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Volume 68, Issue 46, Tuesday, October 29, 2002
 
 

Arts & Entertainment



 

Legendary Clinton, all-stars keep 
the funk party rolling
Though the Mothership didnit land on Verizon Wireless Theateris stage Saturday night, Dr. Funkenstein made a house call, and his five-hour operation was a certain cure for anyone who hadnit been funked lately.
 

Nirvana CD brings back 14 classics
More than 10 years ago, a band changed music forever, ultimately leading the way to a new genre in record stores around the country: alternative music.
 

Rowland strikes deep with solo debut effort
The girl-group phenomenon Destinyis Child has undoubtedly taken Houston to a new level in the music industry. With the perfect formula strong faith, unstoppable drive, undeniable talent and illustrious style Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams have collectively become a pop/r&b/hip-hop sensation.
 

'Truth' fails to make any sense
For his latest film, The Truth About Charlie, Academy Award-winning director Jonathan Demme has taken a rather unconventional, unpredictable and utterly unique step with his spin on French New Wave filmmaking.
 

Foo Fighters move on with love songs
It's unfair to compare Dave Grohl to Kurt Cobain. No matter what he does, Grohl will never have the same kind of impact. But it's inescapable especially when a new Nirvana album (albeit a greatest hits collection) hits the shelves a week after the Foo Fighters' One By One.

 

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