February 19, 2004  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Yays & boos: the aftermath of Conan-mania

Shukvision

The biggest story in Canadian TV over the past month has been the provincial government shelling out a cool $1 million to bring Late Night With Conan O’Brien to Toronto for a week, as yet another step in helping the city refine its image in the wake of SARS.


ON DISC


Men of Steel tug on their steel strings

More talented than those banal superman clones and less promiscuous than the porno website of the same name, Men of Steel may just be the finest guitar players you’ve never heard.


IN BRIEF


OPERA REVIEW

Director Theodore Baerg introduced this year’s UWO Opera production of Albert Herring with an appropriate statement: “Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you for braving Benjamin Britten”.


THEATRE REVIEW

The lineup for Western’s production of The Vagina Monologues filled a good portion of the University Community Centre’s second floor, and a volunteer dressed as a giant vagina was selling “pussy pops.”


The Black Maria talks about paddy wagons

The Gazette recently had a chance to chat with Alan Nacinovic, one of the guitar players for The Black Maria, to learn more about their rock hard philosophy and rugged sound.


SWANKY / SKANKY


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