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It’s good to be horrible

Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis talk Horrible Bosses 2

24 November, 2014 No comments

Making something out of nothing

Ryan Hemsworth talks about his ongoing musical evolution during his recent tour

24 November, 2014 No comments
The stakes of a poem

U of T creative writing MA student Michael Prior talks to The Varsity in the wake of his Walrus Poetry Prize win

24 November, 2014
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TIFF, just what do you think you are doing?

Two students offer their take on TIFF’s ongoing Stanley Kubrick exhibition

24 November, 2014
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Theatre review: The Government Inspector

The Woodsworth Performing Artist Collective’s debut show draws laughs, shows promise

19 November, 2014
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The rise of Seaway

Ontario pop-punkers graduate from beer-soaked keggers to international tours

19 November, 2014
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Theatre review: Les Enfants Terribles

Featuring vibrant projections and puppetry, the UC Follies production more than does justice to its source material

19 November, 2014
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Bundling up in style

A guide to finding a reasonably priced coat for the cold Canadian climes

11 November, 2014
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Justin Simien on Dear White People

Writer/director of acclaimed film discusses crowd-funding, identity, and his next steps

10 November, 2014
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Associated, Episode 1

Associated is a bi-weekly podcast and film column created by The Varsity’s associate Arts & Culture editors, Daniel Konikoff and Jacob Lorinc.

10 November, 2014
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