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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Hitman forgoes traditional one-and-done release

Hitman, also referred to as Hitman 2016, is a stealth action game released by IO Interactive earlier this year. It’s the sixth entry in...

2016’s best comedy specials

Let’s be honest, 2016 was anything but funny. The world is a giant mess and it’s not magically going to get better in the...

American Honey is everything but sweet

American Honey, directed by Andrea Arnold, shines like the backlit summer-scape of your mind. Its visceral and concrete insight into the underbelly of the...

Salt and Paper: Blackberry turnovers with an almond glaze

There are a few simple pleasures in life I will never take for granted: rays of morning sunshine, a hot mug of coffee, berry-stained...

Teenage dreams and orphan adventures at Theatre Under the Stars

Hairspray The sixties are brought to life in all their colourful, flamboyant glory in Hairspray. Peppy songs, bouncy dresses, and a feel-good story make this...

Juno award winners Metalwood return after 14 years

Just when we thought they were gone for good, Canada’s premier electric jazz group Metalwood explodes from a gooey, melted mélange of bass-heavy funk,...

The truth about angels

When I saw The Shilohs open for Real Estate this March at the Rickshaw Theatre, frontman Johnny Payne took the stage in boyish highwaters...

St. Lucia wows Venue Nightclub

The dedication that St. Lucia has to their fans is on another level. On Tuesday night the band played Venue Nightclub on Granville St.,...

Kaylee Johnston is tough with a sensitive side

When Kaylee Johnston walked into our interview a few days before her self-titled EP release party at the Biltmore Cabaret, she bypassed the handshake...

Irish Heather Gastropub breaks down stereotypes

Whoever says that the cuisine of Ireland and Britain is boring must have some other deep-seated issues they need to work through. Irish Heather...