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Bewildering beginnings

A successful tour vehicle requires a few essentials: your instruments and your vitamins.Continue...

Angst and ammo

Smaller is sometimes better, according to Jason Lapeyre.Continue...

Southern sisterhood of strength

Don’t be fooled by the petals; underneath the magnolia flower is a heart of strength.Continue...

What We're Listening To

Sometimes it’s not about what you do to make a night special, it’s how you do it. For setting the mood this Valentine’s Day, here are the Journal’s top five picks.Continue...

‘It’s called hardcore for a reason’

After releasing four full lengths and achieving international success, hardcore band Cancer Bats are clearly Dead Set On Living.Continue...

Canadian country crooning

Dean Brody loves his girls — Canadian girls that is.Continue...

Surrealist figures

Art can start a revolution. So can artists.Continue...

Reading about race

On an English class syllabus full of contemporary Canadian authors, only one stood out to me.Continue...

The difficulties with diagnosing

Biblical verses aren’t always at the top of the list for curse words. Yet, it was such oddities that made Blue/Orange make sense.Continue...

Foundations reconstructed

Art for art’s sake is still art, though not the most popular kind.Continue...

Guitars get the girls

During his off time on tour, you’ll find JP Hoe watching Star Trek Generations.Continue...

Sapunov’s first show

Who doesn’t love it when the geek gets the girl?Continue...

Bringing the blues

If Ben Caplan’s tour bus caught fire, he knows exactly what he’d grab first.Continue...

Community listening

Local music couldn’t be closer to your fingertips.Continue...

Bewitching blood

An axe murder will certainly keep you up at night.Continue...

Artists in the artwork

Art galleries house the artwork, not the artists.Continue...

A shocking success

Art shocks — and Deanna Bowen knows it.Continue...

Garnering a global reach

The annual Queer Film and Video Festival has gone global, reaching Turkey in its travels last year.Continue...

Passion before a paycheque

Third time’s the charm with Aidan Knight, it seems.Continue...

A cohesive energy

The dynamic and behaviours change scene-to-scene.

This year’s Vogt B performance brought the same elements as the earlier Vogt A – four mini-plays having little in common besides a stage.Continue...

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