Comedian Darren Frost remembers a time offended people in the audience simply got up and left.
Strangers in a strange land.
They’ve been rained on. They’ve been hailed on. One year, the power went out. And still, In the Soil perseveres.
Ten years ago, The Rheostatics supposedly played their final show. The emotional send-off at Toronto’s Massey Hall was a fitting end to one of Canada’s most beloved bands.
Some of the best comedy-drama-romance films have been set in newsrooms, including His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks 1940) and The Front Page (Billy Wilder 1974), with meddling editors questioning the ethics and habits of feisty newspaper reporters.
Niagara high school students peer review Saint Paul High School's production of Sister Act.
It's a kind of magic that will bring Stamford Collegiate and Westlane Secondary School together for a Queen musical.
Even as a kid, Jesse McCracken was fascinated with what was past Clifton Hill during his trips to Niagara Falls. How did people live in this tourism town? What lay beyond the museums and waffle cones?
It’s not that guitarist Andy Schichter wishes he was old. He just wishes he could experience the music he loves like his dad did.