Take a walk on the wild side

September 16, 2003 Dan Brady 0

Welcome to the edge of the envelope. This is where new ideas are being pushed forward and explored. This is where the future of art and music is being born. This is where most musicians and artists are made or broken. This is where you’ll find everything that you’ve been waiting for, but never expected. […]

Retail detail — hot tips for cool fall fashion

September 16, 2003 John Kell 0

Fall fashion is here and with it comes a few new rules. It’s time for the men to pack away those ugly denim shorts and the ladies to let go of their white pants. I just saw a lovely lady wearing white pants at KatManDu and, while they looked really good on her, I believe in the rule that white pants are for late spring and summer wear only. […]

Bookstore a treasure amidst downtown Princeton

September 16, 2003 Dan Brady 0

Looking for something a little more offbeat, hard to find, or just plain cheap? Tried Barnes & Noble and Borders but to no avail? Maybe a retail giant isn’t what you need. You’ll find more personal attention at Princeton’s Micawber Books, right in the heart of the downtown area. […]

Yellowcard — punk with soul

September 16, 2003 Casie Wexler 0

We are in a stage of music where pop-punk bands are as abundant as hair bands were in the late ’80s and early ’90s. A tattooed pretty boy with zero gauges in his ears and a broken heart set to a catchy three-chord medley lurks around every corner. Thankfully, there are some exceptions that outshine the Skid Rows and Warrants of our time. […]

Solos have it covered

September 16, 2003 Kelly Meisberger 0

The Rat pulsated with acoustic rhythms as five student soloists performed for a jam-packed audience last Friday. Mike Heitmann, Riki Marucci, Dave Salge, Steve Swanson and Jesse Szuch took the stage to play everything from catchy originals to crowd-pleasing favorites. […]

Interactive radio, on air and on campus

August 25, 2003 Dan Brady 0

College radio station WTSR ran special programming during Welcome Week including live broadcasts from remote locations and contests with giveaway prizes.

Music Director Sean Wilson said WTSR management viewed Welcome Week as an opportunity to be a part of the College community and to expose the freshmen to a unique music experience. […]

A return to innocence and fairytale fun

August 25, 2003 copress 0

Like the first sip of a frozen milkshake or the stomach-churning sensation of a glittering carnival ride, Brittney Murphy’s latest flick, “Uptown Girls,” provides us with an instant ticket back to the heady excitement, reeling confusion and playful magic of childhood. […]

The best of summer film

August 25, 2003 Signal Staff 0

On DVD / Video:


An Academy Award-winning musical that is packed with blazing melodrama, high-powered dance numbers and plenty of pizzaz.

“Bowling For Columbine”

The Academy Award-winning documentary by Michael Moore is funny, controversial, relevant and just plain worth seeing. […]

The bumper crop of blooming creativity

August 25, 2003 Dan Brady 0

Summer in the music industry is normally dominated by tours and music festivals like Lollapalooza, Bonnero and this year’s doomed Field Day. While most bands are busy on tour, some spend some time in the studio and squeak out a gem or two when no one’s looking. […]

Ripe for the picking, any way you like it

April 29, 2003 Dan Brady 0

All year I’ve been trying to provide an interesting cross-section of music and perhaps raise awareness about some bands that are starting to break but haven’t quite gone top 10 yet. I hope I’ve raised a few eyebrows in my choices of what to review and maybe changed a few minds. […]

Guilty pleasures as addictive as chocolate

April 29, 2003 Casie Wexler 0

Finally, Carmen got kicked off American Idol. Each week I sat waiting by the TV, hoping this week would come. Everyone is allowed a few weaknesses, it just so happens that mine are chocolate mousse and the purely ridiculous ‘American Idol.’

Think about all of the artists you like. […]

Christie classic translates mystery gold to screen

April 29, 2003 Scott Napolitano 0

On the surface, the plot of “Identity” is as simple as can be: 10 people check into a dingy motel on a stormy night. Unbeknownst to the eclectic array of worn-out travelers, a killer is in their midst.

One by one, the group is picked apart, and then found brutally murdered in a number of gruesome ways. […]

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