Bedtime Stories turns stereotypes into realism

Heartfelt play takes an insightful look into human relations

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

Feet in bed

Bedtime Stories

3.5 stars

What do a dying man, a house invader, a shock rocker and an injured stripper have in common? This strange assortment of characters appears in the play Bedtime Stories, put on by the Arts and Humanities Student Council this past Sunday and Monday. (read more)

Turner stages a Grammy comeback; Gibson gets sued

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

• The 50th Annual Grammy Awards kept it interesting and delivered to viewers. Tina Turner forgot her age and attempted a kick in a silver body suit, Amy Winehouse sang sober via satellite and Kanye West didn’t have to throw a fit when he finally won that Grammy. (read more)

Valentine's Day outings that trump flowers and candy

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

As today is Valentine’s Day, many may still be scrambling to produce a last-minute date itinerary. Instead of going with the less than impressive routine of dinner and a movie, this year break away from the cliché and try one of these alternative Valentine dates. (read more)

Get to know your thrash metal: the '80s

Thursday, February 14th, 2008


Western would have been a much bigger place during the ’80s: big hair, big amps and big cars.

Heavy metal music was reaching a mass audience by the late ’70s. If a band had the right image and music to back it up, it could become an overnight success as labels were trying hard to cash in on this new, angry form of rock. (read more)


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