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    Burning Out His Fuse Up Here Alone

    By // Cinema

    Paramount’s Rocketman is a bold, sentimental, messy, complex, obvious, colourful contradiction. If that sounds to you like a bad movie, you normally wouldn’t be wrong. But this is a movie …

    MyMusic

    Musician Spotlight Series: Catherine Maclellan

    By // Music

    The Musician Spotlight Series shines a light on up-and-coming bands and solo acts creating heartfelt and original work across genres, giving them an opportunity to talk about their music, their …

    MyTheatre

    The Rise and Fall of Dataman

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Award-winning comedian Ian McIntyre blends the relatable and the absurd in his new revue, The Rise and Fall of Dataman, running for two nights at The Bad Dog Theatre. In …

    MyGames

    What do gamers expect from video game studios?

    By // Games

    In many cases, people forget the fact that video games are a business and nothing else for video game developers as well as the gamers themselves. Therefore most simply focus …

    MyTheatre

    LookUp Theatre’s 1855 Toronto Circus Riot

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    If you want drunken debauchery, raucous theatrics, or just a good old street fight, Sterling Road isn’t your first destination. That changed this week as Angela’s Murdoch’s 1855 Toronto Circus Riot …

    MyTheatre

    Eifman Ballet’s Tchaikovsky: PRO et CONTRA

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    Celebrated Russian choreographer Boris Eifman brings to life the story of composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893), and it is a tale of beauty and tragedy. Eifman, inspired by the composer’s …

    MyMusic

    At the Carolina Opry

    By // Music

    Millions of people visit Myrtle Beach every year, and it’s easy to see why. You can spend hour after hour on the beach without tiring of the waves, and there’s …

    MySports

    The Heavyweight Division is Wide Open

    By // Sports

    Saturday night was meant to be the start of Anthony Joshua dominating America. Madison Square Garden was full and the scene was set. However, it was the fairytale ending for …

    MyCinema

    Movies (& TV) to Learn By (& From)

    By // Cinema

    There are some movies that make you think and wonder for a long time, there are some films you can watch only once, and there are some filmed stories which …

    MyTheatre

    The Empathetic Importance of Allowed “Second Act-ing”

    By // Theatre

    One of the most impactful experiences I’ve ever had in a theatre came at, of all things, the recent Broadway run of SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical. I was in New …

    MyMusic

    The TSO plays “Modern Broadway”

    By // Music

    When conductor Steven Reineke led the Toronto Symphony Orchestra through the Phantom of the Opera overture to kick off Monday night’s performance of “Modern Broadway”- the first of four performances …

    MyTheatre

    Bad Dog’s COMBUSTION, 2019

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    The Bad Dog Theatre Company performed their annual comedy festival, COMBUSTIONfestival, from May 27-June 1, to great success and lots of laughs. The festival is a “week-long comedy party” that …

    MyTV

    Hannah’s Bachelor Scale

    By // TV

    I Love Hannah Brown. I’m into this Bachelorette season like I haven’t been into this branch of the franchise in quite some time. I know they don’t necessarily cast with …

    MyTheatre

    RISER, 2019: Guilty by Association’s 1991

    By // Theatre (Toronto)

    After having some time to digest 1991, I don’t think it would be right to say I enjoyed it. Instead, I will say I was affected by it, moved by …