'Lost in Transit' makes item collections into abstract art

Exhibit finds creativity in ephemera

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007


When people think of collecting things, stamps and other obscure items typically come to mind.

“Lost In Transit,” the latest exhibit to hit the John Labatt Visual Arts Centre, applies the concept of collecting to everyday items and abstract perceptions. (read more)

Folk-jazz musician David Myles stays down-to-earth

East-coast favourite travels across Canadian landscape

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

David Myles

From playing the trumpet in Grade 5 to learning acoustic guitar in China in his third year of university, Fredericton-born David Myles could never separate himself from music.

In university, however, Myles studied political science. (read more)

Time to move past past's music

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Past music group

“Punk is dead.”

“Hip-hop is dead.”

“The only good music was made during the ’70s.”

You’ve undoubtedly heard one of these statements before. Maybe you even believe them. (read more)

Gadgets help students cope with their long study sessions

USB devices can cook you a meal

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

USB devices

Dragging your heels every time you head to a nerve-jangling session at Club Weldon?

Head to www.everythingusb.com and check out a revolutionary but bizarre collection of USB-powered devices guaranteed to boost your productivity. (read more)

On Disc: Norah Jones

Album: Not Too Late

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Not Too Late by Norah Jones

Norah Jones
Not Too Late
Blue Note

2.5 stars

Norah Jones returns to the mainstream with her third release, Not Too Late. (read more)

On Disc: Of Montreal

Album: Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer?

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? by Of Montreal

Of Montreal
Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer?
Polyvinyl Records

3.5 stars

Of Montreal’s unique dance-indie infusion is an acquired taste. (read more)


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