March 17, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 87  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Teenage Drama Queen inspires, transforms

Schindler’s List. The Shawshank Redemption. The Godfather. Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. All these renowned cinematic masterpieces have not only changed the way we view the art of film, but also the way we view ourselves. Acting as sources of inspiration, the above films transform the silver screen into a majestic mirror, reflecting nature’s most precious gift: our tender social psyche.


Pulley pumps out punk-rock ear candy

Since their debut EP in 1996, Pulley has continued to pump out punk-rock ear candy, and the band’s latest release Matters is set for release Apr. 4.


ON DISC


Sarah sails while Jessica fails

the single guy


Website of the Week

The Best Page In The Universe
http://maddox.xmission.com


Student filmmakers recognized

Last weekend marked the 10th anniversary of the UWO Film Festival, an annual eventaimed at establishing connections between local filmmakers and elevating awareness of talented undergraduates.


Celebrity Dartboard
Stick it on a wall, aim and throw!


Choking the Music Industry

Critics’ favourites Choke, a punk-rock band from Edmonton, are known for their unique, eclectic sound. The Gazette caught up with bassist Clay Shea during a break from their hectic tour schedule to discuss punk-rock and touring.


 

 

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