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  • The fine folks at Sub Pop Recording Enterprises helpfully provided the cover photo of the fine folks of Sleater-Kinney: from left, Carrie Brownstein, Janet Weisee and Corin Tucker.
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  • Sep 22-28, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 17

Arts + Culture

  • Playing's the thing
  • Film + TV
  • Playing's the thing

    A quartet of documentary shorts sheds some light on the genius of music, and the people who create it. Carsten Knox rocks out.
  • Writing the streets
  • Literary
  • Writing the streets

    Set in a gritty St. John’s, Lisa Moore’s Alligator is an engagingnovel that follows lovers, low-lifes and the beast that is ambition.

Food + Drink

Music

  • The big sell
  • Feature
  • The big sell

    Given up on Pearl Jam tickets? Don’t be such a damn quitter —Tara Lee Wittchen has a handful of ways you can still get in.
  • The outsiders
  • Feature
  • The outsiders

    How the Most Serene Republic — a young band from Milton, Ontario — won the hearts and support of one of the most influential record labels in this country.
  • Stills standing
  • Feature
  • Stills standing

    With a new line-up and a new sound, Montreal’s The Stills look to move past their breakthrough hype.

News + Opinion

  • Save-the-world tour
  • Canada
  • Save-the-world tour

    The Otesha Project’s cross-Canada bike trip arrives with a big message about the power of small choices. Brent Sedo listens up.
  • City
  • Getting it together

    Co-op living may be an idea from another, hippie-filled era,but Guy Quenneville discovers its time has come again.

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