The guide to events in central Scotland '

Thursday 8 Thursday 22 July 2004

The Front

Glasgow's river festival . . . putting Twiggy on a pedestal . . . eyeball jewellery . . . plus letters on T in the Park and flattering conspwacytheones.


12 The Pixies Despite the hype and the glory of today's pop industry. few bands can truly be said to have changed the

landscape of music. But the Pixies are one such band. Mark Robertson explains why the reformation of the Pixies is easily the highlight of the musical year.

16 T in the Park line-up The full rundown of all the bands on all the stages at Scotland’s finest pop festival.

18 Michael Moore American filmmaker Michael Moore specialises in rubbing people up the wrong way. But with his new film Fahrenheit 9/7 7. he surpasses himself: this time. he might even bring down the US government. Paul Dale assesses the man and his movie.

22 Street style Forget the pages of Vogue: what are people really wearing in urban Glasgow and Edinburgh this summer? We hit the streets to find out.

89 Phoenix It was four years in the making and it’s turned out to be one of the albums of the year. We take a listen to Phoenix's phenomenal A/phabetica/.

I 2 Four bottles of 35 South Wine for the Letter of the Issue

I 1 1 2 for 1 meals at Wagamama, win cases of Tennent’s Lager and Orange phones Talk Time

I 27 Subscribe to The List and get a free £12 Stand Comedy membership and The List for less than £1.49

I 67 Win MTV Base CDs

I 99 Win wine packs

Eve"ts Film

Film index Film Iistings


Rock 8 Pop listings JazszUngs

Folk 8 World listings Classical 8 Opera listings

Theatre Theatre 8 Dance listings

Comedy Gay

Clubs Clubs listings venues


Gallery listings Kids


City Life

87 City Life listings

I The Goods

89 Buy it this fortnight 90 Books

92 Comics

92 Records

96 Games

96 DVD

98 TV

99 Food 8 Drink

100 Travel

I Classified

102 Recruitment 105 Flatshare 107 I Saw You

Rear View

112 Craig Hill 8 The Bureau of Oddities