May 20, 2004  
Volume 98, Issue 01  

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Brad Pitt: everyone’s favourite Greek boy Troy

Troy tells a classic story of unwavering faith, twisted greed and unexpected love. If the viewer holds realistic expectations, the film will surely satisfy.

Turn Off The Stars out to “Please” themselves and fans

Is it double the trouble when you double the brothers? Not with Turn Off The Stars twins Mike and Andrew Walker.

Dancing days are here again: Ballet Jorgen comes to London town

After a long season of performing, Ballet Jorgen Canada is ending its tour with a bang here in the Forest City.

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

Van Helsing debuted with a lot of hype, but in the end, the script was a lot more frightening than any of the vampires or werewolves.

Coffee houses, more coffee houses

Mark Polishuk

A&E Editor

Recently, Friends and Frasier called it quits after 10 and 11 years, respectively. While the end of Friends was met with a huge media blitz, there has been much less fanfare over the wacky psychiatrist from Seattle taking his final bow.



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