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This past weekend Jeff Burrows, best known as the drummer for Canadian rock bands The Tea Party and Crash Karma, banged the skins for a lot of other acts — 36, in fact, for more than 24 hours...
The streets of Toronto are going to experience a lot more brain power starting June 3 for a very good reason. The Brain Project, a massive coordinated art initiative, will unveil 100 specially...
When Juno Award-winning Nova Scotian rapper Classified went to release his latest single "Work Away" at the start of May, it was meant to be a tribute to all the friends and family he knew...
Whether you believe in mediums or not, if you’ve had anyone close to you die, most people desperately look for a sign that they are still near. One-time skeptics suddenly notice strange things...
Not many bands can say they've potentially saved lives by simply showing up to play their concerts, but The Doobie Brothers can. When the classic rock band behind such hits as "China...
Of the hundreds of films screening at this year’s Hot Docs documentary film festival – happening in Toronto April 28 to May 8 – few will be as emotionally charged or potentially...
Get off their cell phones. That is the biggest obstacle believes former NBA player Bruce Bowen between kids and a healthy lifestyle. When Bowen came to Toronto recently as part of the NBA All-Star...
Born with retinitis pigmentosa, a condition that causes deteriorating eyesight through childhood and adolescence, Shaun Marsolais has had less than two percent vision since she was 18 years old. It...
There's far more to beloved children's entertainer Fred Penner than just songs about sandwiches, cats who like to come back and signature entrances on stages through hollow logs. Penner, a...
Alex Pangman, whose latest album, New, is nominated for vocal jazz album of the year at the upcoming Juno Awards, has much to be thankful for, whether she wins on April 3 in Calgary or not. The...

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