September 18, 2003  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Tyler Done on his Idol journey

Now that the show is over and the final call has been made, The Gazette decided to head back a few months in Idol history and chat with one of the guys who almost made it... but not quite. Western's own Tyler Done took a few minutes to talk to us about his experience with Canadian Idol.


Random thoughts from TV Land, courtesy of Shuk

Shunkvision?

This week's random thoughts while channel-surfing...


Pieces of London's history

Exhibition: Streets and Surveys: Growth in London, 1826-1993
Location: Museum London
Dates: Now through Jan. 4, '04


Malcolm triumphs!

After months of deliberating, through the process of eliminating 15,000 hopefuls down to one soul survivor, Canadian Idol is over. And contrary to the signs created in Gary Beals's hometown of Halifax reading "Harry Potter's Going Down," Ryan Malcolm managed to come out on top. His mix of Billy Joel and "W8r Boi" qualities appealed to the majority of the 3.3 million voters who called in Monday night.


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CD Reviews:

Various Artists
The Fighting Temptations: Music From The Motion Picture

Kraftwerk
Tour De France Soundtracks


Stuff you can do tonight!

NXNE meets Western

The North By Northeast Music Festival and Conference takes some up-and-coming musical acts on the road for some shows across Ontario campuses - and it's all free. Indie hip-hoppers Brassmunk, rockers Micro Maureen and Round2 will be playing The Spoke tonight, but if those don't really interest you, the Roadshow will also include Kickass Karaoke which skips the overdone "I Will Survive" and "Respect" karaoke staples and instead, includes selections by The Strokes, No Doubt, Stone Temple Pilots, Ja Rule and Beastie Boys.

 

 

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