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Michael Hollett

NXNE 2017, Port Lands

Samuel Engelking

The two Toronto events are among 45 music festivals worldwide that have committed to reaching 50/50 gender balances over the next four years more

Music

Co-founder, editor and CEO Alice Klein will continue at the helm of our nearly 35-year-old magazine more

News

I’d love to meet the new PM in a legalized pot joint for a celebratory toke six months from now, after he fulfills his many promises more

News

Fear of Harper sends us yet again to vote not for what we are for, but to save us from what we are against more

News

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Michael Hollett

Hosts Torquil Campbell and Dave Bidini impress; Feist, The Sadies, Luke Doucet and more rally Harper's opponents at pre-election show more

Concert reviews

Reducing proud radio broadcasters to “phoning it in” from a tiny studio in Toronto instead of being at Leafs away games just one more way MLSE is destroying the fan base more

Think Free: The NOW Toronto blog

Series backed by Feist, The Sadies, David Usher and more plays into embattled PM Stephen Harper's hands by promoting "anyone but Harper" message more

News

Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Johnny Cash producer's death has largely gone unnoted more

Music

Language around the attack on CBC reporter Megan Batchelor last weekend "only perpetuates male advantage and female oppression" more

News

If you could build your own underground oasis – which police say you can – where would you build it? more

Think Free: The NOW Toronto blog

NOW's editor/publisher picks his favourites from 2014 more

Features

Maybe the conversation that’s grown louder will finally lead to that elusive sea change more

News

Dougie is not even a good fake Man of the People. So let's get Chow and Tory to stop fighting this over-sized Boogie Man. more

News

Let's hope Kathleen Wynne keeps her promises more

News

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Michael Hollett

Suroosh Alvi's succeeded at keeping VICE cool even as the media outfit's become one of the biggest on the planet more

News

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Michael Watier

Ontario votes 2014 more

News

He's crying crocodile tears, but Rob Ford now has the job he was born for: doing nothing more

News

Rob Ford's addicted to being mayor, and now even the major American news networks are taking their hits more

News

Celebrating 32 years of independent publishing more

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