Tallboy Tales are a candid recollection of stories. The kind of stories that become legend, lore, and through the blurry passage of time, manage to morph into myth. Elements hold true, particularly the embarrassing parts. And, so, here is a story about a girl and a Creed concert.
Alex writes about his favourite films of the year, including Drinking Buddies, The Place Beyond the Pines, and Inside Llewyn Davis, and looks at what the year in film says about where modern filmmaking is headed.
Having missed Christmas mass this year, The Wooden Sky in a high ceiling red wood cathedral was going to be the closest thing to a religious experience during the holiday season.
Just in time for the tail end of winter, punk rock cum tattoo’d folk demi-god, Chuck Ragan, is primed to release Til Midnight on March 25. For those that don’t know, Ragan, the Paul Bunion of Hot Water Music, The Revival Tour, and The Camaraderie (who also have a most excellent book of tales from […]
I’m confident that we would all just quit our jobs, flee our apartments and abandon our girlfriends/boyfriends in a second if given the chance to go to outer space and live in the Stanford Torus. Just look at it! It’s beautiful . . . .
Cabaret, currently playing at the Lower Ossington Theatre, is an old, classic Kander and Ebb musical. Cut from the same cloth as their other success Chicago, Cabaret is sexy, dark and haunting, but does the cast and crew at the LOT have what it takes to take such a classic and really make it shine?
I first met Daniel Flynn at Bistro 422, the dankest of bars at College and Bathurst St. Aside from him and his pals wanting to beat me up within a few minutes of our introduction, Dan also made it known that he hated Instagram (I know everything Daniel).
There’s a video floating around on the interwebs of a disgruntled (former) TTC employee who is rather bitter that he isn’t getting the proper retirement send-off that he says he deserves. It’s sad, a little bitter and raises a bunch of questions, but it had me thinking about some of the office parties we’ve thrown […]
Hamilton’s finest punk act have delivered to us one banger of a track, and a video just as balls-to-the-wall with “Knife”.
This has to be one the most fun video parts I’ve ever seen. From Videograss’ The Last Ones, Scott Stevens’ shows that a little creativity can make a modest part just as captivating as a big air, blow-your-mind part. Scott Stevens Full Part from THE LAST ONES from VIDEOGRASS on Vimeo.
Does anyone really know what goes on in Luxembourg? Sure, it may be the least populated country in the European union or that the Findel Airport is it’s secondary airport primarily used for cargo shipping, but what other mysteries lie in this tiny country? Well, nothing actually. For a place that isn’t really on the […]