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Tuesday, January 29, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 81



Carroll's talent portays second coming of Dylan

I might be a little biased by the fact that I've met him many times and he's absolutely the most charming and unpretentious person I, personally,
have ever been swept away by the music of, but I nonetheless feel objective in saying this: Adam Carroll rules.

First operas of 2002 finish first run

The Moores School of Music concluded its first weekend of operas on Monday as it wrapped up performances of Maury Yeston's Nine and
Gioacchino Rossini's L'italiana in Algeri (The Italian Girl in Algiers).

The Strokes save punk rock

Every six months, a group is declared the new savior of the rock and roll crusade. While speculation may ensue as to the deserving parties of
such high esteem, it never fails: One group shall triumph.

"Black Out" lacks light in songs

Drunken nights at the bar and the happiness and loneliness of being in and out of love is what Tim Kasher, singer of The Good Life, relates in
segmented songs on The Good Life's new album Black Out.

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