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VCU talent takes center stage

February 6, 2003 Executive Editor 0

A kickoff to Homecoming week was the Talent Show, hosted by Daynon Smith, on Feb. 3. Six diverse performers left a lasting impression on the judges and audience members.

Joseph Lyons, assistant director of the Career Center, who has been with VCU for 15 years, started his performance stating “the sky’s the limit,” and it certainly was.

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Ok Go’s debut album: A diamond in the rough

February 6, 2003 Executive Editor 0

The self-titled debut album from the punk rock group Ok Go is anything but ordinary. The four members of this all-male band provide a diverse collection of songs, most of which you can’t help but tap your foot. Ok Go gives its listeners a unique beat, funky tunes and original lyrics that are quite refreshing compared to other music today.

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Mobile Munchies gives healthy alternative to Common’s deep fried fare

February 6, 2003 Executive Editor 0

Feeling not so healthy these days? Did the Commons run out of veggie burgers? Are you beginning to wonder just what’s in these “veggie” burgers? Mobile Munchies, could be the healthy alternative you’ve been looking for. Not only do the owners list all their ingredients, so you aren’t kept guessing, but they guarantee all the food is fresh and made directly by them.

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Compliments to the chef on ‘Soul Food’

February 6, 2003 Executive Editor 0

“Soul Food” is one of those movies that fits the heartwarming cliche. It tells the tale of an African-American family torn apart and put back together with a little help from an elderly lady, a little boy and some good country cookin’. Big Mama Joe (Irma P.