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NOW Magazine - Anniversary special - - Toronto Symphony Orchestra -

“With its sig­na­ture mix of solid food at wal­let-friendly prices, Gin­ger 2 ad­vances the palat­able plot of the orig­i­nal. I’m al­ready look­ing for­ward to Gin­ger 3: The Wrath Of Prawn.” – about a se­quel-wor­thy restau­rant “Like that bil­low­ing dust cloud hot on grimy Pig­pen’s ass in the old Peanuts comix, wher­ever the Lul­labye Arkestra travel, they leave a dev­as­tat­ing trail of pure rock de­struc­tion.” – about a band with a sweetly bu­colic moniker “Ev­ery so of­ten I am so thor­oughly dis­ap­pointed that I can re­mem­ber what it was like when as a child I got socks on my birth­day. This show is black knee-high socks.” – about the Gaudí ar­chi­tec­ture ex­hibit “It’s still hard to say if the whole thing was more plea­sur­able than tor­tur­ous, yet it was def­i­nitely mem­o­rable. Just not some­thing you’d ever want to ex­pe­ri­ence again.” – about the SARS­s­tock con­cert “Ob­vi­ously, I’m in there like a fer­ret on a pop­si­cle.” – about the open­ing of Chippy’s

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