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|Volume 70, Issue 53,
Thursday, November 4, 2004
LIFE & ARTS
rock by, for whole family
For indie rock fans, sometimes the
coolest thing to do is really the lamest thing to do, which is why a night
a watching a family sing along to a vacation slide show sounds like a perfect
evening. And the Trachtenburg Family Slide Show Players are able to capture
the attention and hearts of anyone who attends one of their performances
by doing just that.
Kweli fails to further hip-hop
Whether or not he likes it, Talib
Kweli is placed among the top political rappers today.
Flava Flav hosts night of hip-hop
Did you know that cardiovascular disease
claims more women's lives than the next seven causes combined -- about
500,000 a year? Sam Houston Race Park will host the American Heart Association
Heart Walk Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Local act aims to funk audience
Plump takes their musical style and
makes sure it is far from ordinary. The local four-piece experiments with
a variety of genres swaying in and out of funk, jazz and "groove music."
Wolf unleashses 'Etiquette' on
What is it that most people look for
in great rock 'n' roll? Usually, it's nothing more than a catchy chorus,
a good beat and some semblance of musical prowess. However, an enlightened
minority employs different criteria.