Archive for 'Will Sloan'
The Norm-mania that swept Toronto in 2015 is dead, and whatever remains is the lingering vanity of a man too proud to admit when he’s finished.
Here's some free advice for resolving TIFF's ongoing identity crisis.
“India is known for its culture, and over here we do the same thing. No other cinema does that. People have to come here to watch those movies. And it’s like a community."
It's the ethical question of our age: Is it ok to shit on Kevin O'Leary's face?
It's hard to imagine, but 2017 could be even better than 2016.
The definitive list of the people and things that captivated us in 2016.
An interview with model Paul Mason, the most stylish Kris Kringle around.
Am I doing this right? How relaxed is relaxed enough?
Toronto's youngest councillor is noticeably different compared to his uncles.
Before Rob Ford, the Sun columnist known as the Scrawler developed his brand by writing about a young Billy Ray Cyrus.
Maybe this time it's closed for good? We remember the weird rite of passage that was Cineforum.
And his show, You Gotta Eat Here, showcases the best in city eating.
Exploring nerd culture at one of the city's nerdiest events.
The most in-depth look at Frank D'Angelo's cinematic oeuvre to date.
If chip crumbs on your chest while you watch the Oscars on your couch isn't fancy enough, then these events could do the trick.
A tribute, or perhaps a requiem, to the Mirvish Village institution.
From PJ Phil's initial hostility towards Snit to launching the Backstreet Boys in Canada, we provide an oral history of 1990s YTV.
This weekend, Raffi comes to town supporting a new album and longstanding principles.