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  • detroit

    Spirit Guides: The Re-Awakening Of Detroit

    Words: Andrew Dubinsky Photos: Tara Noelle, Tyler Rumi, Andrew Dubinsky Until recently, I have seen Detroit as no-go territory, a dead zone, a scary place. These views were fostered through the spectrum of sensationalized media,

  • ESA

    ESA Art Talks 2: The Gang Goes To College

    Words: Hannah Warry-Smith Artwork*: ESA Students (see below) On December 16th, 2013, Visual Arts students and graduates from the Etobicoke School of the Arts took to the stage, to speak to a large audience about the

  • The-julie-ruin

    The Julie Ruin @ Mod Club: Return Of The Queen of The Neighbourhood

    Words: Zach Gayne Photos: Steve Stransman Many moons and bands ago, Kathleen Hanna was the most badass girl on the block. Her head-on look at gender inequalities made Bikini Kill the premiere punk band of

  • Krafwerk

    The (Original) Robots Ride Again: Kraftwerk In Montreal

    Words: Max Libman Photos*: see below   Musical acts that are “ahead of their time” rarely get to see that time come to pass. Ian Curtis didn’t stick around long enough to see everybody from The

  • dumdum

    Dum Dum Girls @ Lee’s Palace: Not Coming Down Anytime Soon

    Words: Zach Gayne Photos: Andrew Dubinsky Four years ago, the world was introduced to Dum Dum Girls via their debut studio record I Will Be. The band’s garage-girl authenticity, (complete with leather costumes evoking Josie and

  • The-lizards

    A Night In The Land Of Lizards

    Words: Dan Warry-Smith Photos: Andrew Dubinsky   Remember that time we went to Lee’s Palace, and everyone we had ever met was there? With the soothing sounds of “Vermont’s Phinest” emanating from a much more

The-julie-ruin
Posted On April 4, 2014 | No Comments

Words: Zach Gayne Photos: Steve Stransman Many moons and bands ago, Kathleen Hanna was the most badass girl on the block. Her head-on look at gender inequalities made Bikini Kill the premiere punk band of [...]

detroit
Posted On April 11, 2014 | No Comments

Words: Andrew Dubinsky Photos: Tara Noelle, Tyler Rumi, Andrew Dubinsky Until recently, I have seen Detroit as no-go territory, a dead zone, a scary place. These views were fostered through the spectrum of sensationalized media, [...]

detroit
Posted On April 11, 2014 | No Comments

Words: Andrew Dubinsky Photos: Tara Noelle, Tyler Rumi, Andrew Dubinsky Until recently, I have seen Detroit as no-go territory, a dead zone, a scary place. These views were fostered through the spectrum of sensationalized media, [...]