January 29, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 66  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

“Rock ’n’ roll ejaculate”

If there’s one must-see show for the entire year, it’s White Cowbell Oklahoma. Infamous for their rowdy shows and questionable Southern twang, “the Bell” sat down to talk about the fourth dimension, wrestling in coleslaw and sexual feelings.


Survivor: All-Star: same old yokels

There is some sort of a football contest this Sunday (go Man U!) but the big news for Survivor fans is that after the game, CBS will air the first episode of Survivor All-Star, the eighth installment of the trend-setting reality show.


People and Places tells a brutally truthful story

As part of their annual Black History Month celebrations, Museum London presents People and Places: London’s Black Community. The exhibit is a visual representation of the development and collective experience of London’s black community over the past 150 years.


ON DISC


It’s Oscar time again!
And the nominees are...

The nominees for the 76th Annual Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning, and there were few surprises as the third installment of The Lord of the Rings trilogy picked up 11 nominations, and Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World followed with 10.


SWANK / SKANKY


CONCERT REVIEW

Despite the ever-changing fads in the music world, here is proof that rock never dies. This past Saturday, the nu-metal boys of Linkin Park sent the Toronto Maple Leafs on the road and took over their home at the ACC to put on a spectacular presentation of their massive 2004 Meteora World Tour.


 

 

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