january 8, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 54  

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The quick & dirty holiday round up, A&E style

Finale of the Rings

The third film in a trilogy, when compared to its counterparts, often sucks.

LIVE: Snoop Dogg belongs in the pound

The Christmas season is a busy one, and one industry that always gets affected in a negative way is the concert business. With all the shopping, mall-hopping and family get-togethers that the season entails, few have time to spend evenings rocking out at the ol’ concert hall. This, along with the exorbitant ticket prices (upwards of $50 each), was likely the reason for the poor attendance at Snoop Dogg’s Toronto stop on Dec. 20.

Love and war in Cold Mountain

There’s nothing like a rough Civil War epic film to make you loathe our pretty-faced spoiled society where war is just another buzzword. Cold Mountain, based on the novel by Charles Frazier, is the true story of a young Confederate soldier’s journey through the American south back to Cold Mountain, where a woeful Ava Monroe (Kidman) awaits his return.


The Brian Jonestown Massacre

LIVE: Hidden Cameras come out of hiding

Capping a banner year in which The Hidden Cameras were hidden no more, Joel Gibb’s mild-mannered army made a triumphant return to the T-dot for another jubilant show.

Back in the days of Carmen Sandiego


“Do it, Rockapella!”
One of the staples of after-school viewing in my preteen days was the legendary PBS program Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? It combined the elements of a game show with the fanciful notion that knowing geography could actually be useful.





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