Unsolicited advice for the massesBy Tim Perzyk | April 19, 2002
After two dozen issues and a year of late nights, you'd think I'd have something profound to say about entertainment. But that's just it--I don't.
Recess editor Tim Perzyk talked to Duke physical education instructor Lua Fabbri about her passion for Capoeira and the captivating art of "transcendent living.".
After revelling in the televised melodrama of Olympic curling and ice dancing, my friends and I decided to try a different spin on spring break: Salt Lake City.
As if Mike Tyson's ear-biting exploits weren't dramatic enough, the Fox television network brings us Celebrity Boxing, Hollywood-style smackdown with a ringful of B-list all stars.
Today is election day for DSG hopefuls, and after a month-long parade o' politicized whoring, the inevitable barrage of ballot snafus will be welcome closure to Duke's annual production of D.C.
If you think ringing in the new year means downing a bottle of Tosti with a dozen drunken strangers, think again. January 1 isn't the only day for clean slates, resolutions, and new beginnings.
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Rhythm and boom will stake their claim on Page Auditorium this Sunday, as On Tap, Duke's resident tap-dancing troupe, hosts its annual spring concert in the largest performance space on campus.