Written by Cindy Voitus & Laís Fratta June 21st is officially known as the World Music Day in Paris, originally called Fête de la Musique. To celebrate the day of the [read on]
Three very funny shows to catch at the Fringe.
Celebrate art in all its forms with the annual Art Matters festival.
Chris Fleming talks about getting started in video work on youtube, as well as one of his greatest hits.
Check out the album of this dreamy, alt-rock band.
Reviews of Whip, 0 Days without Crying, tldr;smh, A Change in the Weather
Montreal’s literary event of the spring takes over Hotel 10 and brings in authors from around the world as well as locals to celebrate.
A perfect way to pass cold winter days with some hot culture.
Interview with podcast host Kevin Allison about the most gusty show you can download.
Julie Santini reports back from the Toronto Fringe.
Bushel and Peck, Thunderfoot, Captain Aurora, Falling Awake, and Jem Roll’s Get Lost reviewed.
Two new show reviews — one a murder mystery, the other an exploration of trauma through art.
Interview with Jessica Rae about her dance career that starts with competitive dance and transforms into something else entirely.
Nisha Coleman’s new book follows her first year and a half as a busker on the streets of Paris, from her precarious arrival in the city to her thriving life.
Métis elder Ron Evans doesn’t tell stories in a conventional sense.
New show contrasting two people’s experiences with drugs swaps stories, but not needles.
Now hear this! The best storytellers from Canada and Quebec are coming to town to pour honeyed nectar into your imagination.
Festivals and events to put on your calendar for the month of October in 2015.
The last week to be a part of Native Immigrant’s Teiotiohkwenhahton: Beadwork, Visions of Peace project.
Angela explains why you must see It’s Rabbit Night, The Orchid and the Crow, and Bunheads.