This lesson in what makes The Beatles’ White Album great helps inform a critical look at The Life of Pablo, the most recent outing by Kanye West. The two albums are not unfamiliar. Think about their contentious releases, their vexing run times. Think about the music itself. We see history repeat itself, an artist’s reality affecting the product they create.
Deadpool first appeared in 1991 for Marvel Comics. Now with the release and success of his new movie, comic book films suddenly find themselves thrust back into the 90s for inspiration — for better or worse.
It may surprise you to learn the City of Toronto actually employs an intricate, multi-stage development review process for new building applications. This is your municipal government in action.
By: John Gaudes Even in the near-freezing climate of early November, Iceland is a stunning country to visit. Mountain faces with falling water, deep fjords, spitting geysers, and cap glaciers […]
By: Jordan Ferguson This weekend the eyes of the wrestling world turned to Brooklyn, where the WWE put on SummerSlam, an event that’s ballooned over the years into a three-day […]
By: John Gaudes Eaux Claires is a new festival. In its promotion, we were told it’d be a different kind of music festival. Not put together by a promoter, but […]
By: Jordan Ferguson Friends, let me tell you something about your boy you might or might not know: I am what could be generously described as, “husky,” and probably more […]
By: Chris Dagonas It all started on a cold night in Collingwood, December 30th, 2008. That was the first time I ever saw Shadrach Kabango, also known as the hip-hop […]
By: Dan Grant In honour of St Patrick’s Day, I’ve decided to create a tribute to one of my favourite things about my ancestral homeland – silly sounding names. Irish […]
By: Saman Jafarian It’s April 9, 2014, and I’m at Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Hall for a Hold Steady show—the second I’ve attended this year, and the twelfth in total. On […]