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Monday, February 20, 2017

Toronto’s tortured artist

 
If you listened hard enough, you could almost hear the prose of Gwendolyn MacEwen ringing between the brick houses on the streets of Toronto.Theatre...

Life & Times of Michael K (J.M. Coatzee)

 
Probably the most interesting aspect of J.M. Coetzee’s Life & Times of Michael K is the incredibly-rich inner life of the novel’s protagonist, Michael...

Same Archie, new generation

 
Based on the Archie Comics, The CW’s Riverdale released its first episode on Netflix on January 26. The story follows the same Archie Andrews...

Reclaiming the Aboriginal voice

 
Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience is Kent Monkman’s first solo exhibition held in the University of Toronto’s Art Museum at Hart House....

Stuff You Missed in History Class

 
Stuff You Missed in History Class is produced by HowStuffWorks, and aims to share peculiar and overlooked topics in history. In its nearly 10-year...

Honourable treatment for refugees

 
When we enter university, we share the stress of homework, time management, and tuition fees. But what if the chance to go to university...

VCDS navigates grief and the afterlife

 
Afterlife: A Ghost Story is a tale of irreconcilable grief. The Victoria College Drama Society performed their adaptation of Steve Yockey’s 2013 novel last...

Canadian writers share inspiration

 
“What is the role of the writer today?”This is the question an audience member posed to Karen Solie and Esi Edugyan last Thursday evening...

Basinski vs. Bonobo

 
Two tracks, about 40 minutes. That’s all it takes for avant-garde composer William Basinski to properly eulogize David Bowie in his recently released album,...

Mrs. Dalloway (Virginia Woolf)

 
Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway depicts a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway, an affluent housewife, as she plans to host a party that...

The Seven Year Itch (1955)

 
If you’re a fan of Marilyn Monroe, you’ve probably already seen The Seven Year Itch. If not, this film is a must-see, owing to...

Transforming movement into art

 
What do flagged pages in books, infrared eye-tracking, and hand gestures all have in common? Artist Julien Prévieux’s exhibition at Blackwood Gallery, The Elements...
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