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Saturday, February 17, 2018

That’s too much drama for the night

In collaboration with Hart House Theatre, the U of T Drama Coalition presented its 26th annual Drama Festival. The event, spanning over the course...

Just dance and everything will be OK

This past Friday, Rhythm Performing Arts held an event titled “Just Dance Games Night.” The club, as well as many non-members, gathered in the...

Give me electric loving

Well-written indie music is, arguably, hard to come by. What strikes me about, BØRNS, whose real name is Garrett Clark Borns, is the care...

The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly podcast is an episode-by-episode discussion of the eponymous hit TV show, The West Wing, hosted by Joshua Malina and Hrishikesh...

Bring your art for some helpful criticism

Hidden in a nook of the Art Gallery of Mississauga are artists of all ages and walks of life who mingle, share, and relate...

Moving into 406 Clybourne Street

The New York Times writer Erik Piepenburg said, “Every city has a Clybourne Park.” For Theatre Erindale, Clybourne Park marks its second production of...

Darkest Night

Nights are dark, but this podcast will induce true terror. Darkest Night is a horror anthology series from the Paragon Collective Podcast Network that...

Judging a book by its landscape art

In commemoration of UTM’s 50th birthday, along with UTM Library’s 10th anniversary, the library commissioned Guy Laramée to make “Oxford Dictionary”—a book sculpture. Currently,...

Welcome to a festival for flower faces

Last Saturday, the UTM Artistic Resource Team hosted Arts Fest 2018. The annual event provides a platform for all students to showcase their works...

Dropping a mellifluous poetic verse

In conjunction with the Free Times Cafe, this past Tuesday, the Art Bar held its weekly poetry series. This time, the event was hosted...

J.T. brings the Man of the Woods back

In early 2018, Justin Timberlake dropped a trailer that gave us a glimpse of the direction of his new music. If you don’t count...

Brief Encounter (1945)

Brief Encounter (1945), directed by David Lean, gives a glimpse into a short and ill-fated relationship. Set in 1938, Laura Jesson (Celia Johnson) is...
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