Gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins committed during the holiday season, a time when binge eating and drinking is at an all-time high. As another new year begins, people resolve to shed their excess pounds by either regularly attending a gym or by consuming less calories. However, some people feel they are merely… Continue reading Obesity is no one’s fault but your own
Do you want to know what Victoria’s secret is? Women who have real lives cannot wear the so-called lingerie that the supermodels of the Victoria’s Secret 2002 fashion show parade in. If a woman’s occupation requires anything from a T-shirt to a pair of pants, she may have some issues wearing these seductive undergarments. If… Continue reading What is Victoria’s Secret?
Reality sure bites for actress Winona Ryder. Who actually thought she’d get slapped with vandalism and grand theft, a double felony? And the question on everyone’s mind is, why would someone as rich and famous as Winona steal anyway? Well, you can pick your choice from the multiple excuses Ms. Ryder offers: she was high… Continue reading When the rich attack
Move aside Brad Pitt, there’s a new man in town who has captured the hearts of millions of women. He’s charismatic, smart, honest, and he doesn’t beat around the bush. Although his round frame and bald head do not make him a typical candidate for the ladies to swoon over, he offers something that they… Continue reading Dr. Phil not the cure
On their new album, Blue Rodeo proves they can diversify their sound with an orchestral flavour, and still keep their faithful fans tuning in. “You have to keep it fresh,” says Glenn Milchem, the drummer of Blue Rodeo. And a fresh sound is certainly what Blue Rodeo’s latest release Palace of Gold entails, with an… Continue reading Blue Rodeo is still pure gold
What if some one monopolized the information that could save your life, or the life of someone you care about? What if somebody would only give you this life altering information if you paid a ransom fee around $1,300? Our mighty friends south of the border are already doing this. Utah based Myriad Genetics Inc.… Continue reading The Human Genome
By Greg Ellis
Editor, the Gauntlet,Re: “Parting Shots,” Oct. 21, 2002. After reading Jackie Panera’s article on Christina Aguilera, I was left a little confused. Certainly I am used to reading criticism of America’s pop icons typically centred around their attire and behavior, but in this article, Jackie Panera drew conclusions that although were refreshingly original, were way… Continue reading Aguilera exploits only herself
Christina Aguilera’s latest video, Dirrty, certainly lives up to its name, but not just because she is prancing around scantily-clad in a boxing ring. This pop singer’s latest business stunt is beyond dirty; it’s despicable. She is trying to turn a profit by exploiting women and children who are victims in Thailand’s sex industry. In… Continue reading Christina Aguilera supports Thai sex trade?
Dayna Manning’s CD, Shades, takes folk, pop and country elements, and incorportes very poetic and musically rich lyrics to the sounds of acoustic guitar and piano. This album is pleasant to listen to, but there aren’t any huge surprises. While I was listening I had to pay close attention when each song ended, because the… Continue reading Dayna Manning, Shades
Whatever happened to the good old days when heavy drinking and dancing constituted a girls’ night out? Going out with the girls to get shit-faced has taken on a whole new meaning, as shots of tequila are being phased out and replaced with shots of Botox. How would you like to spend your Saturday night… Continue reading Shooting up instant beauty