Friday 25th July 2014,
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A Most Wanted Man – Movie Review

A Most Wanted Man – Movie Review

A Most Wanted Man – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) In the world of espionage thrillers, John le Carre adaptations occupy a different space from the James Bonds and the Jason Bournes of the film world. They tend to be [...]

July 25, 2014 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Lucy – Movie Review

Lucy – Movie Review

Lucy – Movie Review Rating: C (Average) Even in science-fiction, there needs to be an internal logic that makes sense within the world’s universe. The way elements are established in the X-Men films, for example, it becomes easy to buy [...]

July 25, 2014 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
RADIO REYKJAVIK: KITCH ME WHEN I’M GONE!

RADIO REYKJAVIK: KITCH ME WHEN I’M GONE!

  Yes, Scenesters. As of this Friday your intrepid comedy editor Dean Young (aka ME) will be trekking across the fjords, fields and lava flows of Iceland. The Elf Kingdom!  This weekend smells like chaos as I wrap up what [...]

July 23, 2014 Toronto Comedy
(Sponsored Video) Bavaria REDesigns 8.6 with new video

(Sponsored Video) Bavaria REDesigns 8.6 with new video

(Sponsored Video) – RED is not dead – street artist Jeaze Oner takes it to the next level Bavaria 8.6 Red is the redesigned cousin of the 8.6 Bavaria Original.    French street artist Jeaze Oner and DJ Rolex teamed up [...]

July 21, 2014 Uncategorized
Ottawa Bluesfest Day Nine – Childish Gambino

Ottawa Bluesfest Day Nine – Childish Gambino

Ottawa Bluesfest Day Nine – Childish Gambino Written by Shauna Vert Who: Childish Gambino From: Georgia, USA Where: Claridge Stage, RBC Ottawa Bluesfest, Ottawa When:  Day Nine, July 12th 2014 Total Score: 9/10 When Childish Gambino first flew into the rap scene in [...]

July 19, 2014 Festivals, Hip Hop, Live Music Reviews, ON Festivals, Ottawa, Ottawa live music reviews
PAT MACDONALD’S SUPERSTARS OF SUMMER

PAT MACDONALD’S SUPERSTARS OF SUMMER

Summer is finishing faster than Tom Sizemore in a swimming pool filled with hookers. Don’t even try to f*ck with my analogies, Scenesters. I’m a peot. Er, poet. Our old friend Patty Cigs (aka PAT MACDONALD) is back with another [...]

July 18, 2014 Toronto Comedy
Snowpiercer – Movie Review

Snowpiercer – Movie Review

Snowpiercer – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) A lot of post-apocalyptic films hinge on the idea of society crumbling into dystopian decay that almost seem like we’ve gone forward in technology, but backwards in civility. Few probably have as crazy [...]

July 18, 2014 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Planes: Fire & Rescue – Movie Review

Planes: Fire & Rescue – Movie Review

Planes: Fire & Rescue – Movie Review Rating: B- (Okay) It is fairly obvious that the Planes series exists to add onto the billion dollars worth of merchandise revenue generated from the Cars franchise. Handled by Disney’s direct-to-video unit, Planes [...]

July 18, 2014 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
American Eric Halifax July17th 2014

American Eric Halifax July17th 2014

Who: American Eric When: Thursday, July 17th @10pm Where: Michael’s Bar & Grill, 6100 Young Street Tickets: $5 Halifax indie rockers American Eric pump the tunes tonight at Michael’s. Clean and energetic rock is the name of the game for [...]

July 17, 2014 Halifax, Halifax bands, Halifax pick of the week 1
Lich King Toronto, July 20th, 2014

Lich King Toronto, July 20th, 2014

Who: Lich King When: Sunday, July 20th, 2014 Where: Bovine Sex Club Price: FREE Event Details: Click Here Lich King return to Toronto to remind everyone of the power of thrash. And this time it’s gonna be free! So fill your bellies with beer to [...]

July 17, 2014 Metal, Toronto pick of the week 1
Wish I Was Here – Movie Review

Wish I Was Here – Movie Review

Wish I Was Here – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) When an actor directs, writes and plays the leading role in a movie, there’s the possibility it could turn into a vanity project to stroke their own ego. With its [...]

July 16, 2014 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
FERNS & MAILLOUX FLEE THE COLONIES

FERNS & MAILLOUX FLEE THE COLONIES

Katharine Ferns and Rob Mailloux are leaving the Americas. They’re sailing back to the old world, free from the Virginia tobacco fields, and the lethal hum of the tomahawk flying at wind speeds with expert precision. No more shall they [...]

July 16, 2014 Toronto Comedy
Vancouver Island Music Festival 2014 a success

Vancouver Island Music Festival 2014 a success

Vancouver Island Music Festival 2014 a success What: Vancouver Island Music Festival Where: Courtenay, B.C. When: July 11-13, 2014 Who: Various Performing under a brilliant supermoon, Saturday night headliner Bonnie Raitt praised MusicFest 2014 for its creative lineup. Sounding utterly [...]

July 15, 2014 Live Music Reviews, Vancouver Festivals, Vancouver Live Music Reviews
Polaris Music Prize short list announced

Polaris Music Prize short list announced

Polaris Music Prize short list announced Starting in 2006, the Polaris Music Prize, is a $30,000 cash prize that is awarded to one Canadian album each year.    The organization is not for profit and the list of nominees is decided [...]

July 15, 2014 Top News
Ottawa Invasion @ KITCH

Ottawa Invasion @ KITCH

  Mmmm…. Just look at those pouty wet lips. Those fat, juicy lips just begging to SUCK the conversation right out of the room. SUCK that room dry, and then SUCK the air right out of the whole room. Mmmm [...]

July 14, 2014 Toronto Comedy
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