The Betrayal: The 1919 World Series and the Birth of Modern Baseball
Book review: The Comedians, by Kliph Nesteroff
Can ‘School of Rock’ reverse two decades of flops for the man who used to rule musical theatre?
Tippling on television is on the rise, as a plot point and character-development tool
October 26th, 2015 1 comment
Thank goodness for Section 331—it helped make our election of actual interest to Americans, and everyone knows Canadians like that
October 19th, 2015 4 comments
We’ve hit ‘peak TV,’ with 400 scripted shows on the air. Everyone ready for the bubble to burst?
Last night’s winners, losers and what the Emmys tell us about the psychology of television right now
Outrage finally descends on Gilbert and Sullivan’s popular Orientalist operetta.
His hair’s short, his manner tougher. The youth candidate has recast himself as an old-fashioned pol—with some unexpected results
September 18th, 2015 6 comments
Another movie about the blacklist dares to tell us that people shouldn’t be persecuted—as long as they are talented and don’t think anything that makes us uncomfortable
The late-night innovator steps into the most innovation-resistant format in TV. Jaime Weinman on Stephen Colbert’s first Late Show
- Sophie Grégoire-What? It may be 2015, but not for political wives
- Man set to recant oath to the Queen right after citizenship ceremony
- Princess Charlotte at six months
- Where’s Prince George? How the future king has been invisible
- My secret life attending two universities at the same time
- Maclean’s 2015 Newsmaker of the Year: Justin Trudeau
- Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau’s shrewd style
- Have a romp through Princess Charlotte’s London
- UN climate summit: Legally bound but not ‘legally binding’
- In Lebanon, a refugee waystation, Syria’s crisis becomes real