March 11, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 84  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

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Arts Issue: Shameless plug? Yes please! The annual Gazette Arts Issue is always entertaining, delivering stories, poetry and artwork from our many talented Western students. Deadline for submissions is tomorrow, so get cracking! Submissions can be sent to gazette.entertainment@uwo.ca.

Johnny Depp’s new flick: The concept of Secret Window — a psychotic stalker turning up to terrorize a cabin-bound writer — may sound lame and overdone, but this film stars Johnny, so there’s no way it can suck! Who else could still look sexy in a dirty bathrobe, big owlish glasses and uncombed hair? Only the Depp.

Busta Rhymes coming to London: You must admit, it’s pretty cool to see a big hip-hop supastar coming to the Forest City. Busta and Bishop are hitting up Club Phoenix this Monday, and we hope this starts a new trend of more cool artists coming to L-town.

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William Hung getting a record deal: If you haven’t heard, Hung has signed a deal with Koch Recordings. Honestly, what’s up with that? Will people actually be stupid enough to buy the album of a short-lived American joke? Sure, Hung’s audition was amusing... the FIRST time. By this point, nobody should care anymore, certainly not enough to purchase a CD by this “untrained” Ricky Martin.

Bathroom closeness: You walk into a bathroom with eight stalls, and none are occupied. You pick one. Seconds later someone else comes in and picks the stall right next to you. WHY?

Urban Outfitters shirt pulled out of stores: Designed by a Yale University graduate, the vintage-style “Voting is for old people” T-shirt is not an anti-voting message, but rather a summation of young people’s political apathy. However, complaints led the retailer to remove the shirt from their shelves. Apparently, irony is lost on some people.

 

 

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