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for), here’s the . . .

I It’s now November, but ‘August and Everything’ still continues to shift units, prompting Rolling Stone to call them this year’s biggest new band. Get their number when the Counting Crows play Barrowland. See Rock listings for details

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I What’s a bird in the

hand worth? Find out how a group of artists and performers tackled the

brief of putting a piece of art in a CD box. The finished work will be auctioned off at the end of the exhibition at the Collective Gallery. See Art listings for details.

I This is a contemporary dancer who’s guaranteed not to expose her bum, or her mum for that matter, on stage. For Siobhan Davies, who appears at the Festival Theatre, dance is a much more spiritual thing. See Theatre preview for details.


2 The List 4—17 November 1994