrities are increasingly tapping into various realms of the media, making their presence in the industry that much more apparent. Crossover commercial interests have seemingly exploded in recent years, particularly with the advent of clothing lines for nearly every celebrity name.


Finally, a School that rocks!

Jack Black has begun establishing a career playing dumb, fat hipsters. But can he carry a whole film on his back? As School of Rock shows, the answer is an unqualified “yes.”


Michel: Simpsons rule!

After both the Toronto Star and Now Magazine declared In The Belly Of A Whale (2001) to be worthy of their “Top Ten Albums of the Year” lists, Danny Michel is back on the scene promoting his latest record, Tales From the Invisible Man.


Glimpses into the thoughts of a romantic loner

Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Matthew Barber has a master’s degree in philosophy, a critically-acclaimed debut and ladies swooning over him. Barber spoke to The Gazette about music, suburbia and being a romantic loner.


ON DISC

Billy Talent

The Gay


Crib Notes


Concert Review

Recently, rock band Round2 played a gig at The Spoke and The Gazette was there to check it out.

The band, composed of Grant Aldridge, Michael Carabine, Dan Shaw and Paul Dymond played a great show, albeit to a not-quite-full house.


WCalendars want to be sexy

If you’ve been approached by a random stranger on campus and informed you have what it takes to be a model, don’t get scared yet — it may have been a legitimate offer and not just a pathetic pick-up line.


In brief: blind dates and borgs

Western Blind Date
Reality TV comes to campus when Western’s first blind date show will be filmed and produced by TV Western. Sponsored by Universitysingles.ca and Club Phoenix, the show will be filmed on Oct. 17 and hopes to bring together two fun and creative singles. Interested participants should sign up to be a contestant at www.universitysingles.ca.


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