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She did it again

FEB 01, 2012 | BY SUZIE BALABUCH

Who's Tyranno-sorry now?

Guilt, forgiveness, regret, anger: all par for the course in Paddy Considine's debut feature Read More »
JAN 26, 2012 | BY

Artists rethink Black History Month in 28 Days

Barnicke Gallery exhibit challenges notions of the monthly observance Read More »
JAN 26, 2012 | BY MIRIAM ARBUS

Unframed honesty: Rodrigo Echeverria Noriega at Oz Studios

Artist’s Canadian debut does not hide behind “big stuffy conceputalism” Read More »
JAN 19, 2012 | BY SEOWON BANG

For once Coriolanus draws in the common citizens

“Go and be ruled.” Advice given to the title character ought to be heeded by any skeptical movie-goers Read More »
JAN 19, 2012 | BY

Wear Abouts!

January 12, 2012 Read More »
JAN 18, 2012 | BY BODI BOLD

Chaos makes Carnage in the parlour

Director Roman Polanski's latest comedy is a living room battle royale Read More »
JAN 12, 2012 | BY

Vancouver band beelines to Toronto

Indie rock ensemble beekeeper 'road tests' songs for new album Read More »
JAN 12, 2012 | BY VANESSA PURDY

All eyes on Eyeball

Student exhibition sets sights on bringing art to wider U of T community Read More »
DEC 08, 2011 | BY VANESSA PURDY

A Canadian Christmas

“Christmas has received pretty good press over the last few hundred years. Time to knock it down a peg or two.” - Arrogant Worms bassist Chris Patterson Read More »
DEC 08, 2011 | BY VANESSA PURDY
 
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