Songwriter Stephan Moccio out on his own

UWO graduate releases his first personal album, Exposure

Friday, February 9th, 2007

Stephen Moccio

“It was always cold. There was always a handful of snow kicking around. It never let us down.”

Stephan Moccio no longer lives in London, but he definitely remembers the weather. Moccio, who graduated from Western with an honours degree in composition and piano performance, is now a prominent Canadian songwriter, penning tracks for artists like Celine Dion and Sarah Brightman. (read more)

Prepare for the One-Minute Film Festival

Friday, February 9th, 2007

Film students and film buffs alike can display their work tonight at the Western Undergraduate Film Society’s One-Minute Film Festival.

The festival showcases short films created by undergraduate students. (read more)

King’s Kian: In and Out of Place explores racial prejudice

Friday, February 9th, 2007

Edward Said

When approaching the issue of international acceptance and diversity, spanning a wide range of media to promote a philanthropic idea makes sense.

“King’s Kian: In and Out of Place” is an art exhibit and dialogue based on the documentary Out of Place: Memories of Edward Said, by Japanese filmmaker Sato Makato. (read more)

Turn Off The Stars 'keeps things light to keep things good'

Toronto band works on music and Electric Circus dance skills at London’s EMAC studios

Friday, February 9th, 2007

Turn Off The Stars

Turn up the volume with Turn Off The Stars at Call The Office tonight.

Toronto’s Turn Off The Stars first gained attention with its 2004 debut, Everything is Okay. The album spawned the catchy hit single “Please” and garnered the band acclaim from critics and fans alike. (read more)

Emotional infidelity: Does cheating always have to involve sex?

Friday, February 9th, 2007

There are boyfriends or girlfriends who have sex with someone outside their current long-term relationship, and then there are cheaters. Cheaters are those so emotionally attached to another person " be it a close friend or everyday acquaintance " they distance themselves from their current partner. (read more)

Exposing just the tip of the hipster’s musical iceberg

Bands you need to know

Friday, February 9th, 2007

You’ve all been there " you’re staring into some gorgeous person’s eyes when suddenly the conversation turns to music. They name-drop bands you’ve never heard of and look at you quizzically when you say you’re really into Nickelback. (read more)

'Doperty' still addicted, Moss pretending to leave once again

Friday, February 9th, 2007

Pete Doherty

Kevin Federline demands your respect after his big Super Bowl commercial debut. Arguably “the hardest working man in show business,” K-Fed’s much celebrated French-fry serving skills have led to big opportunities: Taco Bell’s head honcho reportedly offered K-Fed a job to join the ranks of those who like to “think outside the bun. (read more)


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