• Issue of
  • Aug 12-18, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 33

News

  • Whistler
  • Dog put down after biting woman

    A woman who was bitten in the face by a dog at a full moon party early Sunday morning is recovering from her injuries, according to the man who’s dog was responsible for the attack.

A&E

  • Music
  • Ear Candy

    With Susan Holden — Plan B singer/songwriter/guitar player and lifetime member of the Tuned Woman sisterhood.
  • Good times
  • Arts
  • Good times

    Canadian activist rocker clears his throat and his name
  • Gettin’ some Action at the Boot
  • Arts
  • Gettin’ some Action at the Boot

    With their driving funk rock, irrepressible front man and Penthouse Letters lyrics local band Slow Nerve Action is everyone’s guilty pleasure.
  • Arts
  • Fort Knox secured for Soul Kitchen

    Last April, as the 10 days of madness also known as the World Ski and Snowboard Festival were drawing to a close, I was feeling, to put it mildly, rather spent.
  • Arts
  • Last call for Copper and Fire

    The B.C. Museum of Mining in Britannia Beach is still accepting submissions for its second annual Copper and Fire art exhibition on Sunday, Aug. 15.

Food & Drink

Opinion

  • Editorial

    Tourism and the airline industry, part II
  • Maxed Out

    The uninspiring devil we don’t know
  • cybernaut

    Bridging the digital divide in B.C.

Sports

  • Features
  • Samurai sells out, and more

    Barring any unforeseen backcountry restrictions due to the fire risk, the fourth Samurai of Singletrack should get underway as planned on Sept. 11 with 108 riders taking on a course featuring some of the most challenging bike trails in Whistler.

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