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Stuff of dreams

Watching a three-hour award show like the Grammies at home can get tiring, but it's really no different live. NIKI CHEONG experienced the world's biggest music awards show first hand last week in Los Angeles.

Stuff of dreams

Watching a three-hour award show like the Grammies at home can get tiring, but it's really no different live. NIKI CHEONG experienced the world's biggest music awards show first hand last week in Los Angeles.

R.AGE to storm into three states on Monday

Loaded with goodies, two Red Sorentos are set to storm into universities and colleges in Penang, Negri Sembilan and Malacca on Monday to mark the debut of R.AGE, I>The Star's/Iyouth pullout, in these states.

Things are going to be more outR.AGEous

R.AGE is making a comeback with exciting things in store for its readers. The hip youth pullout by I>The Star/Ireturns with a blast on Monday, bringing a new zest to campus life.

R.AGE returns with a bang

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The fortunate one

J.D. Fortune's life has pretty much gone into rock 'n' roll overdrive since he bagged the INXS lead singer job. He tells NIKI CHEONG about the big touring months ahead.

Students’ efforts draw star support

Four undergraduates recently showed that you can achieve almost anything, if you just put your mind to it.

Backstreet Boys still here

With their first studio album in fiveyears, the Backstreet Boys seem to havereappeared and are about to take theworld by storm. But how long are they init for this time, wonders NIKI CHEONG, ashe speaks to band member HowieDorough in a phone interview fromFlorida.

R.AGE blog proves popular with youth

The R.AGE blog, which went live on Monday, is making quite an impact, judging from the responses on the site.

Confessions of a teacher’s pet

I have a confession to make. I was a teacher's pet. Well, the teachers never really knew I was their pet but I deluded myself into believing so. You see, I'm half Singaporean - so I>kiasuism/Iis rather thick in my blood anyway. Which proves that my need to engage in other activities while in school was genetic.