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The Year in Music 2014: Albums of the Year

The Year in Music 2014: Albums of the Year

Huffington Post, NPR and The Quietus all have one, so here's ours, The Newspaper's top albums of 2014. The past twelve months have seen several critically acclaimed artists on the periphery finally take centre stage with some career high watermarks a.. Read More »
DEC 23, 2014 | BY THE NEWSPAPER STAFF
A new artwork at Hart House challenges police
A Review of 'Undocumented: The Architecture of Migrant Detention'
A Far Cry From Reality

A Far Cry From Reality

A Canadian game company profits from the Nepalese civil war Read More »
DEC 04, 2014 | BY JESSE BEATSON
The Week in Live Music: Run the Jewels, Gordon Lightfoot and UofT's Percussion Ensemble

The Week in Live Music: Run the Jewels, Gordon Lightfoot and UofT's Percussion Ensemble

From the hard-hitting rap of Run the Jewels to the stunning percussive performance, Exploring Timbre, put on by the Faculty of Music and a Massey Hall residency by elder folk statesman Gordon Lightfoot, here are the live shows that rocked our ears on.. Read More »
DEC 03, 2014 | BY ANGELO GIO MATEO, TANJA VELICKOVIC, ZACH MORGENSTERN
Currently Spinning: Michael by Les Sins

Currently Spinning: Michael by Les Sins

Chaz Budwick of Toro Y Moi takes a turn towards opulent house on the debut album, Michael, for his new side project, Les Sins. Read More »
NOV 10, 2014 | BY DEDE AKOLO
Vtape Co-Founder Tells All

Vtape Co-Founder Tells All

Vtape displays the simultaneously mythological and contemporary video art of Lisa Birke. Co-founder of Vtape Lisa Steele and the artist share their thoughts on the future of the video art. Read More »
NOV 07, 2014 | BY CLARRIE FEINSTEIN
Hugging Tree Artist Invites Onlookers to Embrace Nuit Blanche Artsfest

Hugging Tree Artist Invites Onlookers to Embrace Nuit Blanche Artsfest

Street artist Elicser Elliot makes art accessible in our city and discusses how he views art at Nuit Blanche by the Hugging Tree on Queen Street West, which he painted over a decade ago. Read More »
NOV 07, 2014 | BY OLIVIA ISAJEV
No Bunker Can Save this Play from Bombing

No Bunker Can Save this Play from Bombing

Toronto's Factory Theatre premiers a new play co-written by actor Adam Lazarus and director Guillermo Verdecchia. This play is controversial, offensive, and provocative, pushing the boundaries of performance art. Read More »
NOV 07, 2014 | BY OLIVIA ISAJEV
A Pungent Alternative for the Weekend Warrior

A Pungent Alternative for the Weekend Warrior

Toronto 2014 Garlic Fest brought together foodies, families, and of course, garlic enthusiasts at Evergreen Brick Works. Read More »
NOV 07, 2014 | BY CINNIA LEE
 
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