Since the advent of peer-to-peer sharing, what we used to qualify as consumer goods are now free, and the status quo of paying-for-things is slowly disappearing. Everything entertaining is free: free music, free games and free videos of cats falling asleep. I never considered what free entertainment meant to me until my favourite podcast came
The best way Hamilton-based indie singer/songwriter Chris Adeney can capture the strange stories of his tours as Wax Mannequin may be through sleep deprivation.
The Chauvet cave in France, discovered in 1994, features the world's earliest known artwork in the form of cave paintings as old as 30,000 years. The paintings are so precious that the French government allows only a small team of scientists access to them. Fortunately for us, Werner Herzog was granted access to the cave.
Local hip-hop producer Factor recently reunited with Oakland, Calif. emcee Kirby Dominant ”” together, Factor and Dominant are known as Paranoid Castle ”” and on Aug. 30 they released their latest album, Champagne Nightmares! Brilliant in every possible way, this new album is packed with enough potential to emerge as a classic album of
When you show up for the Toronto International Film Festival, you have to get used to the overwhelming atmosphere of it all. This year, I was lucky enough to attend the the festival. Now more than ever, the city of Toronto has come alive. Read on for my review of the most interesting films from
As a lover of Lovecraftian creatures and horrific nightmares from Stephen King's imagination, I hold a special place in my heart for an ongoing YouTube series, Marble Hornets. The show is an independent horror series featuring unknown yet horrifying creatures, masked men and a terrifying atmosphere so thick that it's rock solid.
When I heard Jerry Seinfeld was bringing his comedy tour to Regina, I gleefully pounced on the opportunity to see him. I am more than a fan. I am a worshipper, a devout believer in the magical powers of someone who was so creatively charmed to create the best sitcom of all time.
In Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest director Michael Rapaport documents the travails of the group, interviewing group members Q-Tip, Phife Dawg, DJ Ali Shaheed Muhammad and occasional member Jarobi White to tell their tale.
Four years ago it was just two guys with an idea and a passion for music. Today Vive has influenced dozens of local bands and changed Saskatoon's music scene. And while they're closing the doors on Jale for now, there are bigger and better things to come down the road.
Game development has exploded in Canada. Naturally, as a gamer and a Canadian I was interested in exploring exactly why this phenomenon was occurring.