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Featured Article

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A taste of Jerusalem
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with Middle Eastern products,
Weekend Entertainment
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African Art
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Gross in millions of dollars
1. Robots (36.5) - Does Robin
Williams play a really hairy robot?
2. The Pacifier (18) - The
connection between the title and Vin
Diesel: They both involve sucking.
3. Be Cool (10.3) - Know what's
not cool? Mediocre sequels nobody
asked for.
4. Hostage (9.8) - Thankfully for
Bruce Willis, his worst movie is still
"Hudson Hawk."
5. Hitch (8.7) - Eva Mendes
makes for a great actress. And by
actress, we mean "eye candy."
6. Million Dollar Baby (5) - If
"Rocky VI" is half as good as this
movie, it'll be a miracle.
7. Diary of a Mad Black
Woman (5) - Dear Diary: Today
was such a good day. We didn't have
to see this movie.
8. Constantine (3.6) - Gavin
Rossdale plays the devil. It makes
sense - he did marry Gwen Stefani.
9. Man of the House (1.8) - It's
official: Cedric the Entertainer has been
in more bad movies than Ben Stiller.
10. Cursed (1.5) - This movie's
credibility would have been seriously
upped if they called it "Teen Wolf

A 11l it too~k was a press cn-
ferenCC featurinIL' 1nrsized
no velty checks and rap's (at-
e St war was oven 0_1(l-U nimemhier
't'he G3ame and leadeir 50 Cenit"sfetid
Mede d as abrutptly si ea, Justa
IIhoIt I t on tao ot3raprs were
,r(inhigh _ .. thel r c, es OfThe
Game s a.t, Thle Doar(2rmlf'G1tP'y,
..nd awaiti te Irelease of 50's long-
awaited follow-up to 2003's bet Rich
orDi Tr2'in'.
However, after Gi-lnit's West
Coast representative madte a few
choice remarks about working with
SD's~ own rivals on the air of New
York's combustible Hot..9?, the big-
gest rap war since Bad Boy and Death
Row seemed upon us.
Yet, following the fateful shooting
at the radio station, the two rap stars
mended fences almost immediately
after 50's album debuted. Which
begs the question as to what actually
happened and if this was all some
sort of perverse publicity stunt.
Rap beef's fuel record sales. With-
out an opponent to slam, a lot of the
vitriol and ferocity of a rapper's lyr-
ics are lost. Since the fateful Biggie[
2Pac battles, it seems as every major
MC has gone out of their way to find
a rival. From Kiy-Z and Nas to 50
himself and Ja Rule, hateful rhymes
rule the day. Eminem.. a constant
perpetrator of calling out opponents,
denounced this verbal violence on
his latest album, but his protege still
won't listen..
With 50 Cent lobbing, venom at
JaRule and Murder Inc.. it was unex-

pected for him 'to tarn on his own. The fight brought both stars and their
Even before the momentary split albums countless reentions in main-
between 50.adThe.Game,. 50 upped stream publications and news outlets.
the <ante in his verbal sparring with Even if it was out of anger, the end'
th Ic by tuning his wards toward result got the word out there about
faRule's recentcollaborators Fat Joe their m usic.
and Jadakis Fifty Cent attacked rap- Yet, thle optomnist in me hopes that
per simply baus. the performed 50C( ent and The Game's quick ree'-
With an enemy; nothing more, onciliation indicates that this cur-
Was 50 Cent worried about the rent crop of rap stars doesnu't wat
kophmore slump? their careers to be mired in the same
The second albtum is always a sort of violent culture that marked
concern for an artist, especially one many of their predecessors. Biggie
coming with as much hype as S0. and 2Pac's legacies .rose from their:
With his image constantly softening early 'graves, but honestly no one
in the public as MTV and the masses has a death wish big enough to'actut-
embrace him as.nicon of the genre,. ally strive for death. Whoever was
maybe 50 Cent thought he needed to responsible for ending the idiocy.o
're-establish.his tough image to sell this feud should be thanked. Yes, the
records. His flow and beats helped battle tracks oftentimes make great
push 'Get Rich or Die Trh'On' to mul- listens, but the concept of wuar in
tiplatinum status just as much as his the music industry is ridiculous and
public persona. juvenile.
Additionally, The Game's album Then again, maybe the feud never
might have fallen off the charts as 'event had any substance' in the first
his fellow G'-Unit member's LP took place. Maybe 50 Cent is just took~
off, "Tow We Do,, the lead single ing for trouble. Maybe 50's handlers
from The Doctimentar' , owes as made him reconcile to stop the battle
much to 50 Cent's presence on the before it infringed upon record sales.
track as The Game's. Critics have Who knows? But the rap world needs
already claimed that The Game was to rid itself of this ridiculous under-
simply riding 50 Cent's coattails to belly if it's ever going to get the cred-
stardom, so why would the public ibility its musical quality warrants,
stick around when the real deal was_______-____.
releasedt Adam is a big fan of rap. He Dens
There is potentially more to the ever, Will Smith album, and he even
situation than just a few offhanded votedl for- '(ettin' Jiggy Wit It" to
remarks on a radio station. Both 50 be his class scag when he gradit-
and Game benefit from aIl of the aru from elementary school. Send
added exposure in the news, regard- him yvour faivorite Wifl Sirith flaws at
less of the negetivity of the press. urottte nzmh~edzu


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Writers: Christine Beamer, Emily
Fellows, Jackie Lamaj, Justin Miller,
Kathryn Rice, Adam Rosen
Photographers: Forest Casey,
Mike Hulsebus, Peter Schottenfels,
Julia Tapper, Ryan Weiner

First Brad and Jen, then
D~enise Richards and Charlie
Sheen and now Katie Holmes
and Chris Klein. What has been
going on recently to cause
an end to so many perfect
romances? Couples we thought
would last forever are no
more. Side A boasts a mass
of songs reserved for the
possibility that these couples
will come to their senses and
get back together. Side B holds
songs set aside for the bleak
reality that these Hollywood
songs are done for good.
- Abby Frackman

1. We Can Work It Out
- Stevie Wonder
2.Let's Spend thea Night 'To-
gether - The Rolling Stones
. All.You. Need Is Love
- The Beatles
4. Airn't Too Proud to Beg
-- The Temptatio ins
S. Why Ca't Wei'e Friends?'
-- Smash Mouth
6.: borit Leave AMe - BlinikC182
7. She'll Come Sack' to Me
-- Coke
8. Change Your Mind - The
killers ..
9., Forgive and Forget -.The.
GetUp Kids
10. Sorry Sorry - Rooney

1. All By Myself - Jamie
2. Jen Doesn't Like Me Any-
more -- Less Than Joke
3. Leave Me Alone - Snoop
4.. Say .It Ain't So - Weezer
5.. Bleeding Heart. ,- Jimi
6b. Lonesome. Day, --Bruce
7T. We Might As. Well - e ;.
Strangers - Keane
$. Heartbreaker..- Led Zepplin
9. Hate You -RIeel Big Fish
10. The End -- The Doors

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