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February 12, 2005

Pound SF100 Cargo Way, Pier 96San FranciscoFeb. 1810$ 8pmSoul On Trial Joint Suppression Glyptic 100 SunsFeb. 25 7:3010$Entombed Crowbar Pro-Pain Mighty NimbusSlim's333 11th St.San FranciscoFeb. 189pm11$The Locust Ex-Models Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower 924 Gilman924 Gilman St.BerkeleyAll shows 7$, all shows 7pm Feb. 18F****d Up(...

Band of the Week

Shannon Elliott

February 12, 2005

In the music world, there are few men who can bring a song to life, both on record and stage, like Andrew W.K. His music is full of hope, a love for life, and all things about it, ranging from the darker side (how people can hurt you) to the lighter side (falling in love with a girl shaped like a peach). With hard rock styl...

Eisley puts their dreams to music in debut

Neill Herbert

February 12, 2005

CD fast factsArtist: EisleyAlbum: Room Noises Album Highlights : Golly Sandra, Marvelous Things, Lost at Sea"Uh-oh-not a good sign," was the first thought that ran through my head when I first saw the cover of Eisley's first full-length album "Room Noises." Any band worth the plastic to which their music is fused definitel...

The boogeyman’s back

Nicole Givens

February 12, 2005

Don't believe those lies your parents fed you about there being no such thing as the "Boogeyman." He's real, and he's definitely creepy as you think he'd be. When little Timmy Jensen witnesses his father getting kidnapped by the terrible Boogeyman, he spends the rest of his life trying to prove to himself he hadn't seen an...

‘Aliens of the Deep’ sinks in the end

Kyle Chidester

February 12, 2005

Have you ever wondered if there is life on other planets? If so, have you ever wondered how it got there? Or how it got to this planet, for that sake? I know that these sound like some pressing spiritual questions, but I'm not here to discuss that (at least not today). I'm here to discuss the film "Aliens of the Deep" by di...

Skyline revives journalism program

Fionnola C. Villamejor

February 12, 2005

"Hot off the presses," said Skyline College's journalism professor Nancy Kaplan-Biegel, in making an announcement on the first day of the current semester. "It's official. We now offer students the opportunity to obtain an associate degree in journalism, or, alternatively, a certificate in journalism."Both programs are offer...

College President markets Skyline

Vikki Nguyen

February 12, 2005

Skyline College President Victoria Morrow gave a speech at the South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Feb. 9, detailing distinct qualities of Skyline, her plans for the college, and an appeal to the community for ideas to enrich the college.At the luncheon, sponsored by the Women in Business Committee, Morrow's ...

WAR OF THE WORDS

WAR OF THE WORDS

February 12, 2005

Valentine's Day is a day to spend basking in the glory of love. Or is it?If you look back on the histor...

New facilities in the spotlight

New facilities in the spotlight

February 12, 2005

A multi-million dollar price tag is giving Skyline's Andreas Wolf, dean of physical education, every r...

How much would you pay for democracy

Brian McKay

February 12, 2005

On Jan. 30, the citizens of Iraq held their first free election in a half-century. In the election, 275 members of a national assembly were chosen, and this assembly will later determine who will be in the offices of prime minister, president, and a cabinet.On the day of the election, 72 percent of the eligible voters turned ou...

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