January 22, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 62  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The real face of Penny’s Unreal

Evan Penny’s realist sculpture combined with works in photography and other mixed media are currently on display at Museum London.


Family Guy’s back?

Shukvision

For fans of Family Guy, your favourite show is not quite ready to be visited by Death (a.k.a. Norm Macdonald).


The Patients have been released — watch out!

When the boys in The Patients aren’t playing music, they spend their time doing other life-enriching hobbies. Lead singer and guitarist Stu Stout reveals their extra-musical activities: “We get revoltingly drunk... and talk shit.” Sounds like what any patient would do once released from the ward.


Polly is a crowd pleaser
Stiller a hit, Aniston boring as usual

Sometimes the best way to enjoy a movie is to set your expectations very low. Romantic comedies are perfect for this.


IN BRIEF


ON DISC

Menomena


LIVE: Contact rules

Saturday night at Stonehenge, a first date proceeds awkwardly on one of the venue’s several leather couches as a few apathetic adults sip their pints quietly at the bar. A disco ball is suspended in the middle of a neon rectangle hovering above the band as they calmly set up their equipment.


SWANKY / SKANKY


 

 

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