Alex compares Captain America: The Winter Soldier to Noah, the reception of each, and uses this all as an excuse to also talk about How I Met Your Mother and World Wrestling Entertainment.
Now that we’ve survived winter, it’s time to finally exit Netflix, sun up those milky thighs and try to salvage your doughy body for 3 months of beach time. Here at Songs and Cigarettes, we spend the majority of the summer on our bikes because not only do we get to avoid breathing in the […]
Spur festival returns to Toronto for it’s second year to inspire and educate us over four days of readings, panel discussions, speakers and performances. With guests that vary from urban development leaders to war zone photojournalists, Spur wants to motivate its audience on the issues that affect us. Put in their own words, “Spur is […]
This is the same band, right?
I may be late to the party, but I’m drinkin’ Timber Timbre’s Kool-Aid.
West-coast hardcore favorites, White Lung, return fresh off a brand new signing and forthcoming 7″ release with Domino Records. The video – and title track off the new release – features White Lung’s most excellent live show antics, particularly that of frontwoman and member of Vice’s editorial team, Mish Way. Keep an eye for Drown […]
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 […]