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CULTURE

PEOPLE

Dan Aykroyd talks shop
John Intini starts a sentence. . . Dan Aykroyd finishes it

Ben Chin finishes sentences
The TV personality speaks about yoga, ketchup and the Windsor knot

The things we do for the love of Canadian art
The prize-winning, eight-volume reference work "A Dictionary of Canadian Artists" was compiled and self-published by Ottawa's Colin MacDonald.

The Charles Mingus of blacksmithing
Musical blacksmith John Little

MUSIC
Let's hear it for the Boy, let's give the Boy a hand
Mop-topped Stephen Noel is carrying the Britpop torch with catchy pop songs about girls

The Constantines' rock and soul
They make you wanna dance, cry and read their liner notes

RECORD SALES AND A WHOLE LOTTA LOVE
How is it that Led Zeppelin, a hard-living rock band that broke up 23 years ago, could still top today's charts?

GAMING
Action-packed
Video game reviews

BOOKS

BARBARITY IN THE NAME OF THE LORD
Jon Krakauer's 'Under the Banner of Heaven: A Story of Violent Faith'

A BOY'S LIFE IN SOLITARY
Narrated by an autistic youth, a new novel is comical, deeply sad -- and utterly superb

Love in the Big Apple -- caramelized
Amanda Hesser's 'Cooking for Mr. Latte: A Food Lover's Courtship, with Recipes'


BEST-SELLERS
Top 10 fiction and non-fiction books

FILMS
THEY GIVE SHOWS THEIR KICK
Canada's stunt artists are worse for wear -- and smiling all the way to the bank

Mr. Moviefone captures the Friedmans
Jarecki helps his audiences cope with the after-effects of an intense movie-going experience

THREE MEN AND A HORSE
Funny, sad and exhilarating, 'Seabiscuit' is a big, corny crowd-pleaser that works

From Irish temptress to New World tourist
Actress Nora-Jane Noone

COMEDY
A joker mourned
Bob Hope remembered

Q&A
'WE'RE VERY LUCKY TO BE ALIVE'
Top travel writer BILL BRYSON tackles science and concludes it's a fluke that humans exist

'I WAS ABSOLUTELY ALARMED'
PAUL GROSS: A leading actor says urgent steps are needed to promote Canadian TV drama

GOOD MORNING, HEARTACHE
LUCINDA WILLIAMS: The singer-songwriter talks to Brian D. Johnson about the exquisite pain of her art

THEATRE
THE DIRT ON BURNS
Soulpepper's new season

PASSION, MIND AND HEALING
Exhilarating theatre rescues a festival buffeted by SARS and uneven productions

DIVERSIONS
Diversions
Who's reading and listening to what
LISTINGS
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Events across Canada this week
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