March 12, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 85  

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Starsky & Hutch: the new dynamic duo

The ’70s is a decade known for its depressing architecture as showcased by the Social Science Centre; it is also a time known for its music, its drugs, its hairstyles and its cop shows.


If you liked the song “Belleville Rendezvous” that was performed in full cabaret style at this year’s Academy Awards, you are sure to love The Triplets of Belleville soundtrack.

Cabaret: sexy and seductive

When you think of Western students, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?


Just when you think you’ve seen everything down East of Adelaide’s dark alleys, Jesus Christ himself shows up and proves you wrong. But God’s son in white sneakers? Disciples in Hawaiian shirts?

Ralph Nader rules, say the Mad Caddies

About 45 minutes from the Canadian border, the Mad Caddies partake in a familiar band ritual: they clean their van and dump any paraphernalia which may hinder their crossing. As guitarist Sascha Lazor explains, you never know what to expect when crossing the border.

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