2007-10-04

    
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October 04, 2007
  The wild world of KíNaanPDF files may take a moment to load

Known as a fiercely political hip-hop artist, K’Naan has also gained notoriety throughout the world as a Somalian emigre who managed to escape the brutality of Mogadishu at the last second. But K’Naan is trying to move on from his past, letting his music do the talking.

October 04, 2007
  Sean Pennís latest film is a Wild ridePDF files may take a moment to load

You know that book that moved you so intensely, touched something inside you so much that you had to push it fanatically onto everyone you knew? Into the Wild is Sean Penn’s version of that. Adapted from Jon Krakauer’s non-fiction book on the life-affirming and tragic story of college grad Christopher McCandless’ withdrawal from civilization and what he saw as the trappings of society, Penn reportedly waited over a decade for the OK from McCandless’ parents to bring this story to the screen and rightly so.

October 04, 2007
  Four dudes singing about WinnipegPDF files may take a moment to load

Four years to the day since their last full-length studio release, the Weakerthans’ newest album, Reunion Tour, has been released to the swarms of scrabbling, glassy-eyed hipster zombies hungering for a new album. Despite the misleading title, and the length of time since their previous album’s release, Canada’s favourite indie rockers haven’t broken up, although the release of Reunion Tour was a surprise to almost everyone—including the band.

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