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Albums of the Month: August

Albums of the Month: August

As the summer winds down, the Newspaper is gearing up for another year of monthly record roundups. Here's what we were listening to in August as we prepared for the transition back into the school year. Read More »
SEP 15, 2015 | BY CHANTEL OUELLET, COLE FIRTH
Electric Shock: Royal Headache, Sheer Mag and Black Baron at The Silver Dollar Room

Electric Shock: Royal Headache, Sheer Mag and Black Baron at The Silver Dollar Room

Following the release of critically acclaimed releases from all three artists, The Silver Dollar Room overflowed with visceral post-punk and biting garage rock at Royal Headache's sold out show. Read More »
SEP 10, 2015 | BY COLE FIRTH
Eighteen and under

Eighteen and under

The best places to hang out regardless of age Read More »
SEP 08, 2015 | BY CHANTEL OUELLET
Music Inspired by Canada: Interview with Rheostatics Dave Bidini

Music Inspired by Canada: Interview with Rheostatics Dave Bidini

The newspaper spoke with Rheostatics frontman Dave Bidini about the shift in our national artistic climate, bloodied foreheads and making music that belongs to the rest of Canada. Read More »
SEP 03, 2015 | BY COLE FIRTH
Exhibition Review: Sarah Creagen's Tornadoes at NO FOUNDATION Gallery

Exhibition Review: Sarah Creagen's Tornadoes at NO FOUNDATION Gallery

There's a subtlety to Sarah Creagen's solo exhibition Tornadoes, one that creeps up on you and lingers like the impression of a dream you are barely waking up from... Read More »
AUG 30, 2015 | BY MARY MA
The Wayhome Journals

The Wayhome Journals

A candid retelling of my first festival experience. Read More »
AUG 11, 2015 | BY CHANTEL OUELLET
Review: UC Follies’ Home For Boys

Review: UC Follies’ Home For Boys

Glass Reflections Theatre and UC Follies present a play about gender, space and boyhood set outdoors at the UC Quad. Read More »
AUG 07, 2015 | BY PRISCA LAM
Stewart takes on “the finale,” with a little help from some friends

Stewart takes on “the finale,” with a little help from some friends

Charm makes up for lack of politics as an era in American satire ends Read More »
AUG 07, 2015 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
An agreement for poor souls: Interview with Toronto's Fresh Snow

An agreement for poor souls: Interview with Toronto's Fresh Snow

The newspaper sat down with Toronto noise outfit Fresh Snow to talk Tommy James, Toronto DIY and New Music. Read More »
JUL 24, 2015 | BY REBECCA M. WILLIAMS
Review: The Flesh of the World at UTAC

Review: The Flesh of the World at UTAC

Guest curated by Amanda Cachia Read More »
JUL 23, 2015 | BY MARY MA
 
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