Scenes from the red carpet at the annual film festival
Say hello to 2015’s breakthrough artist, Shamir Bailey: A 20-year-old electro-pop artist from Las Vegas who loves country music
The hottest titles in fiction and non-fiction
‘Baltimore’ seemed to herald a new Purple reign of edgy politics AND great hooks. Was it a flash in the pan?
What two Bachelorettes and a few early exits tell us about the future of a venerable reality TV fixture
A spectacular Canadian debut starring non-actors solves the puzzle of what happened to Anglo Canadian movies
A recap of the series finale of Mad Men, and analysis of what to make of that ending, and the show
A summer music festival bubble does exist. And you should stand back: it’s about to burst.
‘Between’ is just the latest example of a growing TV trend: finding a creative way to get rid of the elderly
Adolf Hitler continues to crop up in pop culture and serious history—and it says a lot about how we see evil and the past
Over his career, King won 15 Grammys, and was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Our pop-culture podcast talks to CityNews’ Shauna Hunt, discusses the cancellation of two defining TV shows, and debates the Hamburglar rebrand
David Letterman reflects on retirement after 33 years in late-night TV: It’s time, but he’s torn
In the second half of our Canada-exclusive interview, the creator of Mad Men discusses that D.B. Cooper theory and why the ending doesn’t matter
The Berlin Philharmonic orchestra failed to elect a new chief conductor. What does this mean for the future of old music?