September 26, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 17  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Hot A&E stories in brief

Eeeek! Cher to say farewell in T.O.

Cher's final North American show EVER will take place at the SkyDome Skytent in Toronto this Halloween. Scary, isn't it? Even scarier is she'll be bringing the Village People, Sister Sledge and Thelma Houston with her. It'll be the 200th show on the Living Proof/Farewell tour and the third stop in Toronto for the 500-year-old performer.

Britney and Metallica to play AMAs

Britney Spears, Metallica, Hilary Duff and Ashanti are slated to perform on this year's American Music Awards which will air on Nov. 16. It should be yet another boring and conservative show as the AMAs are a Dick Clark production and frankly, Dick sucks. Even sadder is the host will be Jimmy Kimmel.

The West Wing wins again

At last Sunday's Emmy awards, The West Wing proved to be king as it was crowned best drama for the fourth time. Everybody Loves Raymond picked up best comedy series. In acting categories, The Sopranos' James Gandolfini and Edie Falco won for best actor and actress in a drama, while Will & Grace's Debra Messing and Monk's Tony Shalhoub snapped up the top acting awards for comedies.

Old people love reality TV too

The W network is set to air a new reality dating show Ñ with contestants who are 40 and over! Featuring "mature" singles, divorcées and widows, the show, titled Second Time Around, will begin taping in the Toronto area in November and begin running in February. If your mom or dad is looking for a second time around, tell them to call 416-224-0001 to get on the show.

Love takes time

To avoid getting lost amongst the barrage of music coming out in the next few months, Courtney Love has postponed the release of her first solo record America's Sweetheart to Feb. 10. The new date will allow for a Valentine's Day tie-in: Love, Sweetheart and best of all, it's being released by Virgin.

Breaking up is hard to do

UK boyband trio BBMak have gone their separate ways, as have Everclear who are best known for their modern rock hit "Santa Monica." Possibly the most shocking turn of events since the Spice Girls called it quits, these unfortunate break-ups have saddened... no one.

This weekend...

The Lotus Centre for Yoga and Health hosts an evening of Indian classical music with sitar player Partha Bose and tabla player Ravi Singh on Saturday...

 

 

 

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