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Vancouver rockers, radio hosts, and record-store owners reflect on the power of Black Sabbath

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JULY 15, 1999

By Steve Newton

Because of its brutal sound and satanic overtones, Black Sabbath was never as widely accepted as the Beatles or the Stones, but its influence among rock fans is incredibly far-reaching. 628 more words

Heavy Metal

Do As You Say And Say As You Do... or at least try

The Catcher in the Rye really is an interesting book. I am glad to say that I ended the year with a novel like this because it leaves me thinking. 484 more words

Delina

Co-op not just for engineers

Co-operative education is not an option exclusive to students studying math and sciences.

On Wednesday’s show, UBC Arts Co-op Director Julie Walchli explained how the interest in co-operative education has boomed in the faculty over the last 15 years. 67 more words

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Supporting CiTR

This week, Ira Nadel will be joining the hosts of CiTR’s Alphabet Soup in studio to talk about the station’s ongoing Fundrive. This year, the student-run organization is aiming to raise $40,000 in order to maintain its operations and expand its digital capabilities. 25 more words

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Scene and Heard Podcast: CiTR Radio Host Ben Lai on Shindig! Battle of the Bands

Scene & Heard host Stuart Derdeyn chats with Ben Lai, longtime host of UBC CiTr Radio’s Shindig! Battle of the Bands.

In its 31 year history, the contest has hosted some of the city’s most celebrated musicians including those who went on to become the Odds, Three Inches of Blood and others. 19 more words

Music

World Class Vinyl

How do I get onto the world stage?  This was on my mind.  I opened the envelope and saw it’s just another cancellation notice.  Dead air.  372 more words

Certainties

New Citrix Performance Management Survey Reveals Key Challenges and Best Practices

We are excited to announce the results of the first global Citrix Performance Management Survey! We conducted the survey together with the Citrix and IT community at  346 more words

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