Tuesday, July 7, 2015

thenewspaper

 

John Street to Become a “Cultural Corridor”

$28.7 million going into making the street smaller and greener Read More »

“Contemporary Color” at Luminato

An experiment in an “arena-scale staging of sport, music, dance, and culture” promises much in the way of spectacle, delivers underwhelming results Read More »

Flogging Molly: Populism, not pop

Reflections of a fan who felt out of place Read More »

Summer Festival Coverage: Bestival

Music festivals mean more than a collection of artists, and those who attend are more than a passive audience. Bestival is a special case, so here’s how we are attempting to tie it all together. Read More »

Remembering Pride

Exploring the importance of the annual Toronto Pride Week. Read More »

Using The Right Words

Student Panel Seeks To Establish Consent Culture Read More »
Nintendo’s New Game Features Gay Conversion Therapy and Lack of Consent

Nintendo’s New Game Features Gay Conversion Therapy and Lack of Consent

Fire Emblem Fates introduces a lesbian character—and turns her straight with a magic drug
“Contemporary Color” at Luminato

“Contemporary Color” at Luminato

An experiment in an “arena-scale staging of sport, music, dance, and culture” promises much in the way of spectacle, delivers underwhelming results
Flogging Molly: Populism, not pop

Flogging Molly: Populism, not pop

Reflections of a fan who felt out of place
Charleston gunfire echoes racism in law enforcement

Charleston gunfire echoes racism in law enforcement

To understand the motives behind the massacre, we should look to the killing Eric Garner
Remembering Pride

Remembering Pride

Exploring the importance of the annual Toronto Pride Week.
Using The Right Words

Using The Right Words

Student Panel Seeks To Establish Consent Culture
 
The Newspaper © Planet Publications MMXII | Website designed by Hazel Llanes