March 23, 2004  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Sunshine is hard to forget

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a film you’ll either love or hate. Or, it will leave you so weirded-out you won’t be able to decide which side you’re on.


Mmm, tastes like Easter... or does it?

Easter is approaching, so we decided to take this opportunity to review a few of the most common Easter treats. Below, your faithful A&E Editors Lori Mastronardi, Megan O’Toole and Brian Wong, with the help of Sports Editors Alison Stolz and Ian Denomme, and Opinions Editor Mark Polishuk, offer a few comments on the tastiness of Easter.


FemBots take a snapshot

There are Fembots, those villainous, robotic women from the 1970s sci-fi series The Bionic Woman, and then there is the FemBots, a Toronto band that releases folk-inspired murder ballads and protest songs.


PDQ “get shit done”

TORONTO — As PDQ settle into their seats at a local diner, the personality and aura surrounding the band is revealed.


Give head, get ahead

The basic premise of Making the Grade? A reporter for The California Gazette is sent back to school to write about the sex lives of college students.


 

 

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