Blood will have Blood – Macbeth Review

Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy Macbeth will see a three week run at the Hart House Theatre this month and we sat down for opening night this past Wednesday to witness the murder, betrayal and… Continue reading

A Voice Made of Ink and Rage – A Rum Diary Review

The last scenes of The Rum Diary state that this is just the beginning of the story. The beginning of the story of Hunter S. Thompson, the legendary journalist said to have created… Continue reading

Happy birthday to our CityGirl, Ashley!

The day has come, our very own music loving, Palahnuik reading CityGirl has reached another milestone: The 27 club! Tonight we celebrate with drinks and dancing and drag Ashley out of her comfort… Continue reading

Was he or Not was he, that is the question – Anonymous Review

William Shakespeare. Unless you’ve been living under a rock your entire life, William Shakespeare is a name you’re familiar with. A name you’ve probably studied in depth in high school, a name associated… Continue reading

The Phantom of the Opera – Live at Royal Albert Hall

If you’ve been following us then you’ll already know a few things about us; we love musicals and good ‘ole Rock ‘n’ Roll. So what’s better than Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Rockpera The… Continue reading

Stewed Tofu in Tomato Sauce

I used to look forward to the end of summer simply for the excess of tomatoes we’d have at the house. My mom had the greenest thumb and could make just about anything… Continue reading

TONIGHT! All Female Chef Line-Up at the 16th Annual Eat to the Beat Fundraiser

Sixty of Canada’s top female chefs, each donating their time and talent, will serve up edible treats at the annual culinary fundraiser, Eat to the Beat, Tuesday, October 18, at 7:00pm at Roy… Continue reading

The Thing – A Movie Review

Last night, Veronica had the opportunity to prescreen The Thing, the prequel to John Carpenter’s 1982 The Thing. Not having remembering Carpenter’s version, this prequel was a surprise at some points and a… Continue reading

Wild Flag @ Lee’s Palace – October 11, 2011

If Ashley had been born ten years earlier, she would have reached her prime during what she considers one of the best eras in music – grunge. While the lecture on the influence… Continue reading