March 3, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 79  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

A trinity of critics review that Jesus movie

Holy. Gory. Anti-Semitic? Mel Gibson’s self-financed Jesus biopic The Passion of The Christ has been dividing audiences while making a killing at the box office since its release on Ash Wednesday. And so, The Gazette has divided the work of reviewing this blockbuster among three critics — one Jewish, one Christian and one atheist — to get a better idea of whether this Passion is really worth getting passionate about.


LOTR sweeps the Oscars

Leave it to a Canadian to perfectly sum up Oscar night 2004.


Bored? Try Bored.com

Dumped by your girlfriend? On a break from homework? Relentlessly awaiting the Green Party to win a federal election?


Celebrity Dartboard

Hey Joan: “What are you weeaaaarrring?” For your sake, it’d better be body armour.


Drum roll please! And the nominees are...

The nominees are in! No, it’s not round two of the Grammys (thank Jeebus) — this time, we’re getting ready for the 2004 London Music Awards, where all of London’s finest musical acts are honoured for... umm... making music and stuff. If you really dig any of the following nominees, log on to www.londonmusicawards.com and vote.


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Tyra may be more than a top model

the single guy


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