Are teens overreacting to the departure of Zayn Malik from One Direction? Yes. Welcome to teens.
Torontonians who are unconcerned about the impact of the Pan Am Games may not know one surprising fact about the competition
March 24th, 2015 1 comment
On this week’s episode of our pop-culture podcast, the panel discusses surprise album releases and the uselessness of boycotts
Despite a number of opportunities, the 2015 Junos unsurprisingly stuck to the script, eschewing Canadian music’s essential oddness
March 15th, 2015 1 comment
The Junos’ Breakthrough Artist of the Year discusses her prize, her platform, and why she owes her career to the LGBT community
Our pop-culture podcast on the good and bad of the new Tina Fey show, what the CRTC’s announcement means for Canadian TV, and Sam Simon’s legacy
March 13th, 2015 1 comment
Newsmaker, March 11: The award-winning rapper is a great choice to host the marquee culture show. Will a great idea in theory work in execution?
A shot list of the Heritage Minutes used in the clip, which splices past Heritage Minutes and sets it to the beat of Drake’s Started From the Bottom
The folks who brought us Canada’s beloved Heritage Minutes remixed them into a Drake song. Nothing was the same.
Social-media network changes status update to in the wake of a petition that racked up more than 16,000 signatures
Music in Canada—our disparate, wide land mass—can be defined by its innovative oddness. So why don’t the Juno Awards reflect that?
The man who dug the notorious Toronto tunnel tells the Toronto Sun why he did it
March 5th, 2015 2 comments
The lessons learned from Anthony Adragna’s defamatory tweet
The Internet gets its grimy hands on a spectacular photo of a weasel trying to assault a European green woodpecker