Review

One Roadtrip, One Canada 150

On Canada Day weekend, The Screening Room and the Agnes Etherington Centre coordinated to present a historical road trip across Canada, featuring short films from underappreciated national treasure The National Film Board and an exhibit of landscape paintings by artist Alan C. Collier.Continue...

Small Batch, big flavour

On the outside, Small Batch seems like nothing more than a small storefront with a bright turquoise awning, squeezed between a nail salon and a clothing store.Continue...

Coffee in the Northside

High ceilings, lush plants and espresso with a kick — the new Melbourne-inspired café on Princess St. is a breath of fresh, caffeinated air.Continue...

A walk through The Forest of Deen

Liam Dowling’s debut novel, The Forest of Deen, is a compelling first effort that attempts to tackle large social issues, but ultimately fails to grasp the complexities behind these concepts.Continue...

Queer film fest leaves our reviewers 'reeling'

“It’s time to get OUT!” screams the Reelout Queer Film Festival.Continue...

Review: Santa Clarita Diet excels at double negatives

Santa Clarita Diet is "not-not" a lot of things.Continue...

Getting my nuts cracked

I have to be honest — I’m no ballet expert. Before I walked into The National Ballet in Toronto, I had to ask my girlfriend, “Are there words in The Nutcracker?”Continue...

A thought-provoking bookshelf

We all know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but can you judge its author?Continue...

Life’s short, talk fast: A review of Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival

Warning: This article contains spoilers.Continue...

Off the walls, Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects

Immediately struck by the otherworldly feel of the minimalist design and blood red pattern painted on the walls, Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects had me questioning whether I had stepped back in time.Continue...

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