Kathelene Cattell-Daniels

Kathelene Cattell-Daniels
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Hazel McCallion’s musical sendoff

November 30 will mark Hazel McCallion’s last day in office after 36 years of being Mississauga’s esteemed mayor. Watching McCallion mingling and taking selfies...

Theatre Erindale puts on killer production

The Massey Murder, Theatre Erindale’s second show of the season, tells the story of Carrie Davies, a woman who worked for the prestigious Massey...

F*ck the system pub night

I have spent four years at UTM and I have never been to an open mic night at the Blind Duck. To be honest,...

Using the past to write the present

I read Tasneem Jamal’s Where the Air Is Sweet in the span of two days over the summer. In her blog, Jamal describes the...

Alice in… erotic fan-fic

To say that Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie’s Lost Girls is only a sex book is, in my mind at least, to subscribe to...

L-shaped fashion

These days, we strive for or already see accessibility in just about every office building and school. Buildings have ramps and elevator access, and...

Accuracy is key in art

What must it be like to look at a house and say, “I built that”?Listening to artist Diane Daniels’ speech at the show opening,...

Divergent strikes uncomfortably familiar chords

The problem with Divergent is that it’s The Hunger Games all over again, but with less fire. Dystopian fiction is a difficult genre because...

UTM theatre season closes on a high

The Rover has guts. In this latest adaptation by Nancy Copeland and Patrick Young, restoration playwright Aphra Behn tells a story that pretty much...

Form, Colour, Line gets back to the basics

The Art Gallery of Mississauga’s new exhibition, Form, Colour, Line, promotes the work of two emerging artists, Natasha Gouveia and Laura Marotta. The show...

The Tonight Show gets a needed makeover

 To be perfectly honest, I don’t watch a whole lot of TV. Don’t get me wrong; I knew the Tonight Show existed. I’d just...

A theatrical treat for Toronto

London Road is unlike anything I’ve seen before. Writers Alecky Blythe and Adam Cork experiment with a technique called “verbatim theatre”, which means that...
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