From Kendrick Lamar to formerly young Jeezy, more and more big-name rappers are willing to explicitly discuss their faith on the record
The trade of John Scott, all to preserve the ‘sanctity’ of the All-Star Game, shows that the NHL has rules on who is allowed to be a fan
January 18th, 2016 1 comment
Be a Rebel Rebel, with Croslite™ material: Crocs won’t be the last to try to monopolize on mourning
Jonathan Franklin’s ‘438 Days’ chronicles José Salvador Alvarenga’s trials as he drifted on the Pacific Ocean for more than a year
Maclean’s music critics name their favourite albums and pick out some of the best Canadian songs you may not have heard of
Canadians dominated the Billboard charts this year. Here are the artists that locked down pop’s Northern touch
Justin Bieber’s stripped-down show in Toronto was another logical step in his efforts to redeem himself—not that it mattered on this particular night.
The music-streaming market looks like a Game of Thrones map. And Google Play Music has made its play for the crown. Will it work?
Leading privacy-rights lawyer Jameel Jaffer on why Obama is as secretive as Bush on national security, and why privacy issues are hard to sell
Dr. Steven Zeitels explains the rise in vocal surgeries, like the one he performed on Adele, and how they’re helping in the fight against cancer
Adele’s ’25’ is the year’s biggest album. And yet Adele the person still remains a mystery, secondary to her art—a rare feat in 2015
Cristela Alonzo on her cancelled show, the importance of a diverse writers’ room, and the pressures of being the first to do something
Jon Stewart, former Daily Show host, has inked a deal with HBO to make ‘timely short-form digital content’— with one very interesting component
Why ‘discoverability’ matters for your favourite show, and how a trio of just-announced summits from the CRTC and the NFB could help a global issue
November 3rd, 2015 2 comments