Last night’s Grammy awards were just as horrible as you assumed it would be.
In the first five minutes: the reunited Police gave a lacklustre performance; Jaime Foxx’s attempts to warm the crowd with stale racial jokes flopped; the first award went to a duet by Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder. Click. Broadcasting The Princess Bride twice during the lengthy award show was the smartest thing YTV has ever done.
At least 11 students of a Catholic high school in Caledon East have been suspended after posting offensive comments about their principal, Edward McMahon, on a Facebook group titled, “McMahon…Grinch of School Spirit”.
Canadian cinema is doing well at the Berlin Film Festival so far…apparently our movies fit in with all that freaky-deaky German experimental stuff.
Today in LGBTQ: Toronto Police scout on Church street in the name of diversity; York philosophy professor Michael Gilbert shows up to class as his cross-dressing alter-ego; Ontario’s deputy premier and health minister, George Smitherman, is set to wed his partner Christopher Peloso this summer.
Toronto pride! The Blue Jays have unveiled the alternate logo for their 2007 hats, which feature a “T” symbol for “Toronto”. Because Toronto is almost as cool as some sissy bird, but not quite.