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DIY Costumes

Ideas for the busy, lazy, and uninspired. Read More »
OCT 26, 2012 | BY NATALIE MORCOS, SEBASTIAN GREENHOLTZ

Garlic fest feeds local lifestyle

Torontonians risk bad breath for friendly atmosphere, great food at Toronto Garlic Festival Read More »
OCT 19, 2012 | BY JORDAN HARCOURT

Argo, the movie that saved lives

Ben Affleck’s latest delivers the goods...but what about the hostages? Read More »
OCT 19, 2012 | BY

Putting sex on the map

U of T professor uses modern technology to map the history of the Florentine sex trade Read More »
OCT 19, 2012 | BY SARAH BOIVIN

Ellie Goulding is all lit up

Brit synth pop darling serves up a solid sophomore album Read More »
OCT 15, 2012 | BY THE NEWSPAPER ADMIN

Plotless movie a portrait of our times

Documentary Samsara is fit for stoners, lovers, or anyone into high-definition spiritual transcendence Read More »
OCT 15, 2012 | BY DAVID STOKES

Regina Spektor mesmerizes loyal fans at Toronto show

The indie music darling delivers a charming set in promoting her newest album at the Sony Centre Read More »
OCT 15, 2012 | BY SUZIE BALABUCH

All the right art in all the public spaces

Mural tasks pedestrians with confronting their own mortality Read More »
OCT 04, 2012 | BY FELICIA PERRICELLI

Babel towers over top forty

Mumford & Sons’ latest Babel brings more of their signature sound Read More »
OCT 04, 2012 | BY JON FOSTER
 
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