by PETER WHEELAND
We should all take part in the global People's Climate March this month. This can't wait till we vote Stephen Harper out of office next year.
by LISA SPROULL
See our complete list of over 20 vernissages happening this week, plus closing and ongoing shows in the city's galleries and museums.
by BARBARA PAVONE
Where Laurier BBQ and its short-lived Gordon Ramsay rebrand once stood, a new restaurant does it up modern.
The World Press Photo exhibit proves that pros are pros, and everyone else is an amateur.
Listen to "Villes Infinies" by Ghislain Poirier's techno project, Boundary, from the new record, Still Life.
by ALEX ROSE
...feat. a Québécois detective played by a major Hollywood star. PLUS Al Pacino goes subtle in Manglehorn & more from TIFF.
The Boy Wonder leaves the director's chair for a minute PLUS I can't believe it's not Coens, Benicio Del Toro gets robbed & memories of Bleu Nuit at TIFF.
Our first non-douchebag celebrity sighting PLUS Swedish auteur Roy Andersson's latest baffling film and the babes of classic lit.
by SHAWN STENHOUSE
The once-great Canadian filmmaker continues to misplace his mojo with the dire child-abduction thriller The Captive.
A Montreal traffic rant goes viral, ex-mayoral candidate Mélanie Joly brings real change (to her own party) & more in our news round-up.
by Food Team
You've still got the whole weekend to get in on the eating and voting action at the event's 47 participating restaurants. Check out our reviews here.
Marjane Satrapi follows up Persepolis with a serial killer comedy starring Ryan Reynold (!) and more weird shit from day one of the Toronto International Film Festival.
by RISHI DHIR
Elephant Stone singer & sitarist to the stars Rishi Dhir interviews one of his '90s alt-rock heroes, Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs, who've released their first record in 15 years.
by DARCY MACDONALD
The Montreal rapper follows up his breakthrough 2012 LP Something You Feel with Acknowledgement, feat. a stack of 514 talent.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Cool local bands are launching records, '90s rock legends are coming to town, the best living soul singer plays Mile End & more.
Our hip hop column returns, just in time for a shit-ton of live rap & wicked parties this week, from the free outdoor action at OUMF to record launches by Eman x VLooper & Jai Nitai Lotus.
The Mile Ex music venue is reopening next week. Details inside.
A dispatch from day zero of Toronto's mega-fest, with reviews of new films by Jean-Marc Vallée, the Dardenne brothers and more.
* Secret Sun album launch
* On Colour vernissage at VAV Gallery
* Frank screens at the Phi Centre
* Christopher Owens plays Petit Campus
* GrandBuda previews his new EP at Cabaret Underworld
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