A stubborn, hard worker, he excelled at sports. Even with arthritis and bad knees, he refused to ease up.
Jaime Weinman and Adrian Lee talk about the tyranny of the author and the nature of intent in TV
The moments, misspeaks and make-outs that everyone’s talking about from TV’s big night
The Emmys are on Monday. See how your picks align with our critics’.
Also: Cooler heads in Ferguson, Karen Stintz’s next gig, and a reality show contestant sues the show for being too real
Carl Walters, who has been studying B.C. salmon for 40 years, finds new reason to worry about the Mount Polley leak’s effect on salmon run
August 22nd, 2014 4 comments
It would be easy for Toronto’s inferiority-complex machine to hum to life after the MLSE president’s exit—but let’s just relish his successes
Facebook’s ‘satire tag’ is just the latest, saddest defanging of the comedic form, lowering the bar for all
August 19th, 2014 3 comments
It’s become a mantra in stand-up comedy: a great laugh comes out of making lightness out of darkness. But where does that stereotype come from?
The better solution to the dam breach may actually be doing less, not more, with the mine tailings
August 13th, 2014 2 comments
A sober second thought on the ‘eco-babble’ about the mine-waste leak at Mount Polley, B.C. affecting what may be a record-breaking salmon run
August 7th, 2014 5 comments
A Q&A with L.C. Cooke, Sam’s younger brother whose 1964 debut was finally released last week