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Monday, April 8, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 125



Freeman, Judd justify prices of 'High Crime'

High Crimes has the Hollywood stamp of approval all over it as two stars are featured in a genre that does considerably well.

Pepper adds new spice tp punk/ reggae mix
Fans of Sublime should take note of the young group Pepper. With its first full-length LP, Kona Town, the trio brings together elements of reggae and southern California pop-punk. 

Fans treated to array of music at Earth Day Festival

To rain or not to rain? That seemed to be the question Saturday at the 104 KRBE/Green Mountain Energy Earth Day Festival. 

Hillarious cast servers as muscle for new comedy 'Big Trouble'

It's been almost a year since the trailer for Big Trouble came to theaters. The much-awaited movie was temporarily shelved after the Sept. 11 attacks
because of a then-controversial scene. 

Moores season ends tonite

The Edythe Bates Old Moores Opera Center will present its final performance of Giacomo Puccini's La bohéme, directed by Buck Ross and conducted
by Peter Jacoby, at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the Moores Opera House. This will be the last performance for the Moores Opera program this season

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