While discussing what makes for good talk radio, someone recently told me that it can’t be beige – beige is the death of talk radio. Well, it’s the death of music too.
Question: If X=♥ and You Say Party! We Say Die! are travelling across Europe for 16 weeks and they have a barroom brawl resulting in a nervous breakdown, then how much love is necessary for YSP!WSD! to make an exceptional dance album?
Toronto’s Little Girls may have started as a side project, but with the release of their new album Concepts, the band has taken centre stage. “We’re still good friends, we just won’t be playing shows together for a while,” Josh McIntyre, Little Girls frontman, said of Pirate/Rock, the band from which they spawned.
Icons and urban legends meet in the Graffiti Gallery’s latest group exhibition, Legends, Heroes, Myths and Such. Judging by the mixture of artwork in the exhibition, people’s heroes, myths and legends vary greatly. A unicorn, a sasquatch, a phoenix, martyrs, porn stars and the list goes on and on.
Never mind that some people criticized him for appearing in the 2007 live-action adaptation of Alvin and the Chipmunks, David Cross has had an amazing career so far and will no doubt be remembered as one of the best comics of his generation.
Twenty years after its first production, Prairie Theatre Exchange’s Bordertown Café holds up well enough as a story of role reversals, but the unceasing conflict between characters quickly becomes exasperatingly frustrating.
Kevin McMahon’s Waterlife is a wonderful, if bittersweet, film.
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From Oct. 22 until Nov. 12, we asked Uniter readers to enter our ‘Worst Boss Ever’ story contest. In 300 words or less, entrants recapped the story of the worst person they’ve ever worked for. Here are the winners.
Stop me if you’ve heard this plot before: Joe has a perfect life. He has a car, a house, a wife and a child.
2012, the latest disaster movie from German-born director Roland Emmerich (The Day After Tomorrow, Independence Day) is exactly what you would expect.
Mad Men – the aesthetically-stunning examination of a Madison Avenue ad agency in the early ‘60s – has been credited as the catalyst for a ‘60s pop culture revival.
Blogs are a personalized space in which you can discuss and share your opinions on numerous topics.
Almost three years ago today, Harry Lehotsky, the longtime-activist for the poor and underprivileged of Winnipeg’s West End, passed away from pancreatic cancer.
Nothing makes the justice system look snazzier or brings the legal melodrama like Law and Order. Or remember the quirky – and at times agitating – Ally McBeal, whose lawyers could closing-argument their way out of anything while simultaneously engaging in endless interpersonal quadrangles in the firm’s unisex bathroom?
“I want to be able to understand things,” blinks patient Pinky.
Alex Cuba, equipped with an afro, some mad sideburns and a love for creating music, will be making his way to town this week.
When Maxime Morin put the finishing touches on the follow up to Chill Em All – the highly acclaimed 2004 debut album under his stage moniker DJ Champion – he knew just what to do.
They look like the boys with the bad ‘tudes that skipped class to smoke cigarettes in the parking lot behind school, cruised in nice cars, picked fights and listened to a hell of a lot of rock ‘n’ roll.