Food of the Week
St. Patrick’s Day is fast approaching, but that doesn’t have to mean dubiously dyed beer.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has finally given his much ballyhooed speech to the U.S. Congress, and the heavens haven’t fallen.
Diplomats could learn a thing or two from Shujaat Khan and Kayhan Kalhor.
What was initially promised as a competitive selection of federal Liberal candidates for nomination isn’t going to happen in Vancouver Kingsway.
American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ben Harper will play a show with the Innocent Criminals at Malkin Bowl on Friday, September 4.
The 50-seat restaurant will offer tapas-size dishes that draw on Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Thai flavours.
In Germany, Kahn refers to his music as “alienation klezmer”, but the term doesn’t translate well.
In some ways, Bruce Greenwood is a typical Canuck.
If the last four years have taught Spoon River leader Tavis Eachan Triance anything, it’s to spice up your surroundings when necessary.
Here’s the conundrum with economy cars: they’re too expensive.
In this roundup, we look at four new games on the market as well as the New Nintendo 3DS XL.
Wine Beer & Spirits
This week we’re going to check in on some of the classics.
As the Chutzpah Festival closes in on its final week, don’t miss one of its wittiest offerings.
Judy’s story, and the sacrifices she’s made to serve her religion, are revealed slowly on the intimate stage.
Seven Tyrants Theatre is set to take on music history’s biggest rivalry.
An Irish play served with beer in a Celtic pub? We’re in!
If ever there was a revelatory performance, this was it—and the revelation that I had at the jam-packed York Theatre is that Tanya Tagaq’s music is deeply, thrillingly normal.
Andrew Pyper had yet to start high school when he read Jaws, Peter Benchley’s iconic 1974 novel, and dreamed of becoming a novelist. That or a member of the NHL.
This might be your last chance to catch London at such an intimate venue; this guy is going to be big.
Think of it as postmodern irony wrestling playfully with urban traditions, on the borderline of European kitsch.
Here’s a true story: one time, we had a Dutch metalhead living in the basement, and his musical diet consisted largely of In Flames, In Flames, and In Flames.
The humble ukulele has come a long way since its development some 130 years ago by Portuguese immigrants to Hawaii.
Although best known as an avant-garde poet, Ginsberg was also a composer, a social and political activist, a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism, a benefactor of friends and colleagues, and a dedicated taker of pictures.
Lachambre, a master of mining sensation in the body, reveals the hallucinatory creation is all about release and freedom.
Rising British keyboard star Benjamin Grosvenor knows how to construct a concert program, deftly mixing Franck, Chopin, and more.