March 30, 2004  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Bidding a final farewell to Sex and the City

After six seasons of outrageous sex, extravagant fashions and an abundance of break ups, Sex and the City said a final farewell to its weekly time-slot on Bravo — and to it’s many devoted fans.


Sex conforms to status quo

Give it to me straight

I had my first taste of Sex and the City as an inexperienced Western frosh. Ever since, I haven’t been able to get enough.


DJ Discover masters the art of scratching

“You want to hear something funny? A while back, Dr. Disc downtown had a sign up that said ‘Incubus tribute band looking for scratcher’. And all the DJs who went down there were like, “What the hell’s a scratcher?’”


Soil, paper, chalk, clay: eat me

Remember that girl in kindergarten — the one who stared at you with a delightfully wicked look in her eyes as she licked the overflowing tip of a bottle of Elmer’s all-purpose? Or how about when that same girl gave you a similarly wild stare as she uncapped a Sharpie, placed the felt tip in her mouth and proceeded to draw a bleeding black streak on her tongue?


In Brief: Eminem, Jesus, Cruz & Cruise


ON DISC


In Brief: rare Samurai weaponry and The Parkas


 

 

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