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Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment
By Megan Rach Torontonians have the chance to tell their friends they “knew that band” before they got big. Bandcamp, Theatre Passe Muraille‘s newest addition to their program, kicks off on October 25, bringing new up-and-coming musicians of any genre to the stage the last Friday of every month until May 30th (excluding December).
Toronto artist Allyson Mitchell has masterminded a new attraction this Halloween – a lesbian feminist haunted house. Killjoy’s Castle, in a back alley just off the busy intersection at Lansdowne and College, is an installation and performance artwork rooted in queer and feminist theory. Many of the performers and contributors are academics – a debriefing
Indie week celebrates it’s 10th anniversary of hosting and showcasing up and coming artists and bands from the GTA and around the globe. The four-day festival kicked off Wednesday and hits its final notes Sunday night. Artists are performing in and around the downtown core of Toronto and will gracing the stages of venues like
By Megan Rach The Humber Literary Review is a new publication created by Humber’s own English department. It is a collaborative effort between writers, critics and academics. Featuring submissions in categories such as poetry, fiction, and reviews, the publication is open to everyone from seasoned writers to students. Dana Hansen, English Department coordinator and reviews