Arts & LIfe

Arts & LIfe

A night of gyrating rainbow rays

Drag queens take over Bomber for the latest Drag Me to Bomber event, sponsored by GLOW to celebrate their 43rd birthday.

Plaster boobs, sketched out nudes, and witty attitudes

Plaster busts, naked model drawing, and comedy night highlight the International Women’s Week events on campus.

Images and words: Lisa Moore at SJU

Reporter Amber O’Brien goes to see award-winning Canadian novelist Lisa Moore, who visited St. Jerome’s University on Feb. 26 as part of their 2013/14 Reading Series.

What am I doing here?

Canadian country band Blue Rodeo comes to KW, bringing their stylings to a packed house at Centre in the Square. Arts Editor Nolan Finkelstein has the report.

“Pussies unite” at UW’s annual performance of The Vagina Monologues

Intern Monica Marczuk goes to UW’s annual performance of The Vagina Monologues, exploring what it means to respect one’s womanhood, and more accurately, to respect that which makes women women: the vagina.

Music Review: Real Estate

Reporter Aaron Cornies has the low-down on the newest offering from Real Estate, Atlas, finding that more of the same is exactly what the doctor ordered.

Everybody has a story

Head Reporter Megan Nourse goes behind the scenes to meet the humans behind the popular Humans of UWaterloo Facebook page.

Celebrating Mardi Gras around the world

Travel columnist Jessica Needham looks at Mardi Gras events around the world and how they compare to New Orleans.

Shaken, but not stirred by Jane Bond

Atmosphere, environment, and lack of truly dynamite flavours leaves food reviewer Lenore Ramirez wanting a bit more from vegetarian restaurant Jane Bond in uptown Waterloo.

Waterloo cares

Columnist Kira Henderson has a lot to be thankful for this week after being overwhelmed by the generosity and kindness of others following her column about depression.
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