February 10, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 72  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Barbershop is Back in Business

It’s July 4, 1967 in a dark alley on Chicago’s south side. A man is running — well, more like speed-waddling — from the police. With nowhere to turn, he seeks refuge in the first place he can successfully break into. Somehow, meat is involved.


Western students share racy stories

For this week’s Tuesday Tease, we decided to compile some of the raciest sex stories we’ve heard from fellow students. If you have a story of your own, send it our way to gazette.entertainment@uwo.ca.


Opera sings Herring

The cast and crew of UWOpera are busy putting the final touches on this year’s production; Benjamin Britten’s only comic opera, Albert Herring.


Fine dining on Valentine’s Day

So, you want to impress your date this Valentine’s Day by taking her (or him... this IS the 21st century, after all) to a swanky restaurant? Well, the A&E department is here to help.


Along came Pauly, C.O.P.S. and Brady

Don't read this column

Whatever happened to Pauly Shore?


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