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  • Mötley Crüe — Tommy Lee, Vince Neil, Nikki Stixx and (seated) Mick Mars.
  • Issue of
  • Mar 2-8, 2006
  • Vol. 13, No. 40
  • Mötley Crüe

They really like rock, girls and America. Lock up your white t-shirts, ladies — they’re in town this week.

News + Opinion

  • Broken home
  • City
  • Broken home

    A notorious property at Creighton and Gerrish was torn down this week. Michael Fleury finds out what happens next.
  • Tags:
  • Education
  • Unoriginal sin

    Universities are stepping up the fight against plagiarism, but not everyone agrees with their tactics.

Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Head on
  • Film + TV
  • Head on

    As Crash creeps into the lead for Best Picture favourite, Mark Palermo presents the argument for Spielberg’s Munich.
  • antenna’s up
  • Visual Art
  • antenna’s up

    antenna, opening this week, is a multimedia installation by Lucy Liu. Jane Kansas talks to her about acting versus art.

Music

  • Boys, boys, boys
  • Feature
  • Boys, boys, boys

    After an action-packed 25 years—Drugs! Death! Groupies! Reality TV!—millions of records sold and asses rocked, Mötley Crüe is still shouting at the devil. “We make music from a human standpoint, so as we change and go through ups and downs, the music fol
  • Dropping <i>Hinterland</i>
  • Feature
  • Dropping Hinterland

    Using his brand new sophomore album Hinterland, Halifax banjo phenom Old Man Luedecke charms and awes Jason Burns.
  • Book it
  • Feature
  • Book it

    Noise-toting Todd Drootin, AKA Books on Tape, brings his electronic melange to Halifax. Johnston Farrow reads up.

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