Michelle da Silva

The May 3 discussion features Mykki Blanco, Cindy Li and DJ Bambii and will be hosted by NOW's Michelle da Silva more


Toronto electronic music producer Cameron Findlay, better known as Kontravoid, follows his 2012 self-titled debut with Undone, a five-song EP with an ominous, all-encompassing dark take on house and tecnno. more

Album reviews

Club Fitness, Gin Ebony and Efemmera headline the new electronic music series Never Later at the Burdock in Toronto. The series will prioritize women and non-binary artists, fighting through red tape to prioritize safe and diverse nightlife. more


People are urging Yuk Yuk's Toronto to cancel a comedy show called White Guys Matter hosted by Aaron Berg that promises only white male comedians and jokes about race, religion and sexism more

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Dahlia Katz

Julie Tamiko Manning and Adrienne Wong's play about hybrid identities will appeal to a wide audience, no matter your heritage more



Samuel Engelking

The rise of Jordan Peterson, men's right activists and toxic masculinity has made the need to examine what it means to be a man all the more urgent. Canadian authors, activists and artists are finally taking a critical look at redefining masculinity. more


New documentary Catwalk: Tales From The Cat Show Circuit follows a season in the competitive world of Canadian cat shows more


Check out our roundup of new Toronto tunes, also featuring Clairmont The Second, Block Univers, NAV and more more

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Nic Pouliot

Nearly a dozen shows have been relocated from the College Street music venue after one of the club's owners was arrested in February more


Listen to International Women's Day anthems, throwback posse cuts, eerie electronic productions and spiky post-punk all in this week's new music roundup more

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Samuel Engelking

Smash the patriarchy with beer, music and feminism more


It was “bring your own conical straw hat” at #LovesUsNot’s Stir Fry night more



Samuel Engelking

Thousands gathered downtown on March 3 for Toronto’s 40th annual International Women’s Day march more

, News


Richard Forward

Where will you be when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mess up again? more

Interviews & Features

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Paolo Pasqualini

A roundup of brand new Toronto music, also including For Esmé, Phèdre, Ex-Terrestrial, anders and more more

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Toronto’s queer community is rallying around the Dundas West shop after its door was smashed last night more



Vivek Shraya

Roses are red, violets are blue, this Valentine’s Day let’s celebrate you more


The collection of 31 songs by 100% Silk artists pays tribute to 36 people who died in a warehouse fire while aiming to preserve DIY spaces and make them safer more

Album reviews

Thousands of Canadians are rejecting the idea that you can love only one person at a time. We spoke to Toronto author Jenny Yuen on why polyamory works for her more

Love and Sex

Joel Smye

Sasha Niveole

As the Bathurst club turns four, Smye takes stock of gender parity behind the decks, competition from DIY parties and vanishing music venues more


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Samuel Engelking

The collective of local DJs and promoters thinks the city can be the next Berlin more