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FROM the VAULT: Big Star

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In 1972, the group gave their first effort the ambitious title of #1 Record. It fully showcased the band's influences as well as the blossoming songwriting of both Bell and Chilton. “Thirteen” and “In the Street” were to become favourites but, despite the album's apparent hit power, it failed to make an impact.

Paranormal Activity is genuinely scary

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Hailed as this decade's Blair Witch Project and inspiring independent filmmakers everywhere, Paranormal Activity is an ultra low budget, shaky-cam horror film chronicling the haunting of an ordinary American couple.

Free shoes for all

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With the help of over a dozen local elementary schools, Michael McDonald, a fourth year kinesiology student, and Brian Michasiw, owner of Brainsport Running Store, have gathered a mountain of used shoes to distribute to Saskatoon's needy.

REVIEW: Law Abiding Citizen

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In Law Abiding Citizen, Gerard Butler's character Clyde Shelton believes that lessons not learned in blood are soon forgotten. And there's no doubt that he truly means it.

Fighting breast cancer with music

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On Oct. 16 five babes with a cause and a whole lot of soul lined the stage at Amigos Cantina to raise funds and awareness for the battle against breast cancer.

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