March 26, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 93  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Microbunny: dark electronica

On one hand, Al Okada, front man of Microbunny, is just like everyone else — he works a boring day job to fund his other interests in life. On the other hand, he is not like every other musician.


Tayles of a singer-songwriter

John Tayles isn’t sure if he’s six-foot-three, or six-foot-four. “Put me down for six-three,” he says. “It’s less intimidating.”


Jigsaw: a puzzle shrouded in mystery

As I stared into the dark, a mysterious woman with long hair covering her face, dressed in a ragged white dress, suddenly ran across the stage repeatedly screaming, “What have you done?” An image of the freaky little girl from the horror movie The Ring suddenly entered my head.


IN BRIEF

Jazzing it up


Frankie is mild, stereotypical

A presumably 40-year-old woman dressed in a silly, red ruffled dress and short messy hair, walks awkwardly into the spotlight.m The set (the term is used loosely) is comprised of a painted mural paper banner welcoming the class of 1982 to their high school reunion.


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