It was like it was 1947 and we were watching “Miracle on 34th Street” for the very first time.
Quirky, entertaining, great lighting and sound, makes for a popular yearly tradition.
In a candle-lit research station in an urban forest, we enjoyed Carly Dow’s beautiful songs before roasting marshmallows on a campfire.
This was the show that swept me away and where I finally *got* Dallas Green; I’ve been regularly listening to City and Colour ever since.
Christmas spirit shines brightly, even underneath this blanket of grief.
Countdown continues every week until New Year’s Eve, as favourite shows of 2016 are revealed.
From actors’ enthusiasm, to brilliant satirizing of real life, Geritheatrics delivers great theatre and deep understanding of aging process.
Grand re-opening attracts many to downtown gallery-boutique that shines spotlight on local artists and their work.
Jim Jarmusch documentary “Gimme Danger: The Story of The Stooges” examines the musical exploits of Iggy Pop and his band.
Not the most grandiose or polished Cirque show, but still some amazing routines to take one’s breath away.