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14 June 2018

ATX, Season 7: The Big Take

By // TV

Last week, my hometown was proud to host a four-day festival for all things television, and yours truly got an up-close look at how the sausage, or rather, the shows, …

14 June 2018

ATX, Season 7

By // TV

June 7-10, members of our MyTV staff braved the heat and the crowds and the too-much-brisket tummyaches in order to take part in the seventh annual Austin Television Festival (brisket …

14 June 2018

String of Pearls

By // Theatre (Toronto)

String of Pearls, brought to you by Labour of Love, chronicles the life line of a pearl necklace and it’s connection to the women who wear it. It’s a story …

09 June 2018

Fraver by Design: Theatre History by the Book

By // Books

I think most coffee table books are a little stupid, seemingly designed just to occupy uncomfortable company while you’re off, I don’t know, platting the hors d’oeuvres? They clutter up …

08 June 2018

DVD Update: Spring, 2018

By // Cinema

It’s time, once again, for the On DVD series featuring new releases from Paramount and Sony Home Entertainment.  Annihilation Go get this Blu-ray + DVD + Digital set right now. You ought to …

08 June 2018

Musician Spotlight Series: Operus

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 …

08 June 2018

Sancho: An Act of Remembrance at Wilton’s Music Hall

By // Theatre (London)

The story of Charles Ignatius Sancho is astonishing…

07 June 2018

An Evening of Combustion

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Bad Dog Theatre Company’s annual Combustion Festival runs through June 9th at their theatre on Bloor St. West. It’s a week of performances, workshops, drop-in classes and general partying that …

06 June 2018

Musician Spotlight Series: James King & The Midnight Hours

By // Music

The Musician Spotlight Series shines a light on up-and-coming musicians creating heartfelt and original work across genres…

05 June 2018

Parks & Rec Diary, S3: Fear of Being Ben Wyatt

By // TV

I’m beginning to wonder if there’s something otherworldly about this Parks and Rec. With each new season I watch, the cast seems to get stronger, the writing seems to get …

05 June 2018

Music Music Life Death Music: An Absurdical

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Canadian musical theatre is on the rise. I hate to give all the credit to Come From Away but, with the success of Come From Away, all of a sudden …

05 June 2018

Royal Drama: The Diana Tapes

By // Theatre (New York)

Attention on the British royals escalated to mania for the second time this year when, following the birth of the third royal baby, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the …

03 June 2018

Parks & Rec Diary, S2: Strong Feelings for Everyone

By // TV

Let’s start with the big stuff – season two of Parks and Rec is ridiculously large. 24 episodes make up this season. More than a few of the best episodes …

03 June 2018

Two Arguments About The Goldfinch

By // Books

Since Donna Tartt’s debut, in which she was introduced to the world in an 8-page interview in Vanity Fair, she has amassed a cult of devotees. I am such a …

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