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The Godfather of Canadian hip hop is back with his first full-length album in over a decade.
Drake, Classified, and Avril Lavigne were among the winners at the 2013 MMVAs.
By the pricking of my thumbs, something metal this way comes.
The Art Gallery of Ontario will be displaying items from David Bowie's personal archives this fall.
For those who like it rough (and loud, and distorted).
Local metal legends Lips Kudlow and Robb Reiner are still at it.
A Toronto band known for "thinking man's heavy rock" releases its third full-length.
Looking for a way to plan your Hot Docs viewing? We're breaking down some of the festival's 11 film programmes for you, one by one.
With his first record on Arts & Crafts, Hayden proves that even sad songs grow up.
A mentally-ill violent offender looks for forgiveness.
With its newest album, Born Ruffians has revolutionized its sound.
Cléo's just-released first issue offers in-depth film criticism from a feminist perspective.
A local indie-pop musician's sophomore album is full of powerful, disco-inflected tracks.
The video for "Brian Wilson Is A.L.I.V.E." takes the award for the very first Prism Prize.
A psychedelic-country act releases its debut album.
Manuscripts, panel paintings, and sculptures from 14th-century Florence offer a rare glimpse of early renaissance art.
Jill Murray was once a Torontoist contributor. Now she's known for her work on Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed III: Liberation.