Spotlights

Buckcherry’s forthcoming album, Confessions (out Feb. 19), is largely based on the seven deadly sins — greed, gluttony, wrath, you know ‘em — but frontman Josh Todd...
Anyone looking for a powerful example of something really good coming out of something really bad need look no further than Winnipeg-based multidisciplinary artist Ingrid D. Johnson. Through music...
If she’d known how tough running a restaurant was, Judy Servay never would have launched one, especially a not-for-profit designed to serve the community with every plate of food. But as the...
The awesome power of the Movember moustache resides not only in the awareness it raises for men’s health, but it’s also the only time that men can get away with unruly facial hair and not...
Vocal quartet the Tenors (a.k.a. the Canadian Tenors) have performed marquee gigs across the globe, from the 2010 Vancouver Olympics to Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee at Windsor Castle, but...
Canadian pop singer My Name Is Kay, who has collaborated with Tiesto, Diplo, Far East Movement and Cobra Starship, and released her own self-titled EP that earned notice, had her eyes opened recently...
“This is not real leather,” Wanting Qu tells Samaritanmag of the black jacket she has on. While not a vegetarian, she says, “I don’t want to be associated with furs and...
Most people think of home when they think of appliances. So it made perfect sense when Electrolux Canada, maker of fridges, stoves, dishwashers and other shiny utilitarian things, recently announced...
In song lyrics and artworks and everyday goals, there’s a single expression — distinctly paradoxical — that’s at the heart of what drives most toward their ambitions: we...
Punk singer and MuchMusic host Damian Abraham wasn’t fully up on the statistics regarding missing or murdered Aboriginal women in Canada when his hardcore band Fucked Up won the 2009 Polaris...

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