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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Modern Love: The Podcast

As I worked long hours at my summer job, I experimented with different storytelling podcasts—and by far the best one I found was The...

Keeping up with Theatre Erindale

The 2017-2018 season at Theatre Erindale is promising—a grand total of seven plays to boast in the upcoming year.Jamie Robinson, one of Theatre Erindale’s...

Happy days at the Isabel Badel Theatre

In celebration of the University of Toronto Mississauga’s 50th Anniversary, the campus’ Department of Language Studies hosted a performance of the play Happy Days,...

Spooktastic screenings for the daring

Halloween’s approaching, and that means one thing: it’s time to binge watch horror movies. While there’s plenty of lists out there for top horror...

A Canadian quilt story

As part of an exhibition exploring Canadian heritage, A Thread and a Story is an exhibition by Museums of Mississauga highlighting Canadian quilts from...

The evolution of slasher

Slasher films were a particularly dominant film genre throughout the 1970s until 1980s. It should be noted that slasher movies are a subset of...

Inked in 7 days

In 2009, American illustrator and cartoonist Jake Parker created Inktober, a daily drawing challenge in the month of October with the intention of improving...

Del Toro’s diablo arrives

The Art Gallery of Ontario’s screening of “The Devil’s Backbone” was important to consider. This is mostly because “The Devil’s Backbone” is directed by...

Charlie Brown versus Thanksgiving Dinner

Charlie Brown doesn’t fail to surprise audiences with his borderline depressive outlook on the holidays once again. It seems that Thanksgiving to Charlie Brown...

Hitting Budapest (NoViolet Bulawayo)

In my class Special Topics in World Literatures, a wide variety of favourite global narratives that have been presented. However, from the discussions over...

The Nursery rattles the Toronto indie scene

The Nursery is making progress in Toronto’s music scene after grabbing two titles, Best Indie Band and Best Music Video, at the Toronto Independent...

Hedwig flies out of cage onto the stage

I like experiencing theatre without knowing the particulars of a production’s plot. So, when the title Hedwig and the Angry Inch arrested my vision,...
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