January 16, 2004  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Viva superficiality: CDs judged by their covers

It’s about time, isn’t it?

Last year, your heroic A&E editors dismissed objective criticism, chucked out detailed descriptions of music and all comparisons to other artists were flushed down the critical toilet.


Charity and fashion unite

What better way to appeal to the Western population than by hosting a fashion show?


Alt-radio goes indie?
Kind of, sort of, not really

World Wide Wong

A mainstream radio station with a mandate to play independent music? Well, kind of.


ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS


Britney turns toxic in new vid

Minus a Justin Timberlake look-alike, Britney Spears’ video for “Toxic” may be the comeback to Justin’s “Cry Me A River” video. However, without giving too much away, lets just say Britney’s revenge definitely tastes sweeter.


Crib Notes


BOOK REVIEW

The Way the Crow Flies


Cinema Subterrain does Indie

Skot Deeming has been into the underground scene for a long time. As a self-proclaimed “indie enthusiast,” Deeming has been searching for a way to share his passion.


 

 

 

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