The Vermont Cynic

An Interview with Sean Daly

October 27, 2003

As the front man for one of the most successful underground hip-hop groups to date, Slug has garnered national and international praise for Seven's Travels, Atmosphere's latest album. As a leading voice in what can accurately be defined as one of the most influential major popular art movement of ou...

Don’t Let These Guys Give You The Slip

October 20, 2003

This coming Saturday night, October 25h, don't miss a truly unique, original, and exciting band called The Slip, which will be performing down the street at Winooski's own Higher Ground. The Slip is a trio consisting of brothers Andrew Barr (drums), Brad Barr (guitar), and longtime friend and bandmate Ma...

String Cheese Invades UVM

October 20, 2003

On October 8, 2003, The String Cheese Incident came to UVM to spread their lighthearted grooves to a student body awaiting them with open arms. While surprisingly tickets were still available at the door, they managed to come very to close to reaching Patrick Gymnasium's full capacity. The Cheese to...

Vermont International Film Festival Brings Danny Glover, More

October 20, 2003

The 14th annual Vermont International Film Festival showcased a number of films ranging from several animated shorts to the gritty, tense documentaries that highlighted the festival. The festival centered around socially conscious cinema in several different forms, the main form being documentary fi...

Arnold Wins In California, Comes to UVM

October 13, 2003

Arnold's Terminator 3 rises on campus. Saturday 10/18 - 8PM & 11PM - CC Theater - Free. A decade has passed since John Connor (Nick Stahl) helped prevent Judgment Day and save mankind from mass destruction. Now 22, Connor lives "off the grid" - no home, no credit cards, no cell phone and no job. No ...

INTERVIEW: Jack Black Lets Loose on Rock

October 6, 2003

Actor Jack Black let college journalists from across the country pick his brain in a recent phone interview. Black -- whose resume includes acting, singing, writing and stand-up comedy -- answered questions about his new movie "School of Rock" and the man behind the outrageous exterior. Black's po...

Remarkable Rembrandt

October 6, 2003

It's not the usual thing these days in 21st Century America to attend an exhibit that requires either very good eyesight or a magnifying plate to view the works of art. Great art, however, as Provost John Bramley pointed out, has become almost commonplace in Burlington, the Andy Warhol exhibit t...

The Late Late Review

September 29, 2003

Jones Beach TheaterSeptember 13, 2003Red Hot Chili Peppers The Red Hot Chili Peppers have delivered yet another spectacular performance. The Peppers are on what is probably their best tour yet. They do an amazing job at exploring all areas of music with heavy guitar, rapping beats, funky riffs, and...

String Cheese Hits Burlington

September 29, 2003

As I'm sure all the Deadheads, Phishphans, and just fans of good music in general are aware, The String Cheese Incident will be playing at the Patrick Gymnasium at 8:00 on Wednesday October 8th. I have seen the band before and I personally think they put on a great show. This one promises to...

Find Fame at the 4th Annual Firehouse Open Exhibition

September 29, 2003

First fifty artists to bring work to the Firehouse Gallery will be shown! Here is every artist's chance for fame, not just 15 minutes, but six whole weeks as part of 4th Annual Firehouse Open. Once again, the Firehouse Gallery reprises one of its most democratic and unusual exhibitions. The Firehouse Open f...

The Stella Comedy Group Comes to Higher Ground

March 31, 2003

Michael Ian Black, Michael Showalter, and David Wain have been writing, producing, and performing comedy together and apart for the past twelve years. They met at New York University in 1988, where they helped create the sketch comedy troupe, The State, which went on to a successful television run on...

Montreal Dance Sensation Compagnie Marie Chouinard to Perform at The Flynn

March 10, 2003

Evoking Cubist paintings, Egyptian friezes, primitive rituals, and baby birds, the dances of Montreal choreographer Marie Chouinard never cease to provoke and astound. Pushing their bodies to the limit, 10 exceptional dancers explore physiological architecture, probing the forces and tensions within us...

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