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Wednesday, June 5, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 144


 
 









 

Eminem draws on past to grasp fate

In the three years since debuting with The Slim Shady LP, Eminem has attempted to kill the notion that white artists can't rap; antagonized
countless activist groups; railed against various family members; and reveled in vitriolic and misogynistic lyrics, all the while selling millions of
albums to mainstream America.
 

Midnight Series returns

The River Oaks Theatre has decided to revive its Midnight Series program, which allows audiences to view a selection of cinema favorites.



Jones carries latest album with sincere effort

Norah Jones may be cursed with the inevitable label of "the next big thing," but the difference between her and the other "next big things" is she
actually possesses the goods necessary to become a very influential element in today's music.

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